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Public Broadcasting Services Can Deliver Democratic Values. Few Do.

Education Should Be a Public Good, Not Profit-Making Business, Says UN Report

Exposing a Disgrace: Uzbek Elite Keep Profiting from Forced Labor

Uzbekistan’s Cotton Sector: Financial Flows and Distribution of Resources

Breaking News No More: Life for Roma in Greece a Year after “Maria”

Roma in Serbia: Building on Strength

100 Years After Somalis Arrive in London, It’s High Time to Learn About Them

Lessons from Wales on How to Value Diversity and Inclusion

Ukraine Needs Decentralization, Done Right

Somalis in London

Program Officer

Executive Assistant

Program Assistant

Executive Assistant

Benefits Administrator

Recruitment Coordinator

Chief Operating Officer

Senior Program Officer

Communications Coordinator

Director

Tunisia Representative

Program Manager

Program Coordinator

Senior Program Officer

Program Officer

Editor / Content Strategist

Policy and Advocacy Officer

Civil Society Leadership Award

Tilburg University Regional Statelessness Course: Middle East and North Africa

Moving Walls 23: Group Exhibition

Open Society Presidential Fellowship

Open Society Fellowship

Organizational Development Grants to Think Tanks

Technological Innovation for Policy Research for Think Tanks

Human Rights and Drug Policy in Asia

Monitoring and Advocacy of Roma Health in Romania

Barvalipe Schools

Paruvipe Grants Program

West African Advocacy Fellowship on Drug Policy Reform

Think Tank Young Professional Development Program

Roma Initiatives Fellowships

Countering Anti-Gypsyism and Discrimination Affecting Roma

Countering Islamophobia and Discrimination Affecting Muslims

Improving Programming of EU Funds for Roma Inclusion in the South Eastern Europe

Academic Capacity Development Program/Returning Scholars Fellowship Program

Academic Capacity Development Program/International Scholars Fellowship Program

Academic Capacity Development Program/Departmental Partner Program

Messages About Turkmenistan Darken American Congratulations

The Transformative Power of Photography and Collaboration

Children’s Right to Education Must Prevail Amid Privatization

Public Broadcasting Services Can Deliver Democratic Values. Few Do.

Big Change Baltimore 2014: Connect to the Power of Change

Education Should Be a Public Good, Not Profit-Making Business, Says UN Report

Broader Implications of the Human Rights Crackdown in Azerbaijan

Tracking American Counterterrorism Money to Dark Places

Bringing School to an Orphanage in Kyrgyzstan Means New Prospects for Children

Exposing a Disgrace: Uzbek Elite Keep Profiting from Forced Labor

Five Legal Strategies that Preserve the Rights of Women Living with HIV

Uzbekistan’s Cotton Sector: Financial Flows and Distribution of Resources

How the International Community Can Address the Drugs–Development Link

From a “Situation Room,” Democracy Spreads in West Africa

Breaking News No More: Life for Roma in Greece a Year after “Maria”

Trying Khmer Rouge Leaders Twice: A Guide for the Perplexed

Roma in Serbia: Building on Strength

100 Years After Somalis Arrive in London, It’s High Time to Learn About Them

Presumption of Guilt: The Global Overuse of Pretrial Detention

Inside Ferguson’s October Protests

For Roma in France, Is Climate of Intolerance Fueling Violence?

A Beacon in the Ghetto

[POSTPONED] Film Screening: Music of Resistance—Conversations in the Middle East

A Second Chance for Ukraine

Understanding Europe’s White Working Class Communities

Voices from the White Working Class Community in Manchester

Beware an Uncertain Dawn in the Dominican Republic

Disability Is No Longer Invisible in Mongolia

An App for Honest Elections in Kosovo

White Working Class Communities in Manchester

Europe’s White Working Class Communities: A Report on Six EU Cities

Community Spirit Prevails Despite Anxieties and Alienation in English White Working Class Neighborhoods

The Problem with Multi-Stakeholder Initiatives

China and Tiananmen 25 Years On: Does Authoritarianism Pay?

ECOWAS Court Finds Gambia Failed to Investigate Death of Leading Newspaper Editor

Justice for Development: Integrating Justice and Human Rights into the Post-2015 Development Framework

New Nonprofit Leaders to Receive Boost From Open Society

HIV and Human Rights: A Mapping of Donor Priorities and Trends in Southern Africa

The Donor Landscape for Access to Justice and Health

Migrant Workers’ Access to Justice at Home: Nepal

Civil Society Leadership Award

Bringing School to an Orphanage in Kyrgyzstan Means New Prospects for Children

Five Legal Strategies that Preserve the Rights of Women Living with HIV

Looking Past Quarantine to Community Health

Ebola’s Legacy Can Be a Thriving Community Health System

From Haiti to Vietnam, HIV Treatment Needs Higher Doses of Fact

A Small Tax That Could Add Up to Huge Gains for Public Health

License to Deceive? A Big Drug Company’s Smokescreen on Hepatitis C

Shifting Strategies on Drug Policy: A Comparative Approach

Will the United States Lead or Follow on International Drug Reform?

Civil Society Leadership Award

Children’s Right to Education Must Prevail Amid Privatization

Big Change Baltimore 2014: Connect to the Power of Change

Education Should Be a Public Good, Not Profit-Making Business, Says UN Report

Bringing School to an Orphanage in Kyrgyzstan Means New Prospects for Children

Building the Civil Society of Tomorrow Means Investing in Teachers Today

Fire Shut Up in My Bones

Brussels Takes Action against Czech Republic over Roma School Discrimination

Open Society Presidential Fellowship

Promises Kept: Raising Black Boys to Succeed in School and in Life

Watching You, Watching Me Exhibit: Public Programs

Moving Walls 22 / Watching You, Watching Me Opening Reception

Civil Society Leadership Award

The Transformative Power of Photography and Collaboration

Public Broadcasting Services Can Deliver Democratic Values. Few Do.

Big Change Baltimore 2014: Connect to the Power of Change

Tracking American Counterterrorism Money to Dark Places

From a “Situation Room,” Democracy Spreads in West Africa

Georgia Activists Close Ranks Online to Open Government Data

Moving Walls 23: Group Exhibition