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Ideas for an Open Society: From Abu Ghraib to America
October 2004
Soros Justice Fellow Judith Greene explores the similarites between abuses in Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison and human rights violations in U.S. detention facilities. more
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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
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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Zimbabwe’s Despot Watches His People Starve
Aryeh Neier
August 17, 2004
In an International Herald Tribune op-ed, OSI's president urges increased international pressure on Robert Mugabe, whose racist and demagogic policies are killing large numbers of Zimbabweans. more
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