Former Polish President Calls for Drug Law LiberalizationDecember 2010
Initiated by Krytyka Polityczna, an Open Society Foundations grantee, a number of prominent public figures, including former Polish president Aleksander Kwasniewski and sociologist Zygmunt Bauman, have called for liberalizing Polish drug laws.
A Rope and a PrayerOSI-New YorkDecember 16, 2010 AUDIO
The Open Society Foundations hosted a discussion on a book recounting an American journalist's experience in captivity in Afghanistan and Pakistan, and his wife’s struggle back home to free him.
Cambodia: A Quest for JusticeAsia Society, New York CityDecember 7, 2010 VIDEO
The Asia Society hosted a screening and panel discussion on the implications of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal.
Drug Control, Criminalization, and Global HealthOSI-New YorkOctober 26, 2010 AUDIOThe 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.
Kenya Needs a MirrorMugambi KiaiDecember 23, 2010 BLOG
Lately it appears that there is no Kenya except by name: There are just several tribes cobbled to live uncomfortably together without any feeling, empathy, respect or affection for each other.
The Log in America's EyeJames A. GoldstonDecember 21, 2010 BLOG
Many observers wonder at the apparent disconnect between American support for justice abroad and President Obama's determination to "look forward not backward" at home.
The Fight for LGBT Rights in KenyaSarah PrayDecember 20, 2010 BLOG VIDEO David Kuria of the Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya discusses recent statements by his country's prime minister calling for the arrest of gay men and lesbians.