People around the globe are so dependent on the internet to exercise socioeconomic human rights such as education, health care, work, and housing that online access must now be considered a basic human right, a new study reveals.
Internet access must become a human right or we risk ever-widening inequality, argues researcher
Social service systems struggle to successfully engage with men as parents. A new book co-authored and co-edited by Georgia State [...]
Sperm and egg donors who assumed they would remain anonymous have been tracked down by their children using DNA tests, [...]
Black and Asian people can suffer prejudice and insults from members of their families with lighter skin, says researchBlack and Asian people with darker skin shades can be the subject of prejudice and insults from lighter skin members [...]