As authorities begin clearing France’s largest informal refugee camp, a photo series explores the “jungles” created by Europe’s dysfunctional migration policies.
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Any serious conversations about reducing the prison population must include a debate about the need to redefine violent crime.
A new study shows how sex workers are made more vulnerable by police seizures of condoms as evidence of illegal activity.
Instead of finding protection and relief on European soil, refugee women and children have been trapped in makeshift camps—some of which resemble prisons—without access to adequate food, sanitation, water, or safety.
The murder of Eudy Simelane, the South African national football star, illustrates the contradictions that define life for LGBTI people in Africa.
A Supreme Court justice’s arguments make for powerful reading, given the troubled state of relations between the police and African American communities across the country.
The wave of race-based crime unleashed by the Brexit vote is the result of societal intolerance cultivated by British leaders for years.
An app that records how young people experience violence could help make their world more secure.
A series of court rulings ensures hundreds of thousands of eligible voters will be able to exercise their rights at the polls this November.
An initiative aims to help marginalized groups cooperate—and learn from each other.
The election in Zambia—a country with 25 years of peaceful democratic consolidation—is a chance for the EU to show it still has serious clout as a foreign policy actor.