GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS
Grant Search Results
The Roma Initiatives Office invites interested nongovernmental organizations to apply for funding to advance the rights and integration of Roma.
The Burma Project/Southeast Asia Initiative focuses on open society issues throughout Southeast Asia.
The Central Eurasia Project provides grants to international and regional organizations working on democratic governance, respect for human rights and rule of law, and transparency and accountability projects in the region.
The Civil Service Awards provide fellowships for master’s degree study, offering professional training and development to public sector employees engaged in policy analysis and implementation in Georgia and Moldova.
This program offers scholarships for graduate students in the Balkans and the Transcaucasian and Central Asian countries of the former Soviet Union.
The Disability Rights Scholarship Program provides disability rights advocates and lawyers the expertise to develop new legislation, jurisprudence, and impact litigation through LLM awards.
The Drugs, Security and Democracy (DSD) fellowship program supports research on drug policy, citizen security and democratic governance in Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Open Society Foundations invites proposals from organizations interested in advancing existing advocacy efforts to address torture in health care and ensure government accountability.
The Freedom of Communication Initiative’s goal is to advance policies that protect free expression, privacy and due process in the new communications environment.
Global Faculty Grants Program offers awards for mid-career and senior level faculty from select countries of the former Soviet Union, the Middle East, Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Nepal to visit Western universities.
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 Governance of Genetic Information Initiative works to protect the basic rights of individuals and vulnerable populations affected by the proliferation of genetic monitoring technologies.
A collaboration between the Open Society Foundations Information Program and the Human Rights and Governance Grants Program that focuses on human rights organizations and their use of data.
The Human Rights and Governance Grants Program supports more than 100 human rights–related organizations across Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and Mongolia from its Human Rights Fund.
We invite recent graduates of masters and LL.M. programs in the social sciences, law, and humanities to apply for this opportunity to gain experience in the field of human rights, government accountability, or penal reform.
This new program supports those working in sectors related to drug policy in order to improve their advocacy and communications skills.
The National Security and Human Rights Campaign provides grants to U.S.-based organizations working to promote progressive national security policies that respect human rights, civil liberties, and the rule of law.
The Information Program cooperates with an international network of Legal Information Institutes that work with governments, courts and law societies to collate law corpuses and make them freely available online.
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 masters' degrees at Maastricht and Aarhus Universities to scholars from Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.