This publication serves as a guide for those wishing to implement gender-responsive approaches and policies tailored for pregnant women who use drugs.
This submission argues that the Dutch government’s use of specialized high-security “terrorist” detention units has led to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
Throughout Central Asia and Eastern Europe, parents of children with disabilities are struggling against bureaucracy, ignorance, and neglect. To fix this, civil society must build more spaces for advocacy and collaboration.
When women are underrepresented in policymaking, the result can be seemingly neutral decisions which have a disproportionate—and negative—influence on women and girls. A new way of thinking about budgets may offer a solution.
When the Law Doesn’t Rule identifies seven ways in which political control is exerted over the judiciary, prosecution, and police in Serbia, and how systemic weaknesses in the exercise of the rule of law are being exploited.
Idén egyszerre volt a Nemzetközi Roma Nap és a magyar választás. Miközben több magyar politikus támogatja a faji felsőbbrendűséget, a romák egyenlőségük elérésnek eszközeként ünnepelték kulturális identitásukat. English
Recently, the National Congress of Chile passed a law to guarantee the rights of transgender people to change their name and gender in official records. The reverberations could affect the whole region. Español
Over 30 national and regional initiatives have been launched to prosecute mass atrocity crimes since the early 1990s. A comprehensive new survey looks at the lessons learned.
El Congreso Nacional de Chile aprobó una ley para garantizar los derechos de las personas transgénero a cambiar su nombre y género en los registros oficiales. Las reverberaciones podrían afectar a toda la región. English
U.S. Ambassador Donald Lu arrives in Kyrgyzstan at an unusual and precarious moment. But before he can get to work in support of Kyrgyzstan's drive to strengthen the rule of law, he'll need to address a lingering issue.
The Soros Foundation–Kyrgyzstan was established in 1993, just a year after Kyrgyzstanemerged as an independent state from the collapse of the Soviet Union.
To improve its foreign policy and national security decision-making, the United States needs a State Department and a national security workforce that reflects the diversity of its citizens.
This alternative publishing model brings the results of scholarly research to unprecedented numbers of scientists, patients, inventors, academics, and others.