The way officials measure a person's vulnerability could undercut the long-term success of refugees.
The experiences of tight-knit neighborhoods in Mozambique suggest that strict belt-tightening often frays a nation's social fabric.
Las familias en proceso de adopción a menudo entran en pánico al verse obligadas a adecuar sus casas y sus vidas para una inspección que satisfaga requerimientos no escritos, que no necesariamente contribuyen a que los niños y niñas se incorporen a una familia que los recibirá con amor.
A forensic anthropologist explains why the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's use of X-rays to determine the age of asylum-seekers is wrong, legally and scientifically.
Prospective parents often panic about the suitability of their homes, staging their lives and houses for inspection to comply with a host of unwritten rules. Very little of this helps get children into loving families.
Many of us will never see a glacier, but we should all take responsibility for trying to halt their disappearance.