ScholarForum: Corruption and Governance
The fall 2011 issue of the journal of the Open Society Scholarship Programs showcases essays from grantees and alumni on the controversial issue of corruption and on the diverse and ancient lands of the Caucasus.
Open Society Voices
The director of IDENTOBA, an Open Society grantee working in Georgia, speaks frankly about the barriers faced there by the LGBTQI community.
A new report reveals the scale executions for drug-related offences around the world and drug policy’s importance in the international debate on capital punishment.
Student Sergio Mabasso wants to take the agricultural skills he has honed at EARTH University back to his community in Mozambique so his neighbors can feed their families.