Read and download reports, handbooks, briefing papers, legal and policy submissions, and fact sheets from the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Civilian Oversight of the Police in South Africa Mini-Conference
The Project on Strengthening Oversight of Police in South Africa, a joint initiative of the Open Society Foundation for South Africa and the Open Society Justice Initiative, held a workshop on strengthening police accountability and improving...
Open Society Justice Initiative's 2003 Activities Report
The report provides information on the program's six areas of engagement—national criminal justice, international justice, freedom of information and expression, equality and citizenship, anticorruption, and legal capacity development—on four...
The Rights of Noncitizens: A Discussion Among Global Advocates
Advocates and nongovernmental organizations from around the world gathered to discuss the pressing vulnerabilities suffered by noncitizens at a conference hosted by the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Standards for the Treatment of Victims and Witnesses in Cambodia's Extraordinary Chambers
International standards for the treatment of victims and witnesses in proceedings before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, as presented by the Working Group on the Extraordinary Chambers and the Open Society Justice Initiative.
Freedom of Information Law in Latin America
In an effort to promote laws protecting freedom of information and expression in Latin America, the Open Society Justice Initiative brought together lawyers and activists from across the Americas to develop litigation and advocacy strategies.
Reforming Legal Aid in Lithuania
An international conference organized by the Open Society Justice Initiative and others delivered a report on reforming the legal aid system in Lithuania.
The Strasbourg Court's Finding of Race Discrimination in Nachova vs. Bulgaria: the Consequences for Spain
Remarks by James A. Goldston, executive director of the Open Society Justice Initiative, at a meeting organized by SOS Racismo and Amnesty International, Madrid, April 17, 2004.
Bringing the International Criminal Court to Countries of the Southern Caucasus
A workshop on the ratification and implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court in the countries of the Southern Caucasus, organized by the Open Society Justice Initiative.