Open Society grantees discuss the context of racially charged troubles in Ferguson, Missouri, and current prospects for change.
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Open Society Fellow David Cole explores the role of civil society organizations in defending constitutional rights.
Renowned humanitarian Dr. Paul Farmer will deliver a public lecture on lessons learned from three decades of foreign assistance delivery.
Central European University, Nador u. 9, Faculty Tower, Budapest, Hungary
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.
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.
The Greene Space, 44 Charlton Street (on the corner of Varick), New York City
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.
Two panels reflect 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.
The Open Society Foundations’ Washington office hosts a discussion about a new report by Corruption Watch that exposes massive corruption in Angola.
As the world moves toward a discussion on drug policy at the United Nations General Assembly in 2016, renowned experts will discuss whether the current international drug prohibition regime represents a failed policy.
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary