GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS
Grant Search Results
The Open Society Fellowship is designed to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges.
This rapid-response initiative of the Open Society Foundations aims to support, protect, and empower those who are targets of hateful acts and rhetoric.
Applications are now being accepted for graduate scholarships at Central European University.
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.
Fellows pursue work related to human rights, good governance, and justice through an 11-month residence within the Office of the President at the Open Society Foundations.
The Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa invites applications from pro-democracy organizations in the region.
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 Open Society Institute–Baltimore’s Criminal and Juvenile Justice Program seeks to end overreliance on incarceration, which disproportionately affects the poor and individuals in communities of color.
The Open Society Institute–Baltimore seeks to ensure universal access to treatment services for all in need regardless of income or insurance status.
The Open Society Institute-Baltimore aims to increase the knowledge and skills of Baltimore’s children and youth through improved public education and enhanced after-school and summer programs.
The Burma Project prioritizes grants to organizations working directly in Burma, and those supporting marginalized communities including ethnic minorities, women, and youth.
The Latin America Program of the Open Society Foundations focuses its funding on four issue areas: accountability and transparency, policy debate and dialogue, human rights, and citizen security.
The Open Society Mental Health Initiative supports community-based alternatives to institutionalization for people with disabilities, and policies that promote their social inclusion.
The Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance seeks to educate future leaders who can integrate practical field experience and local knowledge with state-of-the-art research in policy development and implementation.
The goal of the Hungary Project is to build broader and deeper constituencies for open society in Hungary.
The Roma Initiatives Office offers grants for timely actions that promote structural change for the benefit of Roma or respond to anti-Roma events.