The state of California, United States, has allocated a huge part of its upcoming budget to children of all ages, including through funding universities, community colleges and kindergarten for four-year-olds.
In the decade since the Switzerland-based International Labour Organization adopted standards aimed at protecting domestic workers, 32 countries have improved their labour protection laws, like offering domestic workers equal protections.
The city of Palermo, Italy, welcomed a conference reuniting 33 European cities which are all willing to take in more refugees and migrants, thus exposing their common vision of a more welcoming Europe.
The United States Department of Interior has returned a protected area back to the Indigenous tribes it once belonged to: the 18,800-acre National Bison Range located in the state of Montana.
The government of Iran has made some reforms to make sure all migrant children, legal and undocumented ones alike, can attend school and thus have access to a proper education.
The new President of Tanzania goes forward with her decision to allow young girls to resume their studies after giving birth, and pregnant teens to stay in school, a positive news for female education.
By not meeting its climate targets, a Brussels court ruled that Belgium has committed a human rights’ violation, as the country hasn’t taken all the necessary measures to prevent the detrimental effects of climate change on its citizens.
Some 26,000 people who live in Hawaii, United States, achieved a victory since it is no longer legal to pay disabled people less than the minimum wage.
The Passamaquoddy tribe has bought back its ancestral island, located off the coast of Maine, United States, 160 years after being cast out from it, thus regaining a piece of land loaded with sentimental value and spiritual importance.
Statistics over the last three decades are showing just how much Bangladesh has progressed economically - with 24 million people lifted out of poverty! - as well as on the human development front.