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Open Society Institute Launches Campaign to Promote Black Men and Boys' Achievement
Press Release
June 12, 2008
OSI announces a new campaign to address the exclusion of African American men and boys from the economic and political mainstream in the United States.  more
Europe Must End Violence Against the Roma
Emma Bonino, Jan Marinus Wiersma and Andre Wilkens
June 4, 2008
Europe must find an effective approach to end racist violence against the Roma people once and for all, writes OSI-Brussels Director Andre Wilkens in this Financial Times article. more
Uganda AIDS Implementers Must Address Human Rights
Press Release
May 28, 2008
The HIV/AIDS Implementers’ Meeting in Uganda must address the widespread human rights abuses and lack of legal services fueling the country’s HIV epidemic, according to a new report released by the Open Society Initiative for East Africa and OSI’s Law and Health Initiative. more
Open Society Institute Announces Support for Victims of Cyclone Nargis in Burma
May 8, 2008
The Open Society Institute today called on Burma's military regime to lift restrictions on the movement of aid organizations in the wake of Cyclone Nargis. more
KatrinaMedia.org Wins Webby Award
May 6, 2008
Katrina: An Unnatural Disaster was named the best nonprofit website of the year in the 12th Annual Webby Awards.  more
OSI Launches Program to Challenge International Drug Policy
May 5, 2008
With a focus on public health and human rights, the Global Drug Policy program will engage and support efforts to analyze, challenge, and publicize the effects of the "war on drugs." more
OSI Grantee Honored for Courageous Refugee Work
May 2, 2008
Gistam Sakaeva, project officer at the Chechen NGO Reliance, an OSI grantee, was awarded the prestigious Voices of Courage award by the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children. more
OSI Forum: Zimbabwe Post-Election Climate
OSI-New York
April 15, 2008
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Speakers from Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights, Human Rights Watch, and the International Crisis Group discussed the current political and human rights situation on the ground, looked at potential outcome scenarios, and made recommendations regarding the various policy options available to resolve the crisis.  more
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Television Across Europe: Follow-up Reports
Spring 2008
EUMAP and OSI's Media Program are releasing a set of nine country updates for the publication, Television Across Europe, which will cover key developments since 2005-2006. more
Justice Initiatives: Pretrial Detention
Spring 2008
This publication by OSI's Justice Initiative looks at the global over-reliance on pretrial detention and examines the challenges of reducing and reforming its use. more
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Moving Walls 14
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The photographers in this OSI exhibition document issues including the devastating consequences of oil production in Nigeria, survivors of sex-trafficking in Moldova, the effect of rapid modernization on Turkey’s national psyche, the continued impact of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, and the aftermath of rape and genocide in Rwanda. more
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Women's Rights and Social Change in Chechnya
OSI-New York
May 5, 2008
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OSI's Russia Project and International Women's Program hosted a talk on women's rights and social change in Chechnya with Gistam Sakaeva, program officer at the Grozny-based women's NGO Reliance and a 2008 Voices of Courage honoree of the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children.  more
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George Soros
Founder and chairman of the Open Society Institute and Soros foundations network. more
OSI Statement on George Soros’s Political Activities
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