The US government has deported people to face abuse and even death in El Salvador. The US is not solely responsible—Salvadoran gangs who prey on deportees and Salvadoran authorities who harm deportees or who do little or nothing…
Reader Advisory: This report contains graphic descriptions of traumatic experiences, often affecting children.
Intersex people in the United States are subjected to medical practices that can inflict irreversible physical and psychological…
Elena G., a tall 16-year-old girl, lives in a mobile home in eastern North Carolina with her mother, three sisters, two brothers, and nephew. Since she turned 12, she has spent her school summer vacations working long hours as a…
Climate change is here with us. We cannot stop it. The only way is to see how to work around it.
-- Peter Ekai Lokoel, Deputy Governor Turkana, September 2014
Over the past century, the average annual temperature on earth has…
The "Stamp of Guantanamo"
The Story of Seven Men Betrayed by Russia's Diplomatic Assurances to the United States
to the US government
to the Russian government
"No Blood, No Foul"
Soldiers' Accounts of Detainee Abuse in Iraq
Force 20/121/6-26/145 Camp Nama, Baghdad
Operating Base "Tiger," near al Qaim, Iraq.
By the Numbers
Findings of the Detainee Abuse
and Accountability Project
Punishments: Verdicts and Sentencing
Liability Under the Command Responsibility Doctrine
Non-judicial Hearings and…
Accounts of Torture of Iraqi Detainees by the U.S. Army's 82nd
Note on Presentation of the Soldiers' Accounts
Account of Sergeant A, 82 Airborne Division