United Nations

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Detroit's "unprecedented" shutoff of water utilities to city homes condemns residents to "lives without dignity," violates human rights on a large scale, and disproportionately impacts African-Americans, United Nations investigators declared Monday following a two-day inquiry. "Denial of access to sufficient quantity of water threatens the rights...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Climate change poses a global threat to human rights, underscoring the need for...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
The UN Security Council could receive a Palestinian draft resolution calling...