The Trump administration’s proposed cuts for programs devoted to fighting this disease would cost innocent lives as well as U.S. global influence.
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Strong and independent citizens’ groups play an instrumental role in ensuring that government, health care institutions, and health programs are held accountable to the communities they are designed to serve. The Open Society Foundations work to ensure that civil society groups have the information, skills, and capacity to hold governments accountable for their actions.
The following Open Society programs focus on this topic.
Following a screening of the Frontline/ProPublica documentary Right to Fail, a panel of activists and journalists discuss the rights of persons with disabilities to live and be included in their communities.
Last month, ProPublica broke a shocking exposé about sexual abuse in an American charity in Liberia. We will explore what happens when good intentions among NGOs collide with the realities of operating without accountability.
This briefing paper argues that access to civil justice indicators should be included in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals measurement framework.
When a key funder pulled back, many advocates for people in Macedonia with HIV feared the worst. But thanks to a mix of grassroots advocacy and targeted political outreach, the fight against the epidemic continues.
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.