U.S. President Donald Trump told Republican lawmakers on Tuesday he would back either of the immigration bills making their way through the House of Representatives.
The desperate tweets of a Syrian man trapped in Kuala Lumpur airport are underscoring how displaced people are using technology to ensure their voice is heard.
Global peace has declined for the fourth year in a row contributing to an increase in displaced and stateless people.
South American countries are accelerating their LGBTI policies.
While several countries still battle stigmatization and persecution, here are some of the ways LGBTI rights have inched forward this year.
Tackling discrimination in the markets in which they operate helps companies build public trust and contribute to one of the key human rights struggles of our time.
The mayor of Castelvolturno, a coastal town north of Naples, said a gay rights group had won permission to turn a three-storey building into a centre for LGBT people.
It will join a small number of countries, including Britain and Canada, where the lack of consent in sex, even without violence, is enough to constitute a crime.
Despite its popularity in almost every field, AI still harbors human biases.
The modern world should look closely at the collapse of the Weimar Republic.
The men will receive $1 each, but the police will help fund a programme for public school students and Starbucks has offered them the chance to complete their undergraduate degrees.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum has opened in Montgomery, Alabama.
The influence of religion on politics in the two countries plays a key role.
Three days after announcing censorship of gay material, the platform has reversed the decision after protests.
"It’s not just a problem for technology to solve – although new technologies can enable identity inclusion - but requires a broader effort."