A growing body of research shows that Western models of mental health don’t work for everyone. When it comes to care or policy, policymakers should first listen to those with lived experience of mental health challenges.
على الرغم من دورهم الأساسي المتزايد في الاقتصاد العالمي ، لا يزال العمال المنزليون في العديد من البلدان عرضةً للاستغلال وسوء المعاملة بصورة صادمة. لحسن الحظ ، فإن الحركة العالمية التي يقودها العمال تضغط من أجل التغيير. English
Using the EU’s landmark General Data Protection Regulations, James Farrar, founder of Worker Info Exchange, is fighting to ensure that Uber drivers have the data they need to ensure they’re being treated fairly.
With Omar al-Bashir no longer in power, the temptation to move beyond his regime’s crimes is understandable. But unless Sudan grapples with its past, it risks trading one corrupt dictatorship for another.
Open Society anuncia su primer grupo de Becarios Jóvenes de Puerto Rico, una nueva iniciativa destinada a desarrollar una generación de líderes dedicados a ayudar a Puerto Rico a reconstruir y recuperarse del huracán María. English
The war on drugs is better understood as a war on people. To stop this useless and unjust destruction, we must change how we think—and talk—about people who use drugs.
Voter turnout for Indonesia’s 2019 general elections was higher than ever. But so was the use of rhetoric dividing voters along lines of ethnicity and religion. Can the country avoid the “illiberal democracy” trap?
Despite their increasingly essential role in the global economy, domestic workers in many countries remain shockingly vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Thankfully, a global and worker-led movement is pushing for change.
Open Society announces its first cohort of Puerto Rico Youth Fellows, a new initiative aimed at developing a new generation of leaders dedicated to helping Puerto Rico rebuild and recover in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Now in its second year, the Fellowship supports artists and cultural producers working on migration and public space.
For the first time, the European Court of Human Rights has used the consequential phrase “ethnic profiling” in a ruling concerning a police action it considered discriminatory.