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The Open Society Fellowship is designed to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges.
This program brings together a multidisciplinary group of faculty and students to understand drug policies within a human rights framework.
The Audience Engagement Grant supports photographers who go beyond documenting human rights or social justice issues to enacting change.
The Open Society Documentary Photography Project is soliciting proposals for our next exhibition: Watching You, Watching Me: Photography in an Age of Surveillance.
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 Civil Society Leadership Awards offer master’s-level support to individuals who demonstrate academic and professional excellence as well as a deep commitment to building open society in their home communities.
The Disability Rights Scholarship Program provides LLM awards to disability rights advocates and lawyers to develop new legislation, jurisprudence, impact litigation, and scholarship.
Apply for a specialised week-long intensive training course on the problem of statelessness. This course, offered by Tilburg Law School, will focus on statelessness in South East Asia.
The Open Society Foundations offer a grant and training opportunity for documentary photographers from Central Asia, the South Caucasus, Afghanistan, Mongolia, and Pakistan.
The Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching is finalizing its decade-long activities and, as of 2013, no longer supporting new projects in the program’s original countries of operation.
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.
The Open Society Foundations seek submissions from civil society organizations on initiatives involving collaboration with law enforcement to improve the health and rights of people who use drugs or who engage in sex work.
The Access to Essential Medicines Initiative seeks motivated candidates in Eastern Europe and Central Asia for this 18-month, part-time fellowship.
The Academic Fellowship Program supports promising local scholars and assists progressive universities in Southeastern Europe and Central Asia.
The Burma Project prioritizes grants to organizations working directly in Burma, and those supporting marginalized communities including ethnic minorities, women, and youth.