The new law, which bans homeless people from sleeping on Hungary's streets, has been criticised by human rights groups.
A new way of looking at Europe's emerging 'border zones'.
Openly is a new source of LGBT+ content, in a media environment where the topic is often under-reported and confined to niche or regional outlets.
The United Nations has labelled water as a human right.
Humanity is faced with a grave new reality – the rise of autonomous weapons. So what part should robots play in conflicts of the future?
Gender inequality is very real in 2018.
125 years ago today Aotearoa New Zealand became the first country in the world to grant all women the right to vote.
How can we confront the dark side of technological transformation and its impact on our security?
There is growing evidence that possibly hundreds of thousands of Central Americans have experienced forced internal displacement within their countries of origin before they emigrate.
Women in Canada and the United States face extraordinary difficulties in seeking the birth control method of sterilization. When going to medical professionals to ask about the procedure,...
Studies show period poverty is a particularly acute problem in Scotland, with some women reduced to using newspapers and socks.
It has native plants, a waterfall and a rock feature.
Sentience could open a gateway to a whole new type of robotic rights.
"Seeing sexuality or gender as a phase is not new. But for [many] young people, it comes as a result of misconceptions about their disability, sexuality and their age."
In England, the difference in life expectancy between the most and least deprived areas is around nine years for men and seven for women.