The Open Society Foundations and Echoing Green have established a new fellowship program for individuals dedicated to improving the life outcomes of black men and boys in the United States.
Cultural critic and acclaimed author Touré discusses his new book, and how prejudice and discrimination by and among African Americans is a barrier to success.
OSI-Baltimore's speaker series probes how Americans talk (or do not talk) about race.
A new report from the Open Society Justice Initiative calls for an independent panel of three senior international judges to investigate allegations of judicial misconduct at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
The Open Society Justice Initiative and the European Roma Rights Centre have called on the European Council to ramp up pressure to end segregation of Romani children in Czech schools.
George Soros and members of the European Parliament gathered in Brussels to encourage member states to stand firm behind an agreed blueprint for ending discrimination against the Roma and improving their educational, housing, and employment opportunities and access to quality health care.
The Open Society Institute-Baltimore selects its 2011 Baltimore Community Fellows, as the program celebrates its 14th year of supporting social entrepreneurs and innovators to achieve their dreams to improve the city.
The Special Court for Sierra Leone will be the first post-Cold War international tribunal to conclude its mandate. The Open Society Justice Initiative is warning that its achievements may be undermined if pressing issues are not addressed.
The Open Society Justice Initiative is urging the U.S. Department of Justice to examine the role of international intermediaries such as bankers, lawyers, and accountants who collude in transactions evidently financed by the profits of corruption.
The US Justice Department has initiated a legal action that targets a $35 million mansion in Malibu, California, owned by the son of the president of Equatorial Guinea.