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We act as the administrative and operational headquarters for a number of Open Society initiatives.
The Open Society Institute–Budapest also guides programs and grantmaking for the Open Society Roma Initiatives, which seeks to improve the situation of the Roma in Central and Eastern Europe.

Open Society Institute–Budapest

The Open Society Institute–Budapest acts as the administrative and operational headquarters for a number of Open Society initiatives. The office also provides administrative, financial, and technical support to other parts of the Open Society Foundations.

The following initiatives have offices in Budapest: the At Home in Europe Project, Education Support Program, European Civil Liberties Project, Global Drug Policy Program, Information Program, International Higher Education Support Program, Human Rights Initiative, Hungary Project, Making the Most of EU Funds for Roma, Media Program, Open Society Justice Initiative, Public Health Program, Roma Initiatives Office, Think Tank Fund, and Youth Initiative.

The Open Society Institute–Budapest is located in the Central European University complex, and its programs often share resources with the university.