Mexican federal prosecutors must apologize to three indigenous women who were maliciously prosecuted and jailed—in a case that charts a new route to accountability.
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A ruling from France’s top civil court affirmed that the police are subject to antidiscrimination laws, and set the stage for a change in policing practices.
Advocates and politicians are working together to change the way the country does business.
By using the SDGs to update municipal best practices, advocates hope the UN’s goals can improve life in cities like São Paulo.
At a recent conference, ayahuasca, a psychoactive drink made from plants in the Amazon, was hailed as a bridge between cultures, communities, and generations.
Kate McGrew, coordinator at Sex Workers Alliance Ireland, explains how labor rights can protect sex workers in ways criminalization can’t.
U.S. law prohibits military aid to countries that use child soldiers, but a loophole allows the money to flow regardless.
A new tool monitors candidates’ vows―and puts their feet to the fire when they break them.
Efforts to kick-start the economy largely exclude small farmers, leaving the country dangerously dependent on imported food.
For over three decades, support for disenfranchised scholars has been a key endeavor of the foundations.
It is time to double down on support for a new generation of leaders of color.