“Resilient” is not an adjective typically used to describe black men. The statistics facing African American males (and women) often seem insurmountable.
A unique arrangement could advance the strategic interests of both Turkey and the European Union—and, possibly, help end the impasse over Turkey's accession talks.
As it takes over the presidency of the Council of the European Union, Hungary intends to spend millions of euros to invest in archaic institutions that segregate people with disabilities away from mainstream society.
To function as a free society and to hold government and its leaders accountable, Haitians need media that conveys facts and the background to make sense of them.
When invited to attend a conference on improving the lives of black men and boys, I hesitated, not because of my lack of support for the issue but because of the memories I wanted to leave behind.
In this interview Ian Inaba, filmmaker and cofounder of Citizen Engagement Laboratory, explains how underrepresented constituencies can use new media to amplify their voices for social justice.
In this interview, Victoria Wigodzky of the Open Society Foundations talks about successes, setbacks, and lessons for grantmakers in Latin America.
Fighting cholera demands community involvement. How do you do this in a place where mistrust and violence make inhabitants fear speaking with one another?
Independent media and human rights groups can do little to prevent cyberattacks, according to a recent report, and should instead focus on mitigating harm from attacks when they do occur.
Even after almost half a century of military rule, the Burmese people still carry the torch for freedom. There is also hope because the world is watching the struggle in Burma with renewed interest.
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