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Ethnic Profiling in the European Union: Pervasive, Ineffective, and Discriminatory
May 2009
Pervasive use of ethnic and religious stereotypes by law enforcement across Europe is harming efforts to combat crime and terrorism, according to this report released by the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Addressing Ethnic Profiling by Police
May 2009
This Open Society Justice Initiative book reports on strategies for improving police-community relations by increasing the fairness, effectiveness, and accountability of police stops in Bulgaria, Hungary, and Spain.
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OSI Forum: After Mandela and Mbeki—The Future of South Africa
OSI-New York
May 27, 2009
The Open Society Institute, together with The Nation magazine, hosted a conversation on the politics of South Africa following that country’s presidential elections.
Two OSI-Supported Films on Afghanistan Premiere at Human Rights Watch Festival
May 6, 2009
The Open Society Institute is a presenting partner of two films at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival from June 11 to 25 in New York City.
Several OSI initiatives distribute email newsletters on a range of issues related to program activities around the world.
Soros Foundations Network 2007 Annual Report
A comprehensive look at OSI's 2007 efforts on issues ranging from human rights, to access to education, to freedom of information, to public health.
Open Society Institute: 2008 Selected Stories
This brochure features selected stories from 2008 about the efforts of Open Society Institute grantees as well as larger issues and policies OSI is working to improve.
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