Solve Kashmir First OSI-New York June 30, 2010 Basharat Peer, Pankaj Mishra, and other distinguished panelists discuss the origins of the Kashmir crisis and its hidden role in other regional conflicts.
Sex Trafficking Myths Reconsidered OSI-New York April 13, 2010 AUDIO Open Society Fellow Noy Thrupkaew offers an assessment of the successes and failures of U.S. trafficking policy since the creation of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act 10 years ago.
Zackie Achmat Zackie Achmat will write a memoir about his remarkable life as an activist in South Africa.
Matthew Alexander Matthew Alexander is a former U.S. Air Force interrogator who will write a new field manual based on humane, effective interrogation techniques.
Elizabeth MacKenzie Biedell Elizabeth MacKenzie Biedell, a former intelligence analyst, will explore how American presidents use classified information as they lead the nation to war.
Richard Cizik Richard Cizik is an evangelical leader who will bring religious activists, scholars, and policy-makers together to address key political challenges.
Basharat Peer Open Society Fellow Basharat Peer is writing a book about India's Muslim community.
Eric Stover Open Society Fellow Eric Stover will examine how well war crimes tribunals serve victims of mass violence.
Marcy Westerling Open Society Fellow Marcy Westerling is a community organizer who will map progressive infrastucture in rural areas.