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The Rising Tide: Freedom of Information in Southeast Europe

The Open Society Justice Initiative brought together Croatian political figures, activists, and experts from throughout Europe to secure support for the creation of a Croatian freedom of information law, and to discuss the recent emergence of...

July 2003
First page of PDF with filename: croatia_20030322.pdf
Report

Combining Learning and Legal Aid: Clinical Legal Education in Africa

At the first All-Africa Colloquium on Clinical Legal Education, organized by the Open Society Justice Initiative, legal clinicians and university faculty from all over the continent came together to examine the function of legal clinics and...

June 28, 2003
First page of PDF with filename: southafrica_20030628.pdf
Report

Combating Discrimination in Russia: Strategies for Lawyers and NGOs

In order to combat discrimination in Russia the Open Society Justice Initiative convened a workshop in Moscow.

January 29, 2003
First page of PDF with filename: russia_20030129.pdf
Briefing Paper

Briefing Paper: The Trial of Dominic Ongwen at the ICC: Closing Statements

This paper summarizes the main issues in the trial of Dominic Ongwen, a former commander in the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel group, including evidence presented by the prosecution, defense, and victims’ representatives.

March 2020
First page of PDF with filename: ICCOngwen-closing-statements.pdf
Briefing Paper

Universal Jurisdiction Law and Practice in Finland

The principle of universal jurisdiction allows national courts to investigate and prosecute international crimes committed on foreign territory by foreign nationals. This briefing paper provides an overview of Finland's legal framework on universal jurisdiction and was produced in partnership with TRIAL International.

February 2020
First page of PDF with filename: universal-jurisdiction-law-and-practice-finland.pdf
Briefing Paper

Universal Jurisdiction Law and Practice in Sweden

The principle of universal jurisdiction allows national courts to investigate and prosecute international crimes committed on foreign territory by foreign nationals. This briefing paper provides an overview of Sweden's legal framework on universal jurisdiction and was produced in partnership with TRIAL International.

April 2020
First page of PDF with filename: universal-jurisdiction-law-and-practice-sweden.pdf
Project

Ethnic Profiling

We work with police, activists, and community leaders across multiple European countries to document systemic ethnic profiling by police officers and to put a stop to abuses through new frameworks and policies.

Publication

Monitoring Atrocity Crimes Trials: A Guide

This guide provides guidance on observing and reporting on international criminal trials, including guidance on what to monitor, how to convey important information, and how to reach key audiences.

March 2020
First page of PDF with filename: atrocity_guide_full-03192020.pdf
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