Full story - August 09, 2019
Indigenous
On Thursday, a special report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) highlighted the key role of traditional landholders and the importance for governments to recognize the land rights of those groups over the territory they inhabit and manage.
Full story - August 07, 2019
woman wearing sunglasses holds sign that says "abortion is ok"
What exactly does it take for a woman in Poland to access a safe abortion in Germany? A Facebook account and unwavering faith in strangers.
Full story - August 06, 2019
A woman carries belongings outside of a detention center in rubble
Detainees, mostly migrants from sub-Saharan Africa who got caught in Libya on their way to Europe, complain of hunger, disease and forced labor. Thuggish guards allegedly beat and flog and them, amid the chaos of Libya’s spiraling civil war. 
Full story - July 31, 2019
Rockstar man speaks into mic with red background of political message
Fresh faces new to politics make up over 80% of Ukraine’s next parliament —  the highest since breaking away from the Soviet Union, in 1994. 
Full story - July 29, 2019
Women in black hijab shop at market in Sanaa, Yemen
Targeted with arbitrary arrests and detentions in Yemen, women activists escape through Peace Track Initiative, a coordinated network of support that takes referrals on a case-by-case basis depending on the gravity of the threat. 
Full story - July 24, 2019
Two men pose in front of an old tree trunk.
Since 1974, the island of Cyprus has been divided by a ceasefire "Green Line" that separates the majority-Greek south from the Turkish-occupied north. Now, two friends from both sides of the divide are pressing olives for peace.
Full story - July 25, 2019
young journalist
Migratory Birds, which boasts a bimonthly circulation of 13,000, is one of the only refugee-led initiatives in Greece left still standing.
Full story - July 17, 2019
A man gardens on a small raised bed of plants.
In 2016, thousands of FARC fighters made peace with the Colombian government and moved to "transition villages" with plans to start over. Now they're fighting for their lives in rural villages where murder rates are skyrocketing and jobs are hard to come by.
Full story - July 17, 2019
Two men talk over lunch.
Some South Korean job seekers worry that the new amendment is all paper and no practice.
Full story - July 04, 2019
Government officials stand in a row on the street in front of bouquets of flowers.
For the last few years, French authorities have decided to double down on deradicalization efforts with strict assimilation methods and a “terrorism hotline” to report suspicious behavior — but there have been some major missteps along the way. 

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