24 Feb 2010 - 15 Jun 2017
Conflict in Kyrgyzstan, oil, new jail construction, and data transparency: highlights from OSI Twitter feeds this week.
The World Cup is expected to boost South Africa's economy and create hundreds of thousands of jobs. But will it translate into improved livelihoods for the poverty-stricken 43% of the population, or aggravate already-existing frictions?
In this interview, Gelu Duminica of Impreuna discusses his organization's efforts to empower impoverished Roma communities to overcome discrimination in Romania.
Doctors in the United States are taught "First, do no harm." But what ethical and legal standards govern when a medical professional who works for the CIA is present when "enhanced" interrogation methods are applied to a detainee?
Posted in: Governance & Accountability, Health, Justice, Rights & Equality, United StatesTopics: CIA, doctors, human rights, international law, interrogation, medicine, Nancy Chang, torture
"You are in a country with no laws," rendition victim Khaled El-Masri was told by his U.S. captors in the Kabul prison known as the Salt Pit.
While the United States may not want to acknowledge how it tore Khaled El-Masri's life apart, European pressure may well compel the U.S. to finally come clean.
Take a closer look at the political, social, and physical landscape of Kyrgyzstan, and keep up to date on latest developments in the crisis.
Roma activists from Bulgaria, Hungary, Kosovo, Serbia, and Romania visited the United States to learn about African-American communities and their struggle for civil rights.
The gulf oil spill, the politics of the World Cup, and more: a few highlights from our Twitter feeds.
In 15 years of working to get people with mental disabilities out of institutions, or preventing them from ever having to enter them, I’ve become more ambitious. If we can get 10 people out, why...
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