The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant 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.
Unidos por la Justicia, Asociación Civil2017$11,000Description
Unmet Legal Needs national study in Argentina
to produce and disseminate Obi's Nightmare comic book
Generation 2.0 for Rights, Equality and Diversity2016$240,100Description
Pan African Climate Justice Alliance2016$181,882Description
Strengthening capacity of Pastoralists organizations to engage in climate change processes at national & regional levels
Federación Nacional de Asociaciones de Mujeres Gitanas Kamira2016$94,146Description
Defending Victims: ensuring effective access to justice project continuation
Central European University2016$80,000Description
This grant covered the organization of the second Legal Empowerment Leadership Course which took place from Monday, October 10 to Friday, October 14, 2016.
Stichting Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion2016$49,956Description
to strengthen understanding and awareness of statelessness as a human rights and development issue, through a series of knowledge building and sharing activities at regional and global levels
Central European University2016$34,000Description
to fund the fifth year of a Summer Course on Human Rights Litigation with the aim of developing skills and thinking in the field of public interest litigation and using legal to bring about policy change.
to support the War Crimes Research Office to strengthen accountability for serious international crimes through research and capacity building
Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, Poland2016$1,325,000Description
to provide general support