Is the U.S. completely out of it?
Women in Myanmar are sharing stories about experiences with sexual abuse and their struggle to combat gender discrimination.
SheConnects is part of an ongoing effort to raise awareness about the opportunities created and threats posed by the internet from the perspective of women.
The persistence of economic inequality and of race as a fault line in our country have helped revive the debate on reparations for slavery, and given it new traction in the halls of Congress and the news media.
When you look at the horrid ruin we seem to have made of the planet, in spite of kind hearts and good intentions of most human beings, it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that some nefarious force has hijacked civilization, driving it towards ends that serve almost no one.
If we are serious about ending homelessness, we need to institute long-term solutions across all levels of government.
After verifying that the author of the massacre in El Paso over the weekend had announced his intentions on 8chan before killing 20 people, the site is now inaccessible.
A discussion about the manipulation of public opinion in Bulgaria and on the broader region.
Well-meaning interventions can unintentionally raise unrealistic expectations, fuel inequalities, strengthen patrimonialism, and commodify social relations.
How discovering an equation for altruism cost George Price everything. By Michael Regnier.
There needs to be more than one reason?
How widespread is tax evasion – and what does that imply for the true extent of inequality?
Words can be either mirrors, reflecting the world as it is; or prisms, which have the potential to amplify, but also distort.
The proposed changes will prevent further disenfranchisement and criminalization of historically marginalized students.
Many hard-working people in Alabama struggle with health problems that sap productivity, add household stress and get worse without timely care.
Baraka Mwau describes how the transition to ‘low-cost’ rental housing in Nairobi is unfolding.