Moises Naim of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace speaks with Open Society Foundations president Chris Stone about Naim’s book The End of Power.
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The Education from the Inside Out Coalition and the Open Society Foundations host a panel discussion on the societal impact of post-secondary education in correctional facilities.
The Sexual Health and Rights Project and the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health at the University of California, San Francisco, are convening the International Partnership for Advancing Transgender Health seminar on October 2 8, 2011, as part of the Salzburg Medical Seminars International.
Drawing on research by the Open Society Foundations, this forum examines the role that digital media can play in the development and strengthening of democratic societies.
The Open Society Foundations host a panel discussion on the impact of school discipline policies and the various initiatives underway to dismantle the School-to-Prison Pipeline.
The Open Society Foundations host a discussion on anticorruption successes and challenges in Nigeria.
The director of a leading Kyrgyz human rights organization will discuss the June 2010 violence in Kyrgyzstan and the role of civil society in the reconciliation process.
This film depicts the inspiring story behind the work of the Hilde Back Education Fund, which provides school fees and other assistance to bright and needy Kenyan students in secondary school.
Domestic workers are the largest group of workers excluded from labor laws and the right to organize. Listen to a panel of experts discuss the new Domestic Workers Convention, which aims to protect them from violence and abuse.
Rwandan president Paul Kagame has been hailed as a liberator and highly principled leader. But his post-genocide record tells a different story. A distinguished panel attempts to separate myth from fact.