Justice Initiative Fellows Newsletter, October 2004
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Date of origin: 14 October 2004
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October 14, 2004


New Fellows, 2004-2005

Justice Initiative Fellows at the Central European University, Budapest

PILI/Justice Initiative Public Interest Law Fellows at Columbia University School of Law

Human Rights Fellows Program for Angola and Mozambique, 2004-2005

Fellows Activities and Updates

The Sutyajnik Update
by Anton Burkov

News from GONG-Croatia
by Ivna Bajsic

KOLUMBUS: Protecting the Rights of People with Mental Illness
by Lucie Ripova

Protection of the Rights of People with Disabilities in the Russian Federation
by Roman Javoronkov

The Legal Forum Association: Freedom of Peaceful Assembly Protection in Kyrgyzstan
by Yuri Shentsov

News from the Liberty Institute
by Giorgi Meladze

The Center for Citizenship, Civil and Human Rights Update-Progress in Anti-discrimination Jurisprudence
by Barbora Bukovska

Fellows' Stories

Down Broadway Toward ... or the Tragic Events Through the Eyes of a Russian Volunteer by Anton Burkov

Report on the Human Rights and Public Interest Law Fellows Retreat 2004

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The Open Society Justice Initiative, an operational program of the Open Society Institute (OSI), pursues law reform activities grounded in the protection of human rights, and contributes to the development of legal capacity for open societies. The Justice Initiative combines litigation, legal advocacy, technical assistance, and the dissemination of knowledge to secure advances in five priority areas: national criminal justice, international justice, freedom of information and expression, equality and citizenship, and anticorruption. Its offices are in Abuja, Budapest, and New York.

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