What happens when the smokescreen clouds everything?
Hiding investigations crucial for the Rule of Law behind ones that undermine that rule.
I’ll tell you who the next president of the U.S. will be.
Many Trump supporters don’t care to understand anyone else. That’s the reason why we have such discord in this nation.
Indonesians were surprised when Para Wijayanto, leader of the Jema’ah Islamiyah (JI) terrorist network, was arrested earlier this month. The Southeast Asia terrorist network, responsible for the 2002 Bali bombings, is still alive and kicking.
Guerrilla Translation (GT) began its life as an activist translation collective of politicised, conscious translators. Our motivation is to create a plurilingual knowledge commons, accessible through GT’s websites (English and Spanish so far). But GT is also a translation/language agency offering a variety of communication services and its governance model ties these two facets together.
Indonesia’s president-elect delivered his victory speech in Sentul, West Java, on July 14 2019.
Research and policy ideas shared at Africa Evidence Week in Accra, Ghana.
Since we reported on it last year, the popularity of the Friendship Bench project has soared. Anna Lewis caught up with Dixon Chibanda – the pioneer behind the work – to see how it’s spreading across the world.
How can we work together for a truly democratic society?
Public Knowledge believes that simply repealing Section 230 would be a mistake.
While governments regularly decry terrorism as ineffective, the terrorists themselves have an abiding faith in their violence, and for good reason. Theirs is a trade and they learn it from one other.
‘Taiwanese court should take Vietnamese human rights situation into consideration’
Indigenous groups have begun harnessing technology as a pivotal tool for change.
An answer for everything.
It’s time to choose what America we want to be, and to stand up and fight like hell for it.