Ethnic Profiling in the Moscow Metro June 2006 Riders on the Moscow Metro who appear non-Slavic are over twenty times more likely to be stopped by police than those who look Slavic, according to this report by the Open Society Justice Initiative, in partnership with JURIX and Lamberth Consulting. more
OSI Forum: Felon Disenfranchisement—Costs and Consequences OSI - New York June 20, 2006 Audio The Open Society Institute hosted a panel discussion to explore how mass imprisonment gravely impacts democracy and to highlight national campaigns underway to challenge it in courts, state legislatures, and communities across the United States. more
Op-Ed: Judgement in Phnom Penh Dina Nay and James A. Goldston June 26, 2006 To make the Extraordinary Chambers a success, the Cambodian government and the international community must address several major challenges, write Dina Nay of the Khmer Institute of Democracy and James Goldston of the Open Society Justice Initiative. more
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