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Dec
5
2017
Book Launch—War Is Only Half the Story: Ten Years of the Aftermath Project

War Is Only Half the Story celebrates a decade of the Aftermath Project's support of photography exploring what it takes to rebuild lives, restore society, and address the lingering impact of war.

Nov
23
2017
Quo Vadis Eastern Partnership? A Retrospective Look into the Future

This conference will critically assess the achievements of the Eastern Partnership policy, the effectiveness of its existing toolbox, and whether it has brought about real change on the ground.

Location:

European Endowment for Democracy, Rue de la Loi 34, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Nov
13
2017
To Protect and Serve: A Conversation About Sex Work, Policing, and Health

Join the New York City HIV Planning Group and the Open Society Public Health Program for a conversation about sex work, policing, and health in New York.

Nov
9
2017
An Evening with Drs. Chris Beyrer and Jennifer Leaning

The Open Society Public Health Program hosts an evening event with Drs. Chris Beyrer and Jennifer Leaning in honor of their years of service on the Public Health Program Advisory Board.

Nov
8
2017
Talking About Race: Race, Identity, and Sports

Join Open Society Institute–Baltimore for a panel discussion on the role race and identity play in sports.

Location:

University of Baltimore Law School’s Moot Court Room, 1401 N Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21217

Nov
8
2017
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Incitement on Trial: Prosecuting International Speech Crimes (audio)

Richard Ashby Wilson joins a panel of legal experts to discuss his new book, which explores how hate-filled media campaigns can fuel mass atrocities, and whether international law can hold those responsible to account.

Nov
1
2017
The Threat to Liberal Democracy from the Backlash Against Immigration and Refugees

Sasha Polakow-Suransky speaks about his new book, Go Back to Where You Came From, with journalist and civil rights lawyer Alia Malek and on how liberal democracies are threatened from the spread of antiforeigner sentiments

Oct
25
2017
Human Rights and the Rise of Populism in Europe (audio)

The director of the European Union Agency on Fundamental Rights, Michael O’Flaherty, joins a discussion with Felice Gaer, a distinguished U.S. human rights jurist.

Oct
24
2017
The Collapse of Cambodian Democracy and the Khmer Rouge Tribunal (audio)

Join the Open Society Justice Initiative for a discussion of the options for the international supporters of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge tribunal, as Prime Minister Hun Sen further consolidates his power.

Oct
24
2017
Comedy, Politics, and Social Change: Working at the Intersection of Activism and Humor

The Latin America Program and the Office of Communications host a conversation with comedian Gregorio Duvivier and activist Alessandra Orofino, to explore the way in which comedy can lead to change.

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