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In the United States, the Open Society Foundations aim to nurture the development of a society that allows all people to participate equitably in political, economic, and cultural life; encourages diverse opinions and critical debate; protects human rights; and promotes broadly shared prosperity and security.

Open Society Voices

After More Than a Decade, the Truth About CIA Torture in Poland

July 24, 2014 by Amrit Singh

The European Court of Human Rights sent a clear message that abuses perpetrated by the CIA will not be tolerated in modern Europe, and those who perpetrate them will be held accountable.

What Difference Can a Soros Justice Fellow Make?

July 20, 2014 by Adam Culbreath

The U.S. criminal justice system is in urgent need of reform. But what can one person do? Take a look at a few outstanding individuals who are advancing a fairer, more sensible justice system.

U.S. Must Prove Its Commitment to Human Rights in Central Asia

May 20, 2014 by Judith Mazdra
The U.S. government must deliverer clearer and more emphatic messages in support of human rights in Central Asia.

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