Muslims in the UK: Policies for Engaged Citizens November 22, 2004 A report by OSI's EU Monitoring and Advocacy Program argues that greater government recognition of British Muslims' needs is required to tackle the disadvantage, deprivation, and discrimination that this community faces. more
OSI Forum: Undivided Rights OSI-New York December 14, 2004 A forum celebrating the release of the book Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice, by OSI Independent Project Fellows Marlene Gerber Fried and Jael Silliman, with Elena R. Gutierrez and Loretta Ross. more
Students from Inner Cities Find Power at the Podium Stacy A. Teicher October 19, 2004 In just seven years, 16 urban debate leagues have been established, bringing roughly 280 schools into a competitive realm long dominated by their better-funded suburban and private counterparts. more
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