Climate justice is about both where emissions come from and who suffers the consequences.
Research suggests punishing tax cheats can re-establish a sense of justice among the general public, so authorities should use their resources to ensure culpable offenders are held accountable.
Research shows white male voices tend to dominate climate discussions - this must change if we are to halt environmental destruction.
Women and girls in low-income countries are disproportionately likely to be affected by the plastic waste that’s flooding our planet.
Universities can ensure students in all disciplines are learning how to contribute to a world that they and future generations want to live in.
People wanted to use photography not only to document the aftermath of war and violence, but also to actively support peace.
Life prison sentences are getting longer and longer.
South Africa’s Constitutional Court should offer no apology for its split judgments.
Denying people the right to opt out of the traditional court system conflicts with the notion of customary law as a voluntary and consensual system of law.
Burkina Faso is still in the throes of chaos decades after the assasination of the charismatic president
Since the Roosevelt administration, it’s become standard to look for accomplishments in a presidency’s early months.
Unlike most politicians but typical of a negotiator, South Africa’s president has not put his plans on the table for public scrutiny.
The solution to a defective, sexist Criminal Code ban can be found in the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
In the wake of anti-Asian violence in North America, we need to demand accountability and not just stop after performing mental health check-ins.
Victim-survivors want to have their experiences heard and the wrong against them acknowledged — sadly, the opposite often occurs.
There are mounting calls for an inquiry into the allegations against the attorney-general. But our attention should now switch to the South Australian coroner.
The science behind today's petition to pardon Kathleen Folbigg has been peer reviewed. Here's what it says.
The Ghanaian media decides how the public understands proceedings from the Supreme Court.
Though hypocrites seemingly relinquish their moral authority, the trial against Socrates shows us that our favoritism for public figures is stronger than our judgments of their hypocrisy.
Although it’s failed to deliver democracy to citizens, Nigeria is not the collapsed and disintegrated entity which a 2005 US National Intelligence Council analysis predicted it would become by 2020.