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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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.
This conference is designed to bring together a range of institutions and representatives to critically debate the effects of privatization on education quality, equity, effectiveness, and efficiency.
Johannesburg, South Africa
The Campaign for Black Male Achievement co-hosted a panel on the future of social innovation—a conversation about social entrepreneurship, new sources of capital, and careers that change the world.
Open Society Foundations
Join us for a screening of documentary The House I Live In about America’s failed war on drugs, followed by a discussion with Eugene Jarecki and Judge Andre Davis. David Simon will introduce the film.
The Charles Theater, 1711 North Charles Street, Baltimore
This outdoor exhibition presents photos from the Chachipe Map contest, reproductions of paintings by contemporary Hungarian Roma artists, and the work of young Roma artist Tibor Balogh.
Szabadság tér, Budapest, Hungary
Room Luxembourg, Science Atrium, Rue de la Science 14b, 1040 Brussels