Open Society Fellow Chris Soghoian explains the ominous implications of widespread government surveillance.
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This event focuses on how current drug policies impact economic development in communities around the world.
Central European University, Budapest, Nador u. 9, Monument Building, Popper Room
Dmitri Holtzman, Executive Director of the Equal Education Law Center, discusses the recent short-lived victory over minimum norms and standards for infrastructure at state schools in South Africa.
Carnegie Europe, in cooperation with the Open Society Foundation–Turkey, will host an event to mark the launch of Press Freedom in Turkey, a new paper by Marc Pierini.
Carnegie Europe, Rue du Congrès 15, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
The most important event in the international intellectual property (IP) reform calendar. The theme of this year’s Global Congress on IP and the Public Interest is “Setting the Positive Agenda in Motion.”
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
U.S. law does not afford specific protections to the stateless. A new report makes recommendations for how the United States can more fairly address the needs of this vulnerable group. Join us for a luncheon panel discussion.
This public lecture will challenge the current “war on drugs” and the ongoing media coverage of pregnant women who use drugs.
Central European University, Budapest, Nador u. 13 - Room: #002, Hungary
In this provocative discussion, Open Society Fellow Vanda Felbab-Brown brings fresh and unexpected insights to the study of seven illicit economies.
Join a conversation on the United States’ policies around the Northern Distribution Network and the New Silk Road with author Graham Lee and U.S. Department of State Office Director for Central Asia Les Viguerie.