A Nyílt Társadalom Alapítványok elítélik a Magyar Országgyűlés által megszavazott törvényt, amely büntetőjogi szankciókkal sújtja azokat, akik menekülteknek és bevándorlóknak nyújtanak segítséget. English
Syrian refugee children—now living in uncertain conditions in multiple countries—are in dire need of both educational and psychological support. A new and unique partnership is trying to help.
The Open Society Foundations condemn the Hungarian parliament’s passage of a law that threatens to impose criminal penalties for those offering support to refugees and migrants. Magyar
While many police officers in Belgium recognize that ethnic profiling is real and harmful, acknowledging the problem is only the beginning. It’s time for law enforcement to move beyond words and make concrete policy changes.
The real crisis around migration is in Europe’s poor response to irregular migrants and asylum seekers, including the EU’s ability to keep people safe and secure. MagyarItaliano
Crediamo che la migrazione umana sia una delle maggiori prove che il mondo globalizzato deve affrontare. EnglishMagyar
Russia’s campaign to impose nationality on the annexed territory has led to the sometimes violent suppression of ethnic identity, according to a new report.
Following a catastrophic hurricane and an inadequate government response, a group of mayors forged a connection to offer support, trade expertise, and together build a better future for Puerto Rico.
While the new rules governing how large tech companies use people’s data are a step in the right direction, more must be done in order to rein in the excesses of “surveillance capitalism.”
The European Parliament’s recognition of black Europeans’ contributions and structural disadvantages was overdue and welcome. But policymakers and civil society must keep working to build a more inclusive European future.
A ruling from the European Court of Human Rights requires Romania to finally acknowledge that it hosted a secret CIA prison on its territory between 2003 and 2005.
Same-sex spouses who married an EU migrant in an EU country must now be recognized as having the same rights as opposite-sex spouses across all 28 member states.
At a moment when hate speech is on the rise, Nadine Strossen’s timely new book presents powerful arguments about how to best protect both freedom and equality.
A nonviolent movement against Armenia’s longtime strongman ruler has convinced him to step down, opened a new chapter in the country’s political history, and sent a message to would-be autocrats throughout the world.