Early Childhood Program Farewell: Celebrating Collaborations and Inspiring the Future
This event, featuring presentations, stories, and a discussion about future directions, honors the partnerships that have shaped our joint achievements in early childhood development over the past two and a half decades.
Refugee Women in Greece: Where Do We Go from Here?
On this year’s International Day of Human Rights, the German Bar Association, Oxfam Germany, and Opens Society Foundations are inviting their partners from NGOs in Greece to discuss the human rights of women and girl refugees.
A New Start for U.S. Human Rights Policy: What Needs to Be Done?
Open Society Foundations President Patrick Gaspard joins a panel of distinguished experts to discuss how the incoming Biden administration can reestablish U.S. credibility on human rights.
To Regularize or to Expand Work Visas in the EU?
What can be learned from Germany, Spain, and Italy’s efforts on migration in 2020?
Evidence and Research for Roma Children—RECI Reports: A Decade of Collaboration
Activists in the Roma rights movement, European stakeholders, and early childhood advocates consider what needs to be done to secure a strong start for all Roma children.
UN75—Race, COVID-19, and the War on Drugs
The war on drugs has disproportionately affected people of color. This panel explored how high-level policy changes and tireless activism on the streets can address egregious drug war related abuses of power across the globe.
UN75—Women Who Grow Coca and Opium: COVID-19 and Gender-Sensitive Drug Policies in Rural Areas
This panel explored the role that women living in rural coca and opium poppy growing regions play in their communities, the consequences of forced eradication campaigns, and the need for sustainable and equitable drug policies.
What Do the U.S. Election Results Mean for Roma in Europe?
This conversation will explore lessons learned from the U.S. elections and how future U.S. foreign policy will affect Roma in Europe.
Teachers, Students, and Public Education in the Fight Against COVID-19
This conversation will explore what can be learned from COVID-19 shutdowns of educational institutions, how learning can be returned to safely, and how we can harness the potential of education technology to defend against authoritarian interests.
Can Healing Be Our North Star? Reimagining Health, Well-Being, and Collective Liberation
Critiquing how Western-based health models and frameworks can serve as instruments of racism and violence, a panel of scholars, artists, and activists discusses the role of healing in political liberation and well-being.
Trade, Inclusive Prosperity, and Competition in 2021 and Beyond
A panel of experts discusses U.S. trade policy at a time of economic upheaval and a presidential transition.
Towards a Future without Mandatory Detention: A Three-Part Series of Dialogues with Frontline and Local Leaders
Three panels featuring frontline activists and local leaders discuss the rise of mandatory detention, assess the current situation, and explain how a world without mandatory detention would work to everyone’s benefit.