This discussion focuses on the selection and vetting of United Nations peacekeepers, and how to ensure perpetrators of grave human rights violations are excluded from selection.
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This series of debates will be devoted to issues raised by illicit drugs and global and national policy responses.
Auditorium, Central European University, Nador u. 9, Monument Building, Budapest, Hungary
The University of Predlice project refers to a fictional university in the town of Predlice in the Czech Republic, home to a large Roma minority.
National Gallery of Prague
The Open Society Foundations host a conversation with Daniil Kislov, editor-in-chief of Fergananews.com, and Muzaffar Suleymanov, from the Committee to Protect Journalists, on the situation for journalism in Central Asia.
The VERZIO DocLab is a four-day workshop for documentary filmmakers and independent producers, who are working on projects on minority, immigration, social justice, human rights and Roma issues.
OSA Archivum, (1051 Budapest Arany János utca 32)
Requiem for Auschwitz, a requiem for all the victims of the Nazi-regime composed by Roger Moreno Rathgreb will be performed by a professional orchestra and choir in several European states.
Rudolfinum Concert Hall, Prague
Since 1909 the international community has worked to eradicate the abuse of narcotics. A century on, the efforts are widely acknowledged to have failed, and worse, have spurred black market violence and human rights abuses.
London School of Economics: Old Theatre, Old Building
The exhibition Lingua Franca/Франк тили of the Central Asia Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale will be presented for the first time in Central Asia.
National Fine Arts Museum, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
The Open Society Foundations host a discussion about the recently released paper “U.S. Military Aid to Central Asia: Who Benefits?” on U.S. military aid in Central Asia.