GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS
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The Audience Engagement Grant supports photographers to take an existing body of work on a social justice or human rights issue and devise an innovative and effective way of using that work as a tool for social change.
This program offers scholarships for graduate students in the Balkans and the Transcaucasian and Central Asian countries of the former Soviet Union.
The Global Supplementary Grant Program offers support to doctoral students from select countries in Southeastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, Mongolia, the Middle East/North Africa, and South Asia.
The Moving Walls exhibition honors the brave and difficult work that photographers undertake globally in their visual documentation of complex social and political issues.
The Open Society Fellowship is designed to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges.
This program offers scholarships for European studies master’s degrees at Maastricht and Aarhus Universities to scholars from Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
The Open Society Foundations and Staffordshire University are offering outstanding students from Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Montenegro an opportunity to study at Staffordshire University (UK).
This scholarship provides outstanding students from Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Lebanon, Nepal, Palestine, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan an opportunity to study at the University of Essex (UK).
The Open Society Foundations/University of Nottingham Scholarships provide opportunities for independent postgraduate study in the UK for students from Azerbaijan, Indonesia, Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria.
The Open Society Foundations/University of Oxford scholarships enable outstanding students from Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia, Georgia, Kosovo, and Montenegro to pursue postgraduate study at the University of Oxford.
The Open Society Foundations offer a grant and training opportunity for documentary photographers from Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Pakistan.