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Khmer Rouge Tribunal’s Achievements Threatened by Political Interference
Press Release
November 23, 2009
An Open Society Justice Initiative report calls on the UN and the court’s donors to ensure the Cambodian government does not attempt to interfere with judicial or prosecutorial decisions.
Combatting Violence Against Women in Southern Africa
OSI-New York
November 9, 2009
Cosponsored by the Open Society Institute and WITNESS, this discussion examines the role of the Southern African Development Community in ending violence against women in the region.
OSI-Baltimore Announces New Community Fellows
Press Release
November 9, 2009
Eight extraordinary social visionaries have been selected as Baltimore Community Fellows.
George Soros: Open Society, the Financial Crisis, and the Way Ahead
October 2009
Open Society Institute founder and chairman George Soros shares his latest thinking on economics and politics in a lecture series based on a lifetime of practical and philosophical reflection.
Georgia, One Year Later: Where Has the Aid Money Gone?
OSI-New York
October 20, 2009
This Open Society Institute forum analyzes the effectiveness and transparency of foreign aid disbursed to Georgia since the country's crisis with Russia.
OSI Statement on the Sentencing of Dr. Kian Tajbakhsh
October 20, 2009
The Open Society Institute is dismayed by the unjust imprisonment and draconian sentencing of Dr. Kian Tajbakhsh. We call for his immediate release.
OSI Statement on the Appeals Court Decision on Evgeniy Zhovtis
October 20, 2009
The Open Society Institute is deeply discouraged by the decision of the Kazakhstani appeals court to uphold the sentence of Evgeniy Zhovtis, a noted human rights defender.
Human Rights and Their Limits
OSI-New York
October 15, 2009
At this Open Society Institute event, Central European University professor Wiktor Osiatynski discusses how to balance human rights with democracy and other values.
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What Does It Mean to Be Stateless?
October 2009
Globally 15 million people are denied citizenship. The Open Society Institute presents a few of their stories—and ways that you can help.
Is America Really Post-Racial? A Screening of "New Muslim Cool"
Baltimore, MD
March 2, 2010
Featuring an interactive spoken word performance, film screening, and panel discussion, this event will examine the emerging worldview of a new generation of Americans.
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Moving Walls 16
This OSI photo exhibition is dominated by themes of conflict and its aftermath, including the effects of U.S. military engagement on Afghan and Iraqi people and returning American soldiers, revolution in Nepal, postwar Liberia, and—on a different note—Chinese investment in Africa.
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Open Society News: Eastern Europe—Where Do Open Societies Stand 20 Years Later?
Fall 2009
The stories in this issue of Open Society News serve as reminders of the frenetic energy and excitement that filled people as communism in Europe fell apart.
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