Why has there been so little criminal accountability for past killings, disappearances, and torture in the Mexican state of Guerrero?
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With raids, forced treatment, executions, and a declared state of emergency, Indonesia’s drug war is out of control. Now a group of academics is rallying against it.
Using music to help bring about positive change, the band Quetzal found a receptive audience among Havana’s LGBTI community.
A new report details gender disparities in the impacts of drugs and drug-related crime.
The achievement of the Equality March in Kyiv signals continued progress in Ukraine’s slowly thawing attitudes towards sexuality.
Against the odds, the Malaysiakini group has managed to turn a profit while maintaining its independent voice, but a crackdown on press freedoms threatens its success.
Africa’s fledgling human rights court has made its first substantial order of financial damages, in a case against Burkina Faso brought by the wife of Norbert Zongo, an investigative journalist murdered in 1998.
A new documentary details the many ways in which medical innovation prioritizes corporate interests.
Two days after the launch of an ad campaign questioning the war on drugs, the ads disappeared from Sao Paulo’s city buses.
Slovakia’s commitment to publishing corporate and government documents online has caught all of Europe’s attention—including the country’s old partner, the Czech Republic.
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