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Drug Control, Criminalization, and Global Health
OSI-New York
October 26, 2010
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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.
Redistricting 2011: Mapping Political Power for the Decade
OSI-New York
October 14, 2010
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This preview and panel look at Gerrymandering, a documentary that sheds light on the typically opaque redistricting process in the United States and the many who attempt to manipulate it for partisan gain.
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The Way Forward for Turkey and the EU: A Strategic Dialogue on Foreign Policy
December 2010
This paper calls for a new, more effective channel for strategic dialogue to complement the accession process. Both Ankara and Brussels face urgent foreign and security issues that cannot wait.
Our Top 10 Blog Posts from 2010
Laura Brahm
December 22, 2010
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Elections in Nigeria, sex worker rights in Macedonia, Naomi Campbell in The Hague, and more: These were a few of our most popular blog posts of the past year.
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Soros Foundations Network 2008 Annual Report
This report highlights Open Society Foundations activities and achievements, with a special focus on work to address discrimination against minorities in a variety of countries.
Open Society Stories 2009
This brochure highlights recent Open Society Foundations activities, including supporting public health reform, advocating for fair distribution of natural resource riches, and improving the lives of Roma, immigrants, Muslims, and the developmentally disabled.
Moving Walls 17
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The documentary photographs in this Open Society Foundations exhibition show how power can be used as an impediment to transparency, a mechanism for social control, and a tool for oppression, while also acknowledging the strength and defiance of people who suffer as a result.
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