The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and inclusive democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens. The vast majority of the grants made by Open Society are to organizations, but we also award a limited number of grants to individuals, primarily through scholarships and fellowships offered across a number of different programs.
European Movement UK2017$245,572Description
to support a public campaign to make a positive case for Britain to remain in the European Union
To support policy advocacy on Arizona’s ballot measure process
International Service for Human Rights2017$150,000Description
to support the knowledge-sharing and coordination efforts of HRCNet’s member NGOs to work towards improved human rights outcomes through an annual convening and establishment of the HRCNet coordinator position in Geneva
AIDS Access Foundation2017$120,000Description
to promote access to HCV diagnosis and treatment with PEG-INF/RBV and new HCV DAAs for people with HCV infection in Thailand in a comprehensive and sustainable manner
ISAIAH will construct a rapid-response system that can push back against hatred and build a multi-racial, cross-class resistance to racist and discriminatory policies.
Maryland Professionals for Quality Addiction Services, Inc.2017$170,000Description
to provide general support
Network of Education Policy Centers (NEPC)2017$150,000Description
to provide general support to NEPC.
to build collaborative journalism networks through the Grantee's "Checking Hate" initiative
People for the American Way2017$125,000Description
To support advocacy on judicial and executive nominations
SUNY Impact Foundation2017$114,841Description
The SUNY Impact Foundation will provide both preventative training and emergency relief for hate crime victims and affected campus communities.