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February 18, 2004Expert to Speak About Links Between School Discipline and the Juvenile Justice System
February 16, 2004Soros Foundation in Haiti Responds to Police Disturbance
February 9, 2004Baltimore Foundations Help Non-Profits Develop Earned Income Ventures
February 9, 2004Future of Iraq's Air Industry in Doubt, Report Reveals
February 4, 2004Summer Program Reduces the Academic Achievement Gap for Low-Income Baltimore Students
January 28, 2004New Paper Offers Plan in Response to Huge Number of U.S. Prisoners Released Each Year
January 23, 2004OSI and UNDP Announce New Fund to Support Governance Reform in Georgia
January 22, 2004OSI Awards More Than $1.5 Million Nationwide to Winners of 2004 Soros Justice Fellowships
December 9, 2003Transitions Online and MDAP Release Article Series on Mental Health Care in Central and Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Union
December 5, 2003OSI Supports the Establishment of New Monitoring Board in Iraq; Calls for Vigilant Oversight
November 18, 2003Racial Disparities in School Discipline Deny Minority Students Equal Access to Education
November 14, 2003OSI Announces 2003 Winners of NYC Community Fellowships
November 12, 2003OSI Awards Nearly $500,000 in Fellowships to Baltimore-Area Residents Working with Disadvantaged Groups
November 6, 2003Open Society Institute Calls for Vigilant Monitoring of Iraq Supplemental Spending
October 22, 2003New Book Outlines How 9/11 Was Used to Undermine the Rights of Immigrants
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