A new report by the Open Society Foundations finds that the Eastern Partnership remains the EU’s most effective foreign policy instrument to build accountable and stable institutions.
In response to the recent unrest surrounding the death of Freddie Gray, the Open Society Institute–Baltimore announces the creation of the Baltimore Justice Fund.
The Open Society Foundations applauded the European Commission’s decision to initiate infringement proceedings against the Slovak Republic for breaching European Union (EU) anti-discrimination legislation.
Um painel de cinco especialistas independentes fará um monitoramento da próxima eleição dos novos integrantes dos órgãos de proteção do Sistema Interamericano de Direitos Humanos.
Un panel de cinco expertas/os independientes monitoreará la próxima elección de nuevos integrantes a los órganos de protección del Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos.
In a move to support and strengthen human rights in the Americas, a panel of five independent experts will monitor the forthcoming election of new members to the region’s human rights commission and court.
The Open Society Foundations stand with the Gray family and those organizing peaceful and purposeful protests to demand the truth, hold officials to account, and leverage these moments to uplift Baltimore.
La decisión de extender el trabajo del Comisión Internacional contra la Impunidad en Guatemala (CICIG) reforzará los continuos esfuerzos para fortalecer el Estado de Derecho.
Extending the work of a UN-backed commission in Guatemala that fights corruption and organized criminality will reinforce efforts to strengthen the rule of law, the Open Society Justice Initiative said.
The ruling against Kyrgyzstan from the UN Human Rights Committee underlines the obligation to protect prisoners from violence, including violence from other prisoners.