Newsletter Signup - Events

Sign up to receive updates about upcoming events.

Past Events

Past Events

See Upcoming Events

Sep
29
2017
Repression Beyond Borders: Exiled Azerbaijanis in Georgia

A new report documents how Azerbaijani journalists and activists have been harassed by their government even while living abroad.

Sep
27
2017
The “Not Entirely Closed” Western Balkan Route: The Impact on Rights and the Rule of Law

This event sheds light on the situation along the Western Balkans’ migration route and provides an opportunity for experts to analyze how the migration crisis and the European Union’s response to it has impacted the region.

Sep
12
2017
Film Screening and Discussion: Extraordinary Women of West Africa

This documentary film traces the everyday lives of five women in the region, highlighting the vital if sometimes unacknowledged role they play in their communities.

Sep
6
2017
Book cover
Policing the Black Man: A Conversation with Angela J. Davis and Sherrilyn Ifill (audio)(video)
Davis and Ifill discuss a new collection of essays on the impact of the criminal justice system on African American boys and men.
Jun
22
2017
A Conversation on the Syrian Conflict with Cries from Syria Director Evgeny Afineevsky (video)

Oscar-nominated director Evgeny Afineevsky discusses his new film, Cries from Syria, and the brutal Syrian conflict—and responds to online questions.

Location:

Webcast only

Jun
22
2017
Film Screening and Q&A: Cries from Syria

Oscar-nominated director Evgeny Afineevsky presents his powerful new film about the Syrian civil war.

Jun
21
2017
Drugs in Documentary Films: A Showcase

The Open Society Foundations and PBS POV present an evening of excerpts from new documentary films exploring a range of harmful effects created by the current drug control regime.

Jun
21
2017
Building a New Legal Infrastructure Toward Confronting Hate Incidents in the United States (audio)(video)

The Open Society Foundations welcome the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law for a conversation about their work responding to the rise in hate incidents in the United States that began in late 2016.

Jun
8
2017
Talking About Race: Harm Reduction and Communities of Color

A discussion on the historical tensions between drug policy advocates and communities of color, which have carried the heaviest burden in both health consequences and punitive criminal justice responses to drug use.

Location:

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

Jun
5
2017
Using Transparency to Strengthen the Inter-American Human Rights System
Members of an independent experts panel present their evaluation of the six nominated candidates vying for three vacant positions on the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights.
Location:

Open Society Foundations-Washington DC

Pages