Gerald Knaus of the European Stability Initiative discusses recent research and advocacy campaigns addressing some of the most egregious human rights violations in Europe.
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Experts at this event will discuss Uzbekistan’s ongoing, systematic forced sterilization program, which has affected tens of thousands of women.
Open Society Foundations Scholarship Programs alumni and current grantees meet at the Central European University to examine questions of integration, economic development, rights, and democratic participation in the region.
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
BBC journalist Natalia Antelava and Matthew Fischer-Daly of the Cotton Campaign discuss Uzbekistan’s ongoing, systematic forced sterilization and forced labor programs.
Two Open Society Fellows consider the current state of changes brought about by the Arab Spring.
The Open Society European Policy Institute and the Hellenic Observatory host a one-day public conference on “Greek Politics in Crisis: Challenges to the Open Society.”
Shaw Library, London School of Economics, 6th Floor, Old Building Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE
This panel discussion will examine the situation of the Rohingya, a Muslim minority who are denied basic rights and citizenship, and are recognized as one of the most persecuted peoples in the world.
European Parliament, Room ASP 3H1, Brussels
This reception marks the opening of an exhibition featuring a photographic essay on the plight of Burma’s Rohingya from award-winning photographer Greg Constantine.
European Parliament, Galerie Cafeteria, ASP Ground Floor, Brussels
A panel of experts examine how the war on drugs is undermining the health and well-being of families.
Panelists will discuss Martissant Park, an effort to preserve and honor the natural environment of Haiti inside Port-au-Prince’s clustered urban setting.
Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon St, Brooklyn, NY 11201