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My Pride and Hope for Haiti
Michele Pierre-Louis
January 25, 2010
Michèle Pierre-Louis, former Haitian prime minister and the Open Society Institute's director of reconstruction efforts in Haiti, writes in The Huffington Post that the country should be put back together not as it was, but as it should be.
OSI Statement on Iran's Blacklisting of International Organizations
January 5, 2010
The Open Society Institute is deeply troubled by the Iranian government's recent decision prohibiting cooperation with international organizations.
OSI Statement on Fraudulent Email
December 18, 2009
OSI has learned of several types of fraudulent email messages that have misappropriated the name of George Soros and/or the Soros Foundation to extract money or personal information from unsuspecting recipients. The Soros foundations network and OSI are in no way associated with or responsible for these messages.
Legal Groups Say Africa Should Not Create Its Own War Crimes Court
Press Release
December 17, 2009
In a submission to the African Union, the Open Society Justice Initiative said that extending the jurisdiction of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights would undermine justice and accountability on the continent.
Open Society Institute Recommendations for U.S. Detention Policy in Afghanistan
December 15, 2009
The Open Society Institute calls for a transparent, humane, and legitimate detention system that will give all individuals a genuine ability to contest their innocence and can accurately determine who should remain in detention and who should be set free.
Muslims Face Alarming Discrimination in Europe, Says Report
Press Release
December 15, 2009
Effective and sustainable measures are urgently needed at the city, national and EU levels to tackle religious discrimination, according to a report released today by the Open Society Institute’s At Home in Europe Project.
The Interrogator's Dilemma: Abuse, Accountability, and the Myth of the "Ticking Time Bomb"
December 7, 2009
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Open Society Fellow Matthew Alexander discusses shifts in U.S. policy on the interrogation of terrorism suspects and the importance of seeking accountability for the torture of detainees.
Open Society Institute Responds to Charges Against Dr. Kian Tajbakhsh
Press Release
November 26, 2009
The Open Society Institute is deeply dismayed by the charges of spying announced this week in Iran against Dr. Kian Tajbakhsh, an internationally respected scholar who is an American citizen. These charges are entirely without merit.
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What Does It Mean to Be Stateless?
October 2009
 INTERACTIVE  
Globally 15 million people are denied citizenship. The Open Society Institute presents a few of their stories—and ways that you can help.
The Cost of Conscience: The Hidden Challenges of Dissent in the Workplace
Center for American Progress, Washington, D.C.
February 11, 2010
Three distinguished Open Society Fellows discuss their experiences working inside large organizations with which they often had profound disagreements of conscience. This event will also be webcast.
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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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Muslims in Europe: A Report on 11 EU Cities
December 2009
This Open Society Institute publication presents an overview of the experiences of Muslim communities in select neighborhoods in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, Antwerp, Berlin and Hamburg, Copenhagen, Leicester and Waltham Forest–London, Marseille and Paris, and Stockholm.
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