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Georgia, One Year Later: Where Has the Aid Money Gone?
This Open Society Institute forum analyzes the effectiveness and transparency of foreign aid disbursed to Georgia since the country's crisis with Russia.
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Human Rights and Their Limits
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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A Question of Freedom
This Open Society Institute roundtable discussion features R. Dwayne Betts, author of A Question of Freedom: A Memoir of Learning, Survival, and Coming of Age in Prison.
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The Future of Family Detention in America
Cosponsored by the Open Society Institute and the American Civil Liberties Union, this forum discusses The Least of These, the acclaimed documentary about the T. Don Hutto immigrant family detention center in Texas.
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Transitional Justice and Liberia's Truth and Reconciliation Commission
OSI-New York
September 28, 2009
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Open Society Fellow Jonny Steinberg discusses transitional justice in Liberia and the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
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Combatting Violence Against Women in Southern Africa
OSI-New York
November 9, 2009
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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.
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What Does It Mean to Be Stateless?
October 2009
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Globally 15 million people are denied citizenship. The Open Society Institute presents a few of their stories—and ways that you can help.
Moving Walls 16
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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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