For the first time in history, 1 billion people live in a place where same-sex marriage has been legalized.
When the poor are accused of a crime, they often face the justice system alone and may be subjected to years of detainment and human rights abuse while awaiting trial. A new index hopes t...
Job creation in refugee camps isn’t a luxury. It’s a necessity explains Mohamed El Dahshan.
Richard N. Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, looks at the refugee crisis, and says the global community needs to do much more.
Professor Frank T. McAndrew looks at happiness and why we yearn for the 'good old days'.
A new report looks at slavery around the world.
Mabel van Oranje, Board Chair of Girls Not Brides, on ending child marriage.
Turkey has suspended the European Convention on Human Rights, but what does that actually mean?
A remake of "Wannabe” by the Spice Girls, featuring women and girls across the world, is aiming to raise awareness for the SDGs and gender equality.
Ten athletes will make up the first-ever Olympic refugee team, and they will march under the Olympic flag.
Nazir Wakil, an eye doctor from Syria, charts his journey to Germany, and his new life there.
We as multinational employers know we cannot control laws or cultures within any country. But we can control our workplace. Beth Brooke-Marciniak of EY on the role businesses can play pos...
About 3 million children and 14 million women collect water in sub-Saharan Africa, increasing their risk of sexual abuse, disease and dropping out of school.
Patnaree Chankij is a 40-year-old maid who lives in Thailand and happens to be the mother of a pro-democracy activist. Her son has been campaigning peacefully against Thailand’s repressiv...
Asia’s ambitions can only be fulfilled if governments pay the same attention to human rights as they do to economic growth.