The new cohort of fellows includes investigative journalists, lawyers, academics, grassroots organizers, policy advocates, and scholars working on a range of justice reform issues.
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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.
The 2013 Soros Justice Fellows work on behalf of constituencies often given little voice or visibility.
The practice of putting children on sex offender registries is one glaring example of how we have failed to provide true justice for kids.
The Open Society Foundations are making available to the public an expansive documentary photography collection chronicling some of the most pressing human rights and social issues of our times.