Book Launch—City of Omens: A Search for the Missing Women of the Borderlands
City of Omens author Dan Werb examines a pattern of brutal violence against women taking place in Tijuana, Mexico.
The European Way of Digital: The Role of the State in Protecting Open Societies Online
Can Europe position itself as a model third way for the regulation of the digital public sphere in open societies?
Must Human Rights Evolve or Die?
Philosopher and Open Society fellow Jonathan Rowson lays out the questions we must ask of human rights, of politics, and of ourselves in the twenty-first century.
Film Screening and Q&A—The Grass is Greener
Directed by Fab 5 Freddy, this film traces the inextricable ties between cannabis criminalization and racial injustice in the United States alongside stories about the influence of cannabis in black American musical culture.
On Returning: Diasporic Chronologies, Appendices, and the Present Political
Four poets with connections to countries with Temporary Protected Status explore contexts and ramifications of current U.S immigration policy.
When Fact-Checking Isn’t Enough: Information Operations and Reflections on the European Parliament Elections
The Open Society European Policy Institute and Demos host a discussion about new types of information operations now targeting democratic governments and societies around the globe.
Community Dialogue: Collaborative Art in and with Migrant Communities
Moving Walls 25: Another Way Home fellows will host a dialogue about collaboration and co-authorship in community-driven art that explores the themes of transnationalism and migration.
Internet Governance: Measures Companies, Governments, and Citizens Should Take—and Their Pitfalls
UN expert David Kaye discusses his book on internet governance, including what to do about incitement, disinformation, repression, and surveillance. The future of human rights depends on how these challenges are addressed.
Art, Migration, and Public Space: An Evening with the 2019 Soros Arts Fellows
Soros Arts Fellows Firelei Baez, Tania El Khoury, Guadalupe Maravilla, and Nontsikelelo Mutiti share their work and discuss art, migration, and public space.
Financing Atrocity, Forging Accountability: New Strategies for International Justice
Economic crimes and grave violence often occur in tandem. But commercial companies involved in facilitating serious international crimes—or profiting from them—have rarely been held accountable by international courts.