The Open Society Foundations joined a diverse coalition of organizations in calling on the Senate Judiciary Committee to hold immediate hearings to address hate crimes in the United States.
OSI-Baltimore’s “Talking About Race” series brings two experts to the Enoch Pratt Free Library to discuss the latest research on unconscious bias, which has been a theme throughout the series.
The Open Society Foundations joined over 200 organizations after the tragic Oak Creek temple shootings to call on Americans to support Sikh communities and the core values of religious pluralism, equality, and inclusion.
Europe's highest human rights court is being asked to address Romania's role in the CIA's torture, illegal detention and rendition of a Guantanamo detainee now facing a death penalty trial before a U.S. military commission.
The newly appointed international investigating judge at the Khmer Rouge tribunal must be free to work without the political interference that has increasingly threatened the court’s credibility.
A decision from the UN Committee against Torture underlines widespread concerns about the use of torture by police in Kazakhstan.
New research from six countries found that stop-and-search practices by the police are making sex workers less likely to carry condoms, said the Open Society Foundations.
The European Court of Human Rights is pressing Poland for information and documents in the case of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, a Saudi national who was imprisoned and tortured at a secret CIA detention center on its soil.
New research reveals that Muslims in Waltham Forest have a stronger sense of local identity than national identity, according to a new report.
The Open Society Justice Initiative welcomed the UN decision, which reaffirms essential protections for the five million children around the world who have no citizenship anywhere.