Japan's new state secrecy law falls far below international standards in setting strict limits on the public’s right to know about national security and national defence issues.
The Open Society Foundations joined leading human and civil rights organizations to ask President Obama to address new questions and long-standing concerns regarding drone strikes.
Костанайский городской суд в Казахстане постановил, что местный департамент внутренних дел должен выплатить компенсацию Александру Герасимову за пытки, которым он подвергся в полиции в марте 2007 года в городе Костанае.
The Open Society Foundations welcome a challenge to Gilead Science’s patent application for their new medicine, sofosbuvir.
A court in Kazakhstan has ordered the local police authorities to pay compensation to Alexander Gerasimov for his torture by police, in an important step forwards for accountability.
The Open Society Foundations congratulate Judge Patricia Wald, the founding chairwoman of the board of the Open Society Justice Initiative.
A new report explores experiences of Somalis in employment, education, health, political participation, and policing as well as their sense of belonging and identity in Helsinki.
Kenya's specialist anti-terrorism police must be held accountable for a record of human rights abuses that includes credible allegations of involvement in extra-judicial killings.
A criminal complaint against a Swiss gold refiner isbased on the recognition that corporate involvement in pillage constitutes a war crime.
Poland’s role in the torture and secret detention of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a Saudi national now facing a possible death sentence before a U.S. military commission, will be examined at a public hearing in Strasbourg.