We still live in a violent world – and the Bible can help children understand it.
A few of the ways violence may create even more violence.
As Australia is debating same-sex marriage a major civil right it is hard not to observe regression of LGBT rights in various countries.
Donald Trump seems to have a passion for cruelty, often publicly celebrating his investment in violence as a source of pleasure. Those tendencies represent symptoms of a broader American sickness.
What happens when outsiders step in with good intentions? As the crisis in Guatemala shows, it's complicated.
And yet it's still technically legal in the UK.
In Rio de Janeiro, a stray bullet kills or injures one person every seven hours.
The Dera Sacha Sauda episode has several important questions, mostly related to the crisis of spirituality and modernity in India today.
Melbourne neurosurgeon Dr Michael Wong was stabbed in a hospital foyer in February, 2014. He recalls his attack with painful clarity and calls for better protection for hospital staff.
It matters who a person drinks with and where.
There is no basis in customary, conventional international law or domestic law for the spouse of a head of state to claim - as a right - some form of immunity when visiting a foreign state.
Two genocide and mass atrocity prevention scholars argue Trump's response to the Charlottesville attack is a red flag.
It's important to understand the nature and extent of children's exposure to violence during general elections so they can be protected.
Universities have responded to the release of the Australian Human Rights Commission report into sexual assault and sexual harassment on campus with a ten-point plan.
A new report reveals that Australian universities are not as safe as they should be, and it's time they adopted strategies to fix the problem.
Thousands marched in silence against racial violence after a riot left hundreds of blacks dead and thousands homeless. The demands of black people in 2017 remain the same as they did in 1917.
Ending violence is only a first step. Research from Colombian universities sheds light on the role of education in peace-building.
In one bloody week in June, 181 Rio residents were shot, including a baby in utero. It's now impossible not to notice that city's once-lauded favela "pacification" strategy has all but collapsed.
Research is revealing that both families who have experienced adolescent family violence and those working with them feel the criminal justice system is not an appropriate way to respond to it.
Musicians who learned how to play through a state-funded program called El Sistema are taking their instruments to the streets to protest the government.