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.
Affiliated Reproductive Health Clinics, Inc.2017$14,953Description
Affiliated Reproductive Health Clinics will improve security at a reproductive health rights clinic serving Nebraska and surrounding states.
Media Foundation of Sparkasse Leipzig2017$11,360Description
17- Conference: Promoting dialogue between the European Court of Human Rights and the media freedom community
National Center on Philanthropy and the Law Inc.2017$10,000Description
to support the recruitment, outreach, and administration of the NCPL Fellowship Program
Youth Organisations for Drug Action2017$14,820Description
European Youth Drug Policy Dialogue
Wilton Park Executive Agency2017$15,000Description
17- Conference Fake News: innocuous or intolerable?
New Venture Fund2017$10,000Description
to support a continued conversation on and forge strategy around, the Encyclical
Proteus Fund, Inc.2017$15,000Description
to support the efforts of the Emergent Fund, a fund managed by the Grantee, to provide rapid response support to grassroots organizations in communities of color to counter the post-election wave of hate and intolerance that has targeted individuals based on their race, ethnicity, LGBTQ status, or religion
Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health2017$15,000Description
to support community education, coalition building, and policy advocacy to support the creation of a legal safe drug consumption space in Baltimore
Strategic Actions for a Just Economy2017$15,000Description
Strategic Actions for a Just Economy will prevent and address hate and discriminatory housing practices against immigrants in South Los Angeles.
MAP Kibera Trust2017$10,000Description
Scaling up Community Mapping and Citizen Journalism in Kenya