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.
The Open Society Foundations welcome UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s call for justice to feature as an essential element of the next global sustainable development agenda.
The Soros Economic Development Fund’s investment will help to expand banking services in rural Ghana and reach one million new customers.
A bid by the constitutional court of the Dominican Republic to repudiate the jurisdiction of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights undermines legal protections for all.
The UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education warns against the global trend of turning education into a profit-making business.
A settlement in the first U.S. anti-kleptocracy case to target the family of a sitting head of state will yield $30 for people of Equatorial Guinea.
El Tribunal Europeo de Derechos Humanos ha realizado un llamamiento a España para que establezca garantías que impidan que las personas detenidas o custodiadas por la policía sufran torturas o malos tratos.
The ruling in Etxebarria Caballero v. Spain emphasizes the obligations states have to protect suspects in police stations from torture and ill-treatment.