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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Michael Sfard has long worked to hold Israel accountable for rights abuses in its occupation of Palestinian land. His new book asks if legal action against the occupation actually bolsters its legitimacy.
Experts and a father of a disappeared son address expanding U.S. legal exports and illegal trafficking of guns to Mexico, the current unprecedented violence, and what can be done.
A conversation about how darknet markets, or “cryptomarkets,” are changing the way that people buy, sell, use, and make drugs around the world
Author John Feffer discusses his new book about dashed hopes and dreams in Eastern Europe.
Drawing on Ukraine's experience, the Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels and the Open Society European Policy Institute discuss how to counter propaganda and disinformation.
Open Society European Policy Institute, Rue du Trône 130, Brussels, B-1050, Belgium
In 1993, George Soros made a bold move to help the besieged inhabitants of Sarajevo survive. On the 25th anniversary of the $50 million gift that made it possible, four people who helped make it happen will tell the story.
War Is Only Half the Story celebrates a decade of the Aftermath Project's support of photography exploring what it takes to rebuild lives, restore society, and address the lingering impact of war.
This conference will critically assess the achievements of the Eastern Partnership policy, the effectiveness of its existing toolbox, and whether it has brought about real change on the ground.
European Endowment for Democracy, Rue de la Loi 34, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Join the New York City HIV Planning Group and the Open Society Public Health Program for a conversation about sex work, policing, and health in New York.
The Open Society Public Health Program hosts an evening event with Drs. Chris Beyrer and Jennifer Leaning in honor of their years of service on the Public Health Program Advisory Board.