- Published on Sunday, 16 April 2017 13:45
- Written by editor
In this week’s takeover of Open Society’s Instagram feed, photographer Emmanuel Guillén Lozano documents violence and the failed war on drugs in Mexico.
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The day after Donald Trump’s election, activists around the country mobilized to help people obtain or update their passports. The scramble reflected a serious concern for trans and intersex people: in many places, it remains nearly impossible to obtain legal documents that match their gender identities. Without them, trans and intersex people are particularly vulnerable to suspicion and harassment when crossing borders. Opponents of progressive gender recognition laws argue that they undermine national security and increase the risk of ID fraud. But there are ways to address these risks without violating human rights.
An independent commission helped advance a long-running drive to shutter the notorious New York City jail complex on Rikers Island. What happens next?
Migration & Asylum
NGO search and rescue missions in the Mediterranean are a necessary moral response to a continuing humanitarian tragedy.
Despite facing unprecedented crises today, Roma communities can draw on their collective strength and shared history to wrest control of their own futures.
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