Ghana’s government should shift to a community-based and voluntary approach to forest restoration and conservation
Family and friends provide nearly all the care needed by stroke patients after they leave hospital. Caregiving can be rewarding, but it can also be overwhelming and take a toll on caregivers’ health.
China has been very successful at crime control while South Africa has neglected rehabilitation and failed dismally at resettling ex-offenders.
Since the Games’ post-war beginnings, the Paralympics have become the second-largest mega-event in the international sporting calendar. Is the core purpose being lost?
People who lose their sight have to deal with not only the practical implications but their sense of identity.
Canada needs a better framework to understand and analyze the participation of women who marry ISIS soldiers — and find ways to hold them accountable
At the end of the 1925 movie ‘Red Kimono,’ the protagonist, Gabrielle Darley, throws away her garment and moves on to a better life. Real life is more complicated.
Darryn Frost continues to suffer from PTSD but insists we don’t forget why people were gathered near London Bridge on November 29.
The effective response to crime has always been a matter of debate. But evidence is mounting in favour of treatment and support, rather than punishment.
Governments must think very carefully before sacrificing the very human rights that give the state its identity and democracy.
I know first-hand the need for a rehabilitative rather than punitive system.
A portrait of Cefn Coed Hospital, which operated in Wales between 1932-2018, provides unique insight into life at a mental hospital.
Most Kenyan women were introduced into drug use by male sexual partners in their teenage years.
Residential drug rehab programs usually last for around eight weeks and include everything from counselling sessions to household chores, which help build connections and support between residents.
The absence of Indigenous Australians in rehabilitation services has created the belief they don’t want therapy. The reality is they want services which better meet their cultural needs.
A recent damning report on probation shows the need to reassess outsourcing by the public sector.
In a pilot program, older prisoners sentenced to life mentor younger prisoners who have a chance to lead productive, lawful lives when they get out. The focus is on healing trauma.
With more cases of women such as Shamima Begum expected, the UK is under legal obligations to protect the rights of any children involved.
Multidisciplinary rehabilitation teams could help cancer survivors to recover from the toxic side-effects of their treatments and return to their lives.
The British justice secretary’s proposal to make short prison sentences a last resort is the right idea at the worst possible time.