The Tshwane principles focus on how to ensure public access to government information without jeopardizing legitimate efforts to protect people from national security threats.
The Open Society Foundations in partnership with Echoing Green awarded the Black Male Achievement Fellowship to eleven social entrepreneurs dedicated to advancing the lives of black men and boys in the United States.
La France doit honorer son engagement d’interdire et de prévenir les contrôles au faciès et proposer des solutions efficaces pour les victimes, ont déclaré l’Open Society Justice Initiative et Human Rights Watch aujourd’hui.
France should act on its promise to prohibit and prevent ethnic profiling and provide effective remedies to victims, the Open Society Justice Initiative and Human Rights Watch said today.
The Open Society Justice Initiative is deeply concerned that the prosecution of former military leader Efrain Rios Montt remains stalled.
The Foundations announced an award of $1.2 million to the 2013 cohort of Soros Justice Fellows. The fellows include investigative journalists, lawyers, grassroots organizers, policy advocates, and scholars.
The Open Society Justice Initiative has welcomed the conclusion on of the trial of Efrain Rios Montt, the former de facto president of Guatemala.
Las recomendaciones representan el esfuerzo más comprehensivo que se haya realizado hasta la fecha para abordar el problema de la utilización de perfiles étnicos.
The Open Society Justice Initiative has welcomed a new initiative in Spain that aims to eliminate the ethnic and racial profiling of minorities in supposedly random identity checks.
Nine international human rights and legal groups have welcomed the resumption of the Guatemalan trial of Efraín Ríos Montt, the former military dictator, for genocide and crimes against humanity.