Campaign Celebrates Unsung Heroes Among Black Men and Boys Press Release August 1, 2011 A new campaign, supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Open Society Foundations, celebrates the stories of black men and boys as they lead others in strengthening their communities.
European Parliament Slams U.S. on Guantanamo Death Penalty Case Press Release June 9, 2011 The European Parliament called on the U.S. to give Guantanamo prisoner Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri a fair trial in accordance with international standards of the rule of law. The resolution comes on the heels of a case filed by the Open Society Justice Initiative.
The ICC's First Trial: Milestones Mixed with Near-Disasters Alison Cole August 18, 2011 BLOG After some six years of proceedings, the International Criminal Court trial of Thomas Lubanga is entering its final phase. The case has been marked by both milestones and near-disasters for international justice.
Open Society Stories 2009 March 2010 This brochure highlights recent Open Society Institute 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.