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Beyond the Mountains
July 2004
This report highlights efforts by FOKAL, the Soros foundation in Haiti, to address the social, economic, and political problems that plague the Western hemisphere's poorest nation. more
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Local Governance Brief: Environmental Justice
Summer 2004
The Summer 2004 issue of the Local Governance and Public Service Reform Initiative's newsletter explores environmental justice—the fair distribution of environmental benefits and harms—in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.  more
OSI Forum: Children of Promise, Children of Incarcerated Parents
OSI-New York
June 15, 2004
Elizabeth Gaynes and Emani Davis discussed the work of the Osborne Association, the World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child, and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. more
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Justice in Cambodia
James A. Goldston
August 2, 2004
James A. Goldston, the head of OSI's Open Society Justice Initiative, discusses in an op-ed the lingering obstacles to prosecuting former Khmer Rouge perpetrators through genocide tribunals.  more
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