Watching You, Watching Me Exhibit in Berlin: Meet the Curators
Curators of three exhibitions in Berlin that explore the topic of surveillance and photography discuss the exhibitions’ research approaches, underlying concepts, and presentation forms.
Moving Walls 22 / Watching You, Watching Me Opening Reception in Berlin
The 22nd installation of Open Society Foundations' Moving Walls exhibition series opens in Berlin at the Museum für Fotografie.
Getting Respect: Responding to Stigma and Discrimination in the United States, Brazil, and Israel
Michèle Lamont discusses her most recent book, which examines the extent to which racial identity overshadows the daily experiences of stigmatized groups across contexts.
Film Screening and Q&A—Finding Oscar
Finding Oscar tells the remarkable and moving story of the search for justice for Guatemala's 1982 Dos Erres massacre—and how it changed one man's life forever.
Film Screening and Q&A—The Constitution: A Love Story About Hate
Winner of the Montreal Film Festival Grand Prize of the Americas, The Constitution explores intolerance and hate through the stories of four neighbors in Zagreb, Croatia.
The Open Society Institute–Baltimore will host a summit designed to create a community-driven blueprint for the new mayor and city council to address some of Baltimore’s most intractable issues.
Democratic Deadlock and Security Concerns in DR Congo: Where to Now for the European Union
Institutional and civil society actors will discuss the role of the European Union to support a credible democratic process and help prevent an escalation of violence and abuse in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Which Steps Towards European Policies Against Anti-Gypsyism?
The Open Society Foundations, the German Federal Foreign Office, and the European Commission host a seminar encouraging policymakers to step up efforts combating prejudice against Roma communities.
Opening Reception for Urban Now: City Life in Congo
Urban Now: City Life in Congo is an exhibition that explores different urban sites in Congo through the media of photography and video.
Undeniable Atrocities: Confronting Crimes against Humanity in Mexico
The Open Society Justice Initiative launches its new report on drug-related violence in Mexico, based on three years of research conducted in close cooperation with Mexican human rights organizations.