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.
Affected Women's Forum2017$24,138Description
Protecting Women’s Rights and Uplifting them under the Changing Scenario of Justice and Constitution in Sri Lanka
Anis - Instituto de Bioetica, Direitos Humanos e Genero2017$140,000Description
to provide program support to implement a plan on the Zika crisis, citizenship and human rights in Brazil
Women Help Women2017$150,000Description
to support the work of Women Help Women in using telemedicine and community access programs to facilitate women’s access to reliable information and safe abortion while building a network of activists
Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights - Kenya2017$215,000Description
to support resilient women’s movements and women-led civil society sectors and activists to protect civic spaces in Africa, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Latin America.
International Campaign for Safe Abortion
For Equal Rights NGO2017$24,732Description
Promoting Gender Equality in Armenia
to enhance the curricula, training, and research on gender analysis of the economy by sharing the experience of the AU Economics Department’s Program of Gender Analysis in Economics
Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era2017$350,000Description
to provide program support grant for DAWN's Political Economy of Globalization program.
The Women's Budget Group2017$111,181Description
to increase the awareness of the role that civil society organisations can play in scrutinizing budgets from a gender perspective using learnings from the experience of the UK Women’s Budget Group
Equipo Latinoamericano de Justicia y Genero Asociacion Civil2017$100,000Description
Taking care seriously: advancing strategies to promote shared social responsibility towards care