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Decade of Roma Inclusion: Challenging Centuries of Discrimination (Open Society News, Summer-Fall 2005)

September 1, 2005

This issue of Open Society News provides snapshots of where Europe's Roma communities stand in 2005. It covers some of Open Society Institute's continuing efforts to advance Roma rights and provide an overview of the recently launched "Decade of Roman Inclusion". A number of stories go beyond OSI and the Decade to explore the question of Roma identity and the challenges that integration can pose.

Critical philanthropy and power; Europe; Race and Philanthropy

Guidelines for Laws Affecting Civic Organizations: Prepared for the Open Society Institute in cooperation with the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law

January 1, 2004

This book, revised and enlarged since the first edition in 1997, provides guidance for creating or amending domestic laws that protect and regulate civic organizations. It establishes the framework for such laws in internationally recognized rights to freedom of expression, association, and peaceful assembly. It is intended as a resource for the expanding global civic sector, which includes everything from advocacy groups for the environment to associations of opera aficionados, from women's rights groups to gardening clubs.

Enabling environment and civic space

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