GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS
Grant Search Results
The Open Society Foundations offer grants for projects tackling social issues in Hungary's Northern Great Plain and Southern Transdanubia.
The Soros Justice Fellowships fund outstanding individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, spur debate, and catalyze change on a range of issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system.
The Open Society Foundations offer grants for arts and cultural projects in Budapest.
The Open City Fellowship supports the leadership of refugees and migrants in policy development in five cities: Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, and Brussels.
The Human Rights and Drug Policy Workshop will examine the connection between drug policy, human rights, and public health.
The Changing the Narrative on Roma in Healthcare Settings seminar will be held on October 24-26, 2017, in Ohrid, Macedonia.
The Civil Society Leadership Awards (CSLA) provides fully-funded scholarships for master’s degree study to individuals who clearly demonstrate a deep commitment to leading positive social change in their communities.
The Open Society Foundations will award individual grants to former senior-level government officials and staff who have played a significant role in advancing social change.
The Open Society Public Health Program calls for letters of intent from organizations, informal groups, and networks in select countries to apply for funding to change dominant narratives about sex workers.
The Open Society Education Support Program invites project proposals from Hungarian civil society organizations that aim to work towards community cohesion and a strengthened, more vocal grassroots educational civil society.
This grant aims to promote a police service that is representative of the diversity present in the population it polices and to develop increased trust in police worthiness.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe invites proposals from civil society organizations, or their consortia, that aim to expose, disrupt, and effectively change instances of particularistic governance models.
Open Society Youth Exchange Fellowship supports young persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to implement a project that advances human rights anywhere in the United States.
The Open Society Documentary Photography Project is soliciting submissions for a new joint exhibition and grant opportunity for Moving Walls 24, opening in October 2017 at Open Society Foundations–New York.
The Civil Society Scholar Awards support international academic mobility to enable doctoral students and university faculty to access resources that enrich socially engaged research and critical scholarship.
The Program on Independent Journalism supports promising initiatives led by individuals or collectives that strive to improve their journalism under difficult circumstances or in moments of great opportunity.
The Open Society Community Youth Fellowships supports dynamic activists aged 18–25 who want to implement a project of their own design that advances human rights in underserved communities.
The Roma Initiatives Office invites Roma and pro-Roma organizations to apply for advocacy grants aimed at keeping civil society involved in the implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of EU financial assistance.
The Open Society Fellowship is designed to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges.
The Open Society Foundations invite local fraternal and sororal police associations in the United States to submit proposals for projects to increase trust between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve.