When Vasilis Tsartsanis noticed Syrian refugees arriving in his town, he decided to help them, an act of kindness that would change their lives—and his own.
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Roma students are often funneled into special schools, but a door-to-door initiative is supporting parents who want a mainstream education for their children.
Why Hispanic Heritage Month is a chance for Latino activists to make progress on criminal justice issues.
Pro-Brexit leaders claimed that by leaving the European Union, the UK could shore up the National Health Service. Instead, they may have imperiled it.
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.