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.
eduRoma-Roma Education Project2017$1,910Description
Institutional development 2016/2017 - Part 2
Gitanas Feministas por la Diversidad2017$25,000Description
First Roma Feminist Congress/Spain
Central Council of German Sinti and Roma2017$184,120Description
Advocating the German Foreign and Development Cooperation Policy with regard to Roma and Antigypsyism
KALI ZOR: Association for Promotion of the Young Roma Community2017$15,990Description
Roma pride School
National Roma Centrum2017$160,000Description
Institutional development 2017/2018
NGO Public Television2017$60,000Description
to provide support for a special discretionary fund for the CEO, to update and enhance the organization’s website to provide increased access for free to a larger audience to the organization’s independent and non-partisan news content that is not otherwise available to the public in order to further the charitable and educational work of NGO Public Television
World Without Borders Association2017$171,705Description
ALL-IN FOR A STRONG EQUAL START
NGO Young Roma2016$79,421Description
United support for Roma inclusion trough transparent and sustainable public policies.
Asia Catalyst Inc.2016$40,000Description
to provide support for a special discretionary fund for the Executive Director, in order to enhance her ability to further the charitable and educational work of Asia Catalyst.
Campana Global por la Libertad de Expresion A 19 A.C.2016$60,000Description
to provide support for a special discretionary fund for the Executive Director, in order to enhance her ability to further the charitable and educational work of Article 19-Mexico.