An international panel of researchers and growers from Colombia, Morocco, Peru, and the United States discuss the role of drug crop production in poverty and development.
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Open Society Fellow Timothy A. Wise takes a detailed look at how public policy impacts access to food in the least developed countries.
Hungarian protest movements from across the political spectrum are striking a chord with the mainstream. Will they reshape political power?
Open Society European Policy Institute, Rue d’Idalie 9-13, 1050 Brussels
Open Society Fellow Chris Soghoian explains the ominous implications of widespread government surveillance.
Experts at this event will discuss Uzbekistan’s ongoing, systematic forced sterilization program, which has affected tens of thousands of women.
Open Society Foundations Scholarship Programs alumni and current grantees meet at the Central European University to examine questions of integration, economic development, rights, and democratic participation in the region.
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
BBC journalist Natalia Antelava and Matthew Fischer-Daly of the Cotton Campaign discuss Uzbekistan’s ongoing, systematic forced sterilization and forced labor programs.
Two Open Society Fellows consider the current state of changes brought about by the Arab Spring.