The Asia Pacific Regional Office works on issues of democracy, access to justice, community rights, and inclusive development.
Through grants and exhibitions, the Documentary Photography Project supports photography to engage and mobilize people around issues of justice and human rights.
The Early Childhood Program promotes the healthy development of young children through parent and community engagement, professional development, and government accountability.
The Economic Advancement Program empowers vulnerable people and communities in the transformation of economies.
The Education Support Program works to make the right to education meaningful by combating inequality and discrimination in education and exposing structural inequalities that reproduce education disadvantage and exclusion.
The Eurasia Program advance democratic governance and accountability through grantmaking, advocacy and research, regional initiatives, and close engagement with local foundations.
The Fiscal Governance Program works to ensure that public resources are used efficiently, effectively, and accountably to benefit those who need them most.
Prohibition-based policies have led to a rise in drug-related violence, prison overcrowding, and an increase in HIV epidemics. The Global Drug Policy Program supports organizations that put forward alternatives.
The Higher Education Support Program fosters innovation in educational technologies and supports institutions in extending access to marginalized populations, particularly refugees.
The Human Rights Initiative helps ensure that people can exercise their rights and seek redress for violations by supporting the strength and vitality of the global human rights movement.
The Program on Independent Journalism supports a free and safe environment for journalism to flourish, while seeking to strengthen investigative reporting and knowledge sharing in the field.
The Information Program works to increase access to knowledge, empower civil society groups, and protect civil liberties in the digital environment.
The International Migration Initiative seeks to address systemic exploitation, discrimination, and violence against migrants at every stage of their journey.
The Open Society Fellowship selects leading practitioners in journalism, advocacy, public policy, academia, and the arts who are able to engage productively with the Foundations.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe aims to contribute to more vibrant and legitimate democracies in the European Union by supporting the activists and civil society organizations confronting Europe’s many challenges.
Through litigation, advocacy, research, and technical assistance, the Open Society Justice Initiative promotes human rights and builds legal capacity for open societies.
The Open Society Presidential Fellowship is awarded yearly to recent graduates from law, public policy, and business schools.
The Open Society Youth Fellowship supports young activists and organizers as thought-leaders and allies in crafting solutions and new youth-focused approaches to open society challenges.
The Public Health Program works to strengthen the capacity of marginalized populations to advocate for better health policies and practices. We also push for greater government accountability in health care.
The Roma Initiatives Office provides grants, fellowships, and training to stimulate Roma community participation and active citizenship, empower Roma women and youth, and combat anti-Roma discrimination.
The Open Society Scholarship Programs aim to promote critical thinking, free and open intellectual inquiry, and cross-cultural tolerance and respect.
U.S. Programs supports efforts to advance equality, fairness, and justice with a focus on the most vulnerable and marginalized communities and the most significant threats to open society in the United States today.
Through grant making and advocacy, the Women’s Rights Program supports efforts to strengthen women’s rights organizations and movements, advance sexual and reproductive rights and justice, and promote economic rights.