The Open Society Justice Initiative is supporting a website project focusing on the genocide trial of Efrain Rios Montt, the former general who ruled Guatemala in the early 1980s.
The death of Ieng Sary underscores the need to avoid delays in the trial of the two remaining defendants at Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge court.
Lithuania’s refusal to release information related to its role in CIA counterterrorism abuses is being challenged at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
The Open Society Foundations and other NGOs call on the local authorities of Rome to take immediate actions to end discrimination against Roma families.
U.S. Program’s Campaign for Black Male Achievement and Echoing Green are proud to announce the semi-finalists for the 2013 Black Male Achievement Fellowships.
Haiti must ensure that Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier, the country’s former dictator, stands trial on charges arising from systematic human rights abuses, as required by international law.
More than 50 countries have been implicated in kidnapping, detention, and torture as part of the CIA’s secret detention and extraordinary rendition programs, according to the Open Society Justice Initiative.
La policía española es culpable de realizar identificaciones y controles a personas que “no parecen españolas”, y así ha sido manifestado por una organización internacional de derechos humanos
Spanish police are guilty of focusing identity checks and stops on people who “do not look Spanish,” according to a statement by an international human rights law group to the U.N’s top expert on racism and discrimination.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has reinforced the right of individuals to access the internet, in a ruling against an attempt to block online content by Turkey in 2009.