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OSI Forum: Update on the "Anti-Prostitution Pledge" and Its Global Impacts
OSI-New York
June 25, 2007
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OSI hosted an update on U.S. government attempts to require that anti-AIDS groups sign a pledge opposing prostitution or lose funding.  more
OSI Forum: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Funders Report Release
OSI-New York
June 21, 2007
Audio
The first-ever report on needs and resources related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender giving in the global South and East was the focus of this briefing sponsored by OSI's Sexual Health and Rights Project & U.S. Programs.  more
OSI Responds to Reports from Tehran on "Admissions" by American Citizen Dr. Kian Tajbakhsh
Press Release
June 6, 2007
The Open Society Institute dismisses reports of alleged admissions attributed to the scholar being held against his will in a notorious Iranian prison. more
OSI Forum: Central Asia's Energy Risks
OSI-New York
June 4, 2007
Audio
Charles Esser of the International Crisis Group examined the resources of three countries—Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan—and the dangers of mishandling them.  more
OSI Co-Launches Website Covering Charles Taylor Trial
Press Release
June 4, 2007
OSI and other rights groups have launched CharlesTaylorTrial.org, providing daily news and analysis of the war crimes trial of the former Liberian president. more
Call for Submissions: Decade of Roma Inclusion Photo Contest
June 1, 2007
The Open Society Institute cosponsors an international photography contest to present Roma people and culture beyond stereotypes.  more
OSI Names Human Rights Advocate as Director of International Women’s Program
Press Release
May 31, 2007
The Open Society Institute has appointed Maryam Elahi as the new director of the International Women's Program. more
Taking on Goliath: Civil Society's Leadership Role in Tobacco Control
May 2007
Using case studies from Kazakhstan, Moldova, Romania, and Ukraine, this OSI report aims to increase awareness of civil society's role in tobacco-control efforts and in improving public health. more
more news & announcements
Taking on Goliath: Civil Society's Leadership Role in Tobacco Control
May 2007
Using case studies from Kazakhstan, Moldova, Romania, and Ukraine, this OSI report aims to increase awareness of civil society's role in tobacco-control efforts and in improving public health. more
Improving Outcomes: Blueprint for a National AIDS Plan for the U.S.
May 2007
Published by OSI's Public Health Watch, this report offers several recommendations for progress against AIDS, including a renewed focus on the prevention and treatment needs of African Americans. more
more publications
Photography Exhibition: Moving Walls 13
OSI-New York
June 12, 2007
With Moving Walls 13, the Open Society Institute continues its support of engaged photographers who strive to bring attention to underreported issues such as Guantanamo detainees, China's industrialized landscapes, and immigrant life in Europe.  more
Photographs by Iraqi Civilians, 2004
Woodstock, NY
September 2, 2007
This OSI-supported traveling exhibit features images taken by Iraqi citizens in Baghdad and Falluja.  more
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Newsletters
OSI distributes email newsletters on a range of issues related to program activities around the world. more
George Soros
Founder and chairman of the Open Society Institute and Soros foundations network. more
OSI Statement on George Soros’s Political Activities
OSI Statement on Fraudulent Email
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