GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS
Grant Search Results
The Academic Fellowship Program supports promising local scholars and assists progressive universities in Southeastern Europe and Central Asia.
The Access to Essential Medicines Initiative seeks motivated candidates in Eastern Europe and Central Asia for this 18-month, part-time fellowship.
This program offers grants to Scholarship Programs alumni to build on the knowledge they have gained during their fellowships and make positive contributions in their home countries.
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.
Current Issues in Comparative Education is seeking papers analyzing initiatives that promote and/or have resulted in progressive social change.
The Central Asia and Caucasus Research and Training Initiative builds individual capacity and networks of support for original research by young university-based academics in their home environment.
Hivos and the Arts & Culture Program of the Open Society Foundations invite project proposals for the Central Asia Pavilion to be realized within the framework of the 55th International Art Exhibition—Venice Biennale 2013.
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.
This program offers scholarships for graduate students in the Balkans and the Transcaucasian and Central Asian countries of the former Soviet Union.
The Open Society Disability Rights Initiative supports efforts to reform legal frameworks and policies to make the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities a reality.
This program provides the research and teaching qualifications to individuals from Georgia and Kyrgyzstan who are positioned to become leading scholars in social work, public health, education, and psychology.
The Faculty Development Fellowship is a nondegree program that encourages faculty to generate innovative approaches to curricular and pedagogical reform.
The Global Criminal Justice Fund provides support to national campaigns that combine monitoring, legal defense and advocacy to catalyze new policy debates.
The Global Debates program encourages youth to engage in reasoned discussion about issues important to their lives and to call for positive change around the world.
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 Human Rights and Governance Grants Program promotes public participation in, and oversight of, governmental activity in Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Mongolia.
The HESP Mobility Program offers support for visits to/from a HESP network institution by students in higher education institutions in Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Mongolia.
The Open Society Justice Initiative Fellows Program aims to support and further develop a network of lawyers and activists working on human rights issues internationally.
The Open Society Foundations seek to empower LGBTI communities to promote and defend their human rights.
The Moving Walls exhibition honors the brave and difficult work that photographers undertake globally in their visual documentation of complex social and political issues.