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OSI offices and individual initiatives regularly organize forums and other events, often in tandem with grantees or other organizations.
OSI Forum: Photography as Advocacy?
OSI-New York
Mar. 29, 2004
Andrew Lichtenstein and Steve Liss discuss how they have used documentary photography to examine the social, political, and economic repercussions of the U.S. criminal justice system. more

OSI Forum: Paradise in Ashes
OSI - New York
Mar. 22, 2004
Anthropologist Beatriz Manz and Latin American specialist Alex Wilde discussed Manz's book about a Guatemalan village during the country's decades-long civil war. more
Roma Women’s Human Rights Workshop
Budapest, Hungary
Mar. 7, 2004
A workshop, jointly organized by the Network Women's Program and the European Roma Rights Center, that addressed a variety of issues concerning Romani women in Europe.  more
Trans-Atlantic Consumer Dialogue Workshop on Global Access to Essential Learning Tools
2004 OSI UK Conference
OSI Forum: Photography as Advocacy?
OSI Forum: Paradise in Ashes
Building Bridges Dinner Series: The Case of Thompson v. HUD
More Past Events
OSI Forum: Alternatives to Zero Tolerance School Discipline Policies
OSI Forum: Social Change through Online Organizing
OSI Forum: Zero Tolerance School Discipline Policies
Human Rights at the Margins: HIV/AIDS, Prisoners, Drug Users and the Law
Third International Conference on Urban Health
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