Georgetown Law professor and former federal prosecutor Paul Butler talks about his new book Chokehold: Policing Black Men.
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Open Society Institute–Baltimore, Associated Black Charities, and Baltimore City Paper host the first of two mayoral forums in advance of the April 26 primaries.
Pleasant Hope Baptist Church, 430 E. Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, MD, 21212
An expert panel explores how violations of medical neutrality are used as weapons of war—and the impact this has on humanitarian organizations offering aid.
Two Open Society Fellows discuss public–private partnerships in education and natural resource exploitation in India.
An expert panel discusses alternative approaches to combating terrorism—including less reliance on the military, a tougher line on bad governance, and closer work with civil society.
This discussion will feature a presentation of a new report that highlights the abuse of the criminal justice system during the current, unprecedented civil society crackdown in Azerbaijan.
During this conference, several stakeholders will assess the progress made by Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine in the implementation of political reform commitments under their EU Association Agreements.
European Parliament, Room JAN 2Q2, 60 rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60, B-1047, Brussels, Belgium
Beasts of No Nation—adapted from Uzodinma Iweala’s novel—depicts the brutalities experienced by child soldiers. The event is linked to an Open Society publication about the impact of conflict on children’s education.
Jamie Holmes discusses his book, Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing, on navigating the increasingly ambiguous and uncertain modern world.