Endorsed by 43 countries, the Open Government Partnership is an important means by which to encourage governments to uphold the principles of transparency and accountability.
A recent decision by the co-investigating judges at the UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal in Cambodia marks a setback to the principle that victims of international crimes should be given a voice in the courtroom.
The Open Society Foundations join civil and human rights groups asking President Obama to look into rumored CIA operations in Somalia and possible violations of U.S. and international law.
A new report by the Open Society Foundations and The Liaison Office highlights the growing Afghan anger fueled by the escalation in night raids.
As part of an ongoing effort to engage young people in policy issues critical to their future, the Open Society Foundations announced $20 million in funding to strengthen global debates.
The UN Human Rights Committee has found the government of Kyrgyzstan responsible for the 2004 death of a detainee in police custody, underlining continued concerns about the use of torture and violence by police in Kyrgyzstan.
Muslims in Antwerp enjoy a strong sense of belonging to the city but face discrimination as a result of city policies.
The 10th anniversary of 9/11 is a time for solemn remembrance and the encouragement of tolerance, says a statement signed by the Open Society Foundations and 70 other nongovernmental organizations.
As the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction starts to review possible budget cuts, the Open Society Foundations call for a credible and transparent process.
The Sexual Health and Rights Project brought together transgender and health policy activists from around the world to explore innovative and effective ways to improve access to quality and comprehensive health care for transgender individuals and communities.