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Nigerian Legal Aid & Pretrial Detention Project

To help protect the rights of pretrial detainees in Nigeria, the Nigerian Legal Aid Council, in collaboration with the Open Society Justice Initiative, launched the Nigerian Legal Aid & Pretrial Detention Project.

December 16, 2004
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Human Rights Groups Demand Commission Remedy Timor Justice Failures

In a letter to the UN, six human rights groups, including the Open Society Justice Initiative, called for the creation of an international commission of experts to review the prosecution of serious human rights violations committed in Timor-Leste.

November 02, 2004
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Inter-American Court Quashes Journalist's Libel Conviction

The Inter-American Court has overturned the libel conviction of a Costa Rican journalist, setting an important precedent for defamation law reform in Latin America, reports the Open Society Justice Initiative.

August 13, 2004
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Lawyers From Three Continents Gather to Study Media Freedom

Lawyers from Africa, Eastern Europe, and Latin America will attend a three week course at Oxford concerning the promotion and defense of media freedom, organized by the Open Society Justice Initiative.

July 15, 2004
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New Group to Boost Free Speech in Eastern Europe

The Open Society Justice Initiative announces the formation of the International Media Lawyers' Association, which will target restrictive media laws and promote freedom of expression across Eastern Europe.

March 08, 2004
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Nomination of United Nations Experts Marks Step Forward for Khmer Rouge Tribunal

The nomination by the United Nations of international legal experts to the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia is a major advance toward the establishment of the tribunal that will try Khmer Rouge leaders, according to the Open...

March 13, 2003
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Khashoggi FOIA Case Documents Available Online

The Open Society Justice Initiative has begun to publish online materials released by the U.S. government, in response to a Freedom of Information Act petition seeking the release of records relating to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.

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