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Jun
24
2013
The Future of Intrastate Conflict in Africa: More Violence or Greater Peace? (audio)

Jakkie Cilliers of South Africa’s Institute for Security Studies discusses a report tracking emerging patterns of conflict and instability in Africa since the end of the Cold War.

Jun
19
2013
Chachipe Map Zagreb Exhibition

This exhibition features a selection of photographs from the Chachipe Map photography contest organized by the Open Society Foundations and OSA Archivum.

Location:

National and University Library, Hrvatske bratske zajednice 4, Zagreb, Croatia

Jun
18
2013
Film Screening: An Unreal Dream (Film Society of Lincoln Center)

This documentary explores the story of an innocent man who is exonerated after 25 years in prison for the murder of his wife.

Location:

Film Society of Lincoln Center, 70 Lincoln Square #4, New York, NY

Jun
17
2013
Racial Differences in Arrests: Are Community–Police Partnerships a Solution? (audio)

Join us for a conversation with two leading experts on race and community–police partnerships with Baltimore’s Lieutenant Colonel Melvin Russell and national scholar Dr. Phillip Goff.

Location:

Enoch Pratt Free Library, Wheeler Auditorium, 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

Jun
16
2013
Film Screening: An Unreal Dream (IFC Center)

This documentary explores the story of an innocent man who is exonerated after 25 years in prison for the murder of his wife.

Location:

IFC Center, 323 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY

Jun
13
2013
Civil Society and Human Rights in the United States (audio)

Open Society Fellow David Cole explores the role of civil society organizations in defending constitutional rights.

Jun
12
2013
Foreign Aid: Five Emerging Myths, Ten Facts, Five Steps Forward

Renowned humanitarian Dr. Paul Farmer will deliver a public lecture on lessons learned from three decades of foreign assistance delivery.

Location:

Central European University, Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower, Budapest, Hungary

Jun
10
2013
Restless Valley: Revolution, Murder, and Intrigue in the Heart of Central Asia (audio)

Award-winning journalist Philip Shishkin discusses his new book, an on-the-ground account of Central Asia’s unfolding history from 2005 to the present, in conversation with political scientist Alex Cooley.

May
31
2013
Live Law: “Breaking In”—Storytelling from the Legal Edge

Have you have you found a way to break in? Have you suffered a break-in? Come hear a night of lively personal stories from ex-lawyers, sword swallowers, former kids, and more.

Location:

The Greene Space, 44 Charlton Street (on the corner of Varick), New York City

May
22
2013
The Rios Montt Trial: Human Rights Accountability in Guatemala (audio)

A panel reflects on the recent trial and conviction of former Guatemalan dictator José Efraín Ríos Montt—the first time in history that a domestic court has found a former head of state guilty of genocide.

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