Open Society Fellow Chris Soghoian explains the ominous implications of widespread government surveillance.
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A panel reflects on the recent trial and conviction of former Guatemalan dictator José Efraín Ríos Montt—the first time in history that a domestic court has found a former head of state guilty of genocide.
Two panels reflect on the recent trial and conviction of former Guatemalan dictator José Efraín Ríos Montt—the first time in history that a domestic court has found a former head of state guilty of genocide.
The Open Society Foundations’ Washington office hosts a discussion about a new report by Corruption Watch that exposes massive corruption in Angola.
As the world moves toward a discussion on drug policy at the United Nations General Assembly in 2016, renowned experts will discuss whether the current international drug prohibition regime represents a failed policy.
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
A spirited debate on the Obama administration’s record so far in the War on Terror and the role of human rights groups in curbing the worst abuses. Moderated by Charlie Savage of the New York Times.
Open Society Fellow Jameel Jaffer discusses the US government’s broad and largely secret campaign of surveillance in the name of national security.
This exhibition features a selection of photographs from the Chachipe Map photography contest organized by the Open Society Foundations and OSA Archivum.
Gallery Osten, 8 Udarna Brigada 2, Skopje, Macedonia