Disorder, Negligence and Mismanagement October 1, 2004 Recent audits expose serious failures in American oversight of Iraq's revenues and U.S. reconstruction funds, according to a report by OSI's Iraq Revenue Watch project. more
OSI Forum: Blakely, the Kennedy Commission, and Beyond The National Press Club, Washington, D.C. September 14, 2004 In the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court decision that has called into question the constitutionality of the federal sentencing guidelines, and many state laws, OSI's Watching Justice project and the Constitution Project hosted a panel discussion on the future of U.S. sentencing policies. more
OSI Statement on International Lottery Scams September 8, 2004 The Soros foundations network and OSI are not associated with or responsible for an email fraud that has misappropriated the trademarked name “Soros Foundations Network” in service of a purported “lottery.” more
Turkey in Europe: More than a Promise? September 6, 2004 A report, released by the OSI-supported Independent Commission on Turkey, that examines the challenges and opportunities presented by Turkey’s possible membership in the European Union. more
Open Society News: Shedding Light on the Fight against HIV/AIDS and TB Spring-Summer 2004 The spring-summer 2004 issue of OSN, the Soros foundations network newsletter, describes the challenges and evolving approaches to providing care and compassion to those living with HIV/AIDS as well as members of marginalized groups at risk for HIV infection, such as prisoners and drug users. more
Moving Walls 9: A Group Photography Exhibition Six series are presented: four focus on war and its aftermath (in Afghanistan, Colombia, Iraq, and Israel/Palestine), one concerns low-income U.S. mothers, and one profiles a boy's journey from Honduras in search of a better life. more
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