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OSI Commentary on Disturbances Affecting Haiti and the Local Soros Foundation
George Vickers, OSI's regional director for Latin America, provides an update about ongoing civil strife in Haiti and the situation of the Fondation Connaissance et Liberté. more
OSI Awards More Than $1.5 Million Nationwide to Winners of 2004 Soros Justice Fellowships
The 22 Soros Justice Fellows include distinguished scholars, journalists, the longest tenured death row inmate to be freed, advocates, lawyers, and community leaders—all working to restore fairness and discretion to the U.S. criminal justice system.  more
OSI Statement on U.S. Campaign Finance Reform and Independent Organizations
Official OSI statement regarding its role and the role of George Soros in ongoing debates over campaign finance reform legislation in the United States. more
OSI Condemns Takeover of Moscow Foundation
Official OSI statement in response to the takeover of OSI-Russia by an armed group of 40 individuals on November 6, 2003.  more
Soros Foundations Network 2002 Annual Report
A comprehensive survey of the activities and funding priorities during 2002 of all OSI initiatives as well as the Soros foundations network.  more
U.S. Programs 2002 Annual Report
A comprehensive survey of the activities and funding priorities of OSI's U.S. Programs during 2002. more
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United States
For information about OSI's U.S. Programs:
Amy P. Weil
Media Officer

For information about the Soros foundations network and OSI’s work outside the United States:
Sarah Miller-Davenport
Keeping Secrets: America and Iraq’s Public Finances
October 20, 2003
A report from OSI’s Iraq Revenue Watch project that concludes that Iraq’s public finances have so far fallen short of international standards of accountability. more
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Lost Liberties: America in the Age of Ashcroft
New York, New York
Oct. 16, 2003
A panel of experts discussed and celebrated the publication of two new books that provide the first comprehensive overview of civil liberties in post-September 11, 2001 America. more
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