Director PJ Raval joins Open Society for a screening of his award-winning film about the 2014 murder of Filipina trans woman Jennifer Laude by a U.S. Marine—and the political uprising it inspired.
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Governments, philanthropies, the private sector, and civil society organizations need to urgently prioritize education in conflict-affected countries—so affected children still receive opportunities to pursue their education.
In her critically acclaimed new book, Mariana Mazzucato calls for a public debate about what is really adding value to our economies, so that we can create a new form of capitalism that works for us all.
A new report, Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in the Foreign Policy Sector, demonstrates how NGOs can empower a diverse pool of national security and foreign policy experts to help solve the world’s greatest challenges.
Samuel Moyn and Aryeh Neier debate the human rights movement’s response to economic inequality: is this a fight that must be taken on, or is it one that rights can’t help to win?
A panel of activists and artists will discuss creative ways to push for reform through immersive events and imaginative experiences.
Baltimore Center Stage, 700 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
At a moment when hate speech is on the rise, Nadine Strossen’s timely new book presents powerful arguments about how to best protect both freedom and equality.
Legal scholar Diane Orentlicher discusses her new book on the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia with a panel of regional and international experts.
A new report looks at the coca leaf as a legal agricultural product and presents challenges, opportunities, and parameters for a legal system to expand coca industrialization.
Alexandre Alaphilippe from EU DisinfoLab and fact-checker David Puente discuss how civil society cooperation helped monitor and counter online disinformation during the elections.