Open Society Fellowship
Debating the “War on Terror”: Two Appraisals of Obama, Human Rights, and Counterterrorism Policy
A spirited debate on the Obama administration’s record so far in the War on Terror and the role of human rights groups in curbing the worst abuses. Moderated by Charlie Savage of the New York Times.
A Photographic Look at Access to Justice in Pakistan
Open Society Fellow Asim Rafiqui shares insights gleaned from his photographic exploration of police reform and access to justice in Pakistan.
Litigating Surveillance in American Courts
Open Society Fellow Jameel Jaffer discusses the US government’s broad and largely secret campaign of surveillance in the name of national security.
The Global Sexuality Frontier
Open Society Fellow Mark Gevisser reports on his research into the global revolution of ideas that is changing how people think about gender identity and sexual orientation.
Miners and Loggers, Poachers and Pirates: Understanding Illicit Economies
In this provocative discussion, Open Society Fellow Vanda Felbab-Brown brings fresh and unexpected insights to the study of seven illicit economies.
Litigating the Drone Program in American Courts
Open Society Fellow Jameel Jaffer discusses legal challenges to the US government's drone program and its refusal to release more information about it.