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Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

Georgians are flooding the street night after night to protest Russian power over its politics as hopes of a European future begin to fade.

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Australians might think their right to march in the streets is constitutionally guaranteed, but it isn’t.

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Early intervention and external oversight are two effective ways to keep police behaviour in check and nip problems in the bud.

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People’s moral reasoning involved making sense of who the agents and victims are and their perceived intentions.

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To ensure police accountability, there needs to be multiple, transparent bodies involved, each with distinct roles and with the public interest at heart.

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After separating from the military, Indonesia’s police still struggle to gain public trust. Have they missed their best chance of winning over the people?

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Forensic psychology – the practice of psychology in the justice system – offers a way to address Malaysia’s issues with police violence.

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Trust in police forces varies enormously around the world. In many countries, trust has slipped since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Incidents of police violence and misconduct are becoming far too common. The question is; who should do the investigating? And what should that look like?

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Despite having the law on their side, people who attempted suicide in India are continually harassed by authorities and don’t receive appropriate help.

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Reforming the Indonesian police needs to be driven from the bottom up by civil society groups.

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