Drug Control, Criminalization, and Global Health OSI-New York October 26, 2010 AUDIO The Open Society Foundations and Human Rights Watch present a moderated discussion with UN Special Rapporteur Anand Grover on the issue of drug control and global health.
UNESCO Suspends Dictator Prize After Global Protest Press Release October 21, 2010 The Open Society Justice Initiative and its partners welcomed UNESCO’s decision today to suspend, indefinitely, the prize funded by and named after President Obiang of Equatorial Guinea.
An Institution Is Not a Home Tirza Leibowitz December 3, 2010 BLOG The right to live in one's own home community is denied to millions of persons with disabilities who have been segregated in institutions. Senada Halilcevic, a human rights advocate in Croatia, shares her experience of living in an institution and making her way out of it.
Change from Within: Three Stories from New Orleans August 26, 2010 VIDEO This short film features a community organizer, a public defender, and a journalist, working to rebuild their city through criminal justice reform, greater transparency, and arts and culture.
The Education of Migrant Children: An NGO Guide to EU Policies and Actions November 2010 This guide aims to improve understanding of EU policies, responsibilities, and funding mechanisms related to the education of migrant children within existing EU agendas on human rights, equal treatment, antidiscrimination, integration, social inclusion, and education and training.