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The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens.
The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens.

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From supporting the Rome Statute, adopted 20 years ago today, to making international trials more accessible through our International Justice Monitor site, relaunched today, our commitment to the International Criminal Court and international justice endures. #InternationalJusticeDay #JusticeMatters
A Better Tool for Ensuring Justice
A Better Tool for Ensuring Justice
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We're seeking a Program Officer to work on our Public Health Program's Governance for Health portfolio in New York. Apply by August 10.
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Program Officer
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There are currently 1.2 million refugees around the world in need of a safe place to live. Community refugee sponsorship programs like this one in Wales can help.
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We're seeking an Advocacy Director to work with us in Washington. Apply by August 3.
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Advocacy Director
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A delicate peace between armed rebels and the government has settled in Colombia, but the “war on drugs” rages on. Many farmers still find themselves growing coca due to a mix of economic necessity, governmental corruption, and ill-conceived policies. https://osf.to/2NbuvA0
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We're seeking a Managing Editor to work with our internal communications team in New York. Apply by August 3.
Managing Editor - Intranet
Managing Editor - Intranet
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LIVE NOW: Has the human rights movement failed to address economic inequality? Watch as Samuel Moyn, professor of law and history at Yale University, and Aryeh Neier, president emeritus of Open Society, debate this and more.
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Live today at 6pm EDT: Is economic inequality a fight that the human rights movement can’t help to win? Join us and Human Rights Watch as Samuel Moyn, professor of law and history at Yale University, and Aryeh Neier, president emeritus of Open Society, debate this and more.
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Live tomorrow at 6pm EDT: Has the human rights movement failed to address economic inequality? Join us and Human Rights Watch as Samuel Moyn, professor of law and history at Yale University, and Aryeh Neier, president emeritus of Open Society, debate this and more.
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What do tax havens have to do with inequality? Everything.
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