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Awarded Grants

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.

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  • Avina Americas Inc.

    2016
    $950,000
    Description

    to support the ongoing work of the Central America and Mexico Migration Alliance (CAMMINA)

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    International Migration Initiative

    Term

    18 months

    Region

    Latin America & The Caribbean
    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Inc.

    2016
    $100,000
    Description

    to support an informational clearinghouse on international surrogacy

    Theme

    Health & Rights

    Referring Program

    Women's Rights Program

    Term

    2 years

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Funders Concerned About AIDS Inc.

    2016
    $100,000
    Description

    General Support

    Theme

    Health & Rights

    Referring Program

    Public Health Program

    Term

    2 years

    Region

    Global

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Human Rights First

    2016
    $250,000
    Description

    to support HRF's collaboration with veterans to speak out against anti-Muslim bigotry and in support of refugees

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Term

    1 year

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Fund for Policy Reform Inc.

  • Migration Policy Institute

    2016
    $1,173,750
    Description

    to provide general support

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    International Migration Initiative
    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    18 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Namati, Inc.

    2016
    $180,000
    Description

    to provide the Grantee's Syrian Refugees Empowerment program in Jordan with technical assistance to build the capacity of local partners in areas including developing common data collection systems, clarifying the role of community facilitators and their selection criteria, recruitment processes and supervision, and standardizing training methods and materials

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Arab Regional Office

    Term

    15 months

    Region

    Middle East, North Africa & Southwest Asia

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Proyecto de Derechos Economicos Sociales y Culturales, A.C. (ProDESC)

    2016
    $100,000
    Description

    to support the design and maintenance of RADAR, a Mexico-US program that seeks to fight the abuse of temporary migrant workers employed under H-2 visas during the recruitment process

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    International Migration Initiative

    Term

    18 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Reproductive Health Matters

    2016
    $100,000
    Description

    to provide general support

    Theme

    Health & Rights

    Referring Program

    Women's Rights Program

    Term

    2 years

    Region

    Global

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Violence Prevention Alliance

    2016
    $155,000
    Description

    to support a prospective study on a cohort of school-based adolescents to examine the effects of decriminalization of ganja/cannabis/marijuana and its use on the behavioral, health and other social outcomes whether positive or adverse. It will also examine the effects on the quality of lives of a cohort of youths after expungement of criminal records of minor ganja charges

    Theme

    Democratic Practice

    Referring Program

    Latin America Program

    Term

    1 year

    Region

    Latin America & The Caribbean

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

    2016
    $120,000
    Description

    to challenge the conventional wisdom about the drivers of violence in Central America’s Northern Triangle by highlighting the diverse origins of the violence that go beyond the traditional “war on drugs” narrative

    Theme

    Democratic Practice

    Referring Program

    Latin America Program

    Term

    2 years

    Region

    Latin America & The Caribbean

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

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