Timap for Justice trains ordinary citizens to provide legal assistance in a country—Sierra Leone—where legal professionals are scarce.
Supplements to the article “Citizen Chronicles.”
A program in Alberta, Canada, showcases the way that people with disabilities contribute actively to their communities. Includes magazine extras.
There has been a renewed interest in traditional Indian spiritual practices by Native and other Americans alike.
Gender pay equity is higher in countries where women's involvement in advocacy and organizing efforts is more robust.
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Lawless violence in the developing world is a plague that undermines efforts to end extreme poverty.
Every year nonprofits and government agencies partner to help resettle the more than one million new immigrants to the United States.
Software from a group called Ultrasafe Ultrasound promises to make it harder to practice sex-selective abortion.
The saga of Molly Melching and Tostan, her Africa-based organization, illustrates the power of community-led change.
Ai-Jen Poo, cofounder and director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, is leading a movement of US home care workers.