GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS
Grant Search Results
The Open Society Think Tank Fund requests proposals for organizational development grants from independent, multi-issue think tanks in Eastern Europe.
The Open Society Fellowship is designed to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges.
Applications are now being accepted for master’s and doctoral scholarships at Central European University.
The Open Society Think Tank Fund invites proposals from think tanks, policy research organizations, and advocacy groups for projects on using data for policy-relevant research and evidence-based advocacy.
We invite letters of intent from organizations to do monitoring and advocacy on Roma health in Romania.
The program offers recent MA and PhD graduates in the social sciences and humanities an opportunity to gain first-hand policy research and advocacy experience at think tanks in Europe and the former Soviet Union.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe offers support to initiatives that counter structural discrimination affecting Roma and the trickle down effects this has on wider society.
The Roma Initiatives Office invites proposals for projects that will provide opportunities for re-imagining identities among Roma between the ages of 20 and 35.
The Paruvipe Grants Program supports advocacy campaigns in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Romania aimed at influencing public decision-making, service delivery, and state responses to acts of hate.
The Audience Engagement Grant supports photographers who go beyond documenting human rights or social justice issues to enacting change.
The Roma Initiatives Office offers one-year fellowships for talented individuals committed to Roma advocacy who will pursue innovative and unconventional approaches.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe offers support to initiatives that counter structural discrimination affecting Muslims and the effects this has on wider society.
We invite project proposals to create favorable conditions for Roma in four South Eastern European countries: Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Croatia.
The awards enable doctoral students and university faculty to access resources essential to their professional development as a scholar, teacher, or public intellectual.
The Statelessness Summer Course offers a unique opportunity to learn about and reflect on the challenge that statelessness presents in the international system.
The Roma Policy Research Fellowship Program supports young Roma MA and PhD graduates from selected European countries to develop new skills under the guidance of experienced research staff at mainstream think tanks.
This course, which runs from July 14 to 23, aims to explore the often tense intersection between drug policy and human rights.
The At Home in Europe project offers support to initiatives that increase the participation of minority and marginalized groups, particularly those of Somali origin and descent, in seven European cities.
Internships in the European Commission are available for young Roma university graduates from selected European countries.
The Roma Initiatives Office invites applications from Romani women university graduates who are committed to engaging in Romani women’s rights work.