The Open Society Justice Initiative is calling upon the United Nations to reassess its commitment to the Khmer Rouge tribunal following the recent resignation of International Co-Investigating Judge, Laurent Kasper-Ansermet.
The Open Society Institute-Brussels joins other foreign policy experts in calling EU leaders to understand and react to the external dimensions of the world financial crisis.
Students in Baltimore, New Orleans, and New York City are reaping the benefits of a longer school day and a range of new learning opportunities through a national expanded school day initiative.
A group of international and Haitian legal advocacy groups has expressed support for continuing efforts in Haiti to prosecute Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier, the country’s former ruler, for human rights abuses committed during his 15 years in power.
The Open Society Foundations today announced the appointment of Christopher Stone as its next president, effective July 2012.
Two sons of Deyda Hydara, a prominent Gambian journalist who was murdered in December 2004, are taking their demand for a proper investigation into his death to West Africa's regional human rights court.
The Open Society Justice Initiative is deeply saddened by the death of Sonia Pierre, a leading advocate for the rights of people of Haitian descent in the Dominican Republic.