A series of court rulings ensures hundreds of thousands of eligible voters will be able to exercise their rights at the polls this November.
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We are all bound to one another by our humanity. When that humanity is struck down in one place, we are all made more vulnerable.
The situations in Afghanistan and the United States are very different, but the emotions are universal.
On the heels of the Decade of Roma Inclusion, the Roma Integration 2020 initiative will differ from the preceding effort in key ways.
The United States discovered the true costs that civilian casualties had on its efforts in Afghanistan. It shouldn’t have to learn those lessons again.
In Croatia, protests stretching across the country voiced a clear call to reform an outdated education system. Now it’s time for the government to respond.
Mexico faces a deep national crisis of atrocity and impunity: extraordinary action is needed to address these crimes, and to strengthen the criminal justice system.
The country’s presidential election has been marred by loopholes, vague rules, and conflicting legal interpretations. Civil society is pushing for reforms.
Since outing herself on Croatia’s most popular TV show, Mima Simić has become a master at using the media to spread tolerance.
In our latest Talking Justice podcast, we explore whether the criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia achieved its goals.
By recognizing why people with addictions make the choices they do, policy makers can see the futility of punitive drug policies.