Ten European and international civil society groups have responded to proposals from Belgium that could lead to speedier and more effective execution of judgments made by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
The Open Society Justice Initiative is urging Cambodia to stand by its commitments to the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal, where new charges have been brought against two former senior leaders of the organization.
The Open Society Foundations are awarding grants to seven nonprofits where new leaders will implement their visions for the future.
The European Court of Human Rights has confirmed its landmark ruling that Poland illegally allowed the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency to operate a secret torture prison on its territory in 2002 and 2003.
Open Society Justice Initiative urge al Gobierno Mexicano a responder con acciones positivas a la evaluación internacional altamente critica de la epidemia de desapariciones forzadas.
The Open Society Justice Initiative is urging the Mexican government to respond positively to a highly critical international assessment of its response to a continuing epidemic of enforced disappearances.
In 2015, the Open Society Foundations will begin the process of concluding its program, Making the Most of EU Funds for Roma Inclusion.
The Open Society Foundations are deeply concerned about the intensifying campaign against civil society in Azerbaijan, including the detention of several prominent human rights activists.
The Open Society Foundations announce the appointment of Meredith Jung-En Woo as the new director of the International Higher Education Support Program.
The European Court of Human Rights has taken up a complaint filed by the family of Sergei Magnitsky, the whistle-blowing Russian lawyer who died in 2009 while in pre-trial detention.