Open Society Fellow Chris Soghoian explains the ominous implications of widespread government surveillance.
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Author Eyal Press and Open Society Foundations president Aryeh Neier discuss Press's critically acclaimed book, Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times, which examines the choices and dilemmas faced by whistleblowers.
NYU Journalism, 20 Cooper Square, 7th Floor, NY, NY
David Rohde and Ahmed Rashid will discuss Rashid's book Pakistan on the Brink, which takes a comprehensive look at how President Obama’s administration has handled the relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan.
This event looks at a project to create a transnational network focused on delivering truth and justice for migrants whose human rights have been violated during their journey through Mexico.
Open Society Foundations hosts the New York premiere of the documentary, "Raw Opium: Pain, Pleasure, Profits." Amy Goodman will moderate a panel discussion of the film.
The Open Society Foundations hosts a panel discussion on barriers to human rights advancements and the rigged Turkmenistan presidential elections.
This event, organized by Open Society grantee Consumers International, addresses questions raised by digital technologies about a fair intellectual property regime that fosters access to knowledge.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Open Society Foundations present the New York premiere of "They Took My Choice Away," a short film about forced sterilization in Namibia. The premiere event includes a discussion with filmmaker Bob Sacha.