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.
AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa2017$74,995Description
Establishment of the Southern African Drug Policy Reform and Harm Reduction Network
Church World Service2017$79,600Description
to generate knowledge about the specific impact that incarceration has on children and youth in Latin America whose parents are in prison for minor drug offenses
eduRoma-Roma Education Project2017$1,910Description
Institutional development 2016/2017 - Part 2
Harm Reduction International2017$71,600Description
to support the participation of 25 delegates/speakers working on key issues related to drug policy reform at the International Harm Reduction Conference (Montreal, May 14-17, 2017). It will also support two specific conference sessions: a plenary session on drug reform and a parallel session on supply side issues.
Foundation of Polish Drug Policy Network2017$58,000Description
Institutional support 2017-2018
Gitanas Feministas por la Diversidad2017$25,000Description
First Roma Feminist Congress/Spain
Youth Organisations for Drug Action2017$14,820Description
European Youth Drug Policy Dialogue
Central Council of German Sinti and Roma2017$184,120Description
Advocating the German Foreign and Development Cooperation Policy with regard to Roma and Antigypsyism
Central European University2017$98,587Description
to support a four-day intensive training course on gender impacts of drug policy with specific attention to impact on women and girls, delivered at the School of Public Policy in Budapest June 26 to July 1, 2017.
International Society for the Study of Drug Policy2017$24,000Description
Participation of scholars of Asian drug policy reform in the 2017 annual conference