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 Forum will connect committed leaders to ensure progress in improving the life outcomes of black men and boys. Speakers include George Soros, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
This luncheon continuing legal education course addresses accountability and legal protections for victims of human trafficking.
ASIL Headquarters, Tillar House 2223 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20008
Yak and Yeti Hotel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Les Halles des Tanneurs, Rue des Tanneurs 60, 1000 Brussels
Óscar Ramírez recently discovered he is a survivor of the 1982 Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. His story is part of the effort to uncover what happened in a bloody civil war, and to bring perpetrators to account.
At this roundtable, Alexander Cooley, author of Great Games, Local Rules, lays out the dynamics of the new competition for influence over the region since 9/11.
Residence Palace, Maelbeek Room, Rue de la Loi 155, 1040 Brussels
This event marks the launch of the Counterpoint pamphlet, the first publication in the “Reluctant Radicals” series on countering right-wing populism in Europe.
Honeycomb Hall of the Hub Brussels, 37 Rue du Prince Royal, 1050 Brussels
Panelists debate India's shifting place in the world as it grapples with rapid growth, in this event sponsored by the Open Society Fellowship.
A panel discussion will precede a keynote speech on measuring democratic accountability and the way those measurements can shape effective development assistance.