Public Opinion Survey of California Ethnic Groups February 24, 2004 According to a multilingual poll funded by OSI and the JEHT Foundation, California ethnic groups support alternative sentencing and other reforms to a system they believe favors the rich and powerful. more
A Crucial Case for the International Criminal Court James A. Goldston and Chidi Anselm Odinkalu Feb. 27, 2004 In an opinion piece in the International Herald Tribune, the Open Society Justice Initiative's executive director and senior legal officer for Africa argue that international perceptions of the ICC’s credibility will be affected by the way its prosecutor handles the Uganda case. more
Openings for Framing a Progressive Foreign Policy January 2004 Advocates of progressive alternatives to current U.S. foreign and national security policy face a series of opportunities to get a better and broader hearing for their issues, according to new research sponsored by OSI and conducted by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research. more
OSI Forum: A Hundred Little Hitlers OSI-New York Feb. 2, 2004 Elinor Langer, a former OSI Individual Project Fellow, discussed her recently published book about the murder of an Ethiopian immigrant by white skinheads in Portland, Oregon in 1988. Also on the panel were Todd Gitlin, a writer who focuses on culture and politics, and OSI President Aryeh Neier. more
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