Ten of America’s leading foundations have announced a joint effort with the White House to help America's young men of color reach their full potential in school, work, and life.
The Khmer Rouge tribunal in Cambodia must protect the rights of suspects in the investigation of two cases that have not yet come to trial.
The Open Society Foundations have chosen to support youth-focused initiatives in an integrated way across its network rather than through a separate program, and as a result the Youth Initiative is now closed.
Guatemala’s constutional court has moved to cut short the four year term of the country’s reforming attorney general, Claudia Paz y Paz.
A report explores experiences of Somalis in employment, education, health, political participation, and policing as well as their sense of belonging and identity in Malmö.
The Open Society Justice Initiative has welcomed a call from European parliamentarians for the Russia to fully investigate the death in custody of whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky.
The French courts have turned down a constitutional challenge to police stops that have led to young men of African and Arab origin being singled out just because of the way they look.
Originally created in 1991 for the Soros foundations in Central and Eastern Europe, the program offered civil society actors opportunities for international cooperation.
Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal must take steps now to ensure that two surviving former leaders of the Khmer Rouge face trial for the full range of charges against them.