24 Feb 2010 - 15 Jun 2017
This week we tweeted about closing the digital divide, British Petroleum's new drilling prospects in the Caspian, superheroes who fight HIV, and more.
Despite much progress, more needs to be done by governments to support effective HIV prevention efforts, notably by stopping abuse and discrimination against socially marginalized populations.
Naomi Campbell is to be served a subpoena and compelled to testify in the war-crimes trial of Charles Taylor, about an alleged diamond gift she received from the former Liberian president in 1997.
The director of the Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama talks about why, as a resident of the deep South and a social justice advocate, he believes New Orleans is an important place for action and support.
A look at the changing face of German football, and how it might explain Germany's own challenges with integration.
Gina Womack of Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children, a grantee of the Open Society Foundations, talks about the organization and its work.
This week, Open Society tweets covered events in Osh, Kyrgyzstan, the importance of education, social media use in Kenya, and the UN's silence on forced sterilization in China. [blackbirdpie...
As he begins his review, the tactics General Petraeus should consider revising are not those tactics that General McChrystal put in place to protect civilians but those that continue to show...
The midpoint of the Decade of Roma Inclusion is an obvious time for governments to assess how far they have come in honoring their pledge to eliminate discrimination and close the unacceptable gaps...
The Open Society community's tweets this week cover protests in Lebanon, torture for petty crimes, sex workers' rights, and...
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