Drug Control, Criminalization, and Global HealthOSI-New YorkOctober 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.
None of Us Were Like This BeforeOSI-New YorkSeptember 13, 2010 AUDIO
This Open Society Foundations panel discussion looks at how soldiers turned to detainee abuse and torture in the early years of the "war on terror," and the devastating psychological impacts that have followed them upon their return to the U.S.
Sex Trafficking Myths ReconsideredOSI-New YorkApril 13, 2010 AUDIOOpen 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.
Setting the Record Straight on Motherhood and Drug UseRebecca TolsonDecember 16, 2010 BLOG
Pregnant women who use drugs are demonized by lawmakers, the media and society despite little scientific proof of harm to their offspring. What they really need is access to evidence-based, compassionate and non-judgmental care.
Russians Demand Better Access to HIV TreatmentDaniel WolfeNovember 29, 2010 BLOG The Russian Ministry of Health has been on the defensive for the past few months, denying charges that it has failed to prioritize the needs of people with AIDS, resulting in widespread treatment interruptions.