Open Society Institute



The Open Society Foundations was established in 1979 by George Soros to help countries make the transition from communism.


The mission of the foundation is to work to build vibrant and tolerant society whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of the people. They seek to strengthen the rule of law, to shape public policies, to implement initiatives, and to build alliances across borders and continents.



Working in various parts of the world, the foundation places high priority on protecting and improving lives of people in marginalized communities.



Web Address

www.soros.org

Social Media Links

Facebook - www.facebook.com/OpenSocietyFoundations

Twitter - @opensociety

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Recent News from Open Society Institute


How George Soros Became The Right's Scapegoat
Foundation: Open Society Institute, Open Society Foundations

(As an aside, along with being financially successful and funding the ... than a dozen grants from the Kosovo Foundation for Open Society...more

Baltimore to restart COVID relief program, distributing debit cards to 15000 households
Foundation: Open Society Institute

However the alliance was reticent to enter into a contract using government rather than philanthropic funds, she said. The group instead donated...more

Busola Dakolo, Amy Jadesimi, Kiki Mordi, Mercy Chinwo, Apaokagi Maryam—here are Nigeria's ...
Foundation: MacArthur Foundation, Open Society Institute

From edTech entrepreneur -Titi Adewusi, who is using technology to help primary ... As a social change activist, Abimbola is committed to finding...more

Theatre Bay Area Announces New Board Leadership

... Marketing Operations and Strategy, Levi Strauss Americas; Janice E. Sager, Treasurer; Nonprofit Financial and Business Management...more

What Went Wrong (and Right) with Conservative Philanthropy
Foundation: Open Society Institute, Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

Conservatives have well-chronicled the philanthropic role in conservatism's successes. John J. Miller's 2003 Philanthropy Roundtable...more

Philanthropy in the Service of Democracy
Foundation: Open Society Institute, Atlantic Philanthropies

We must overhaul philanthropy to make it better serve democratic ends. ... Unlike the Carnegie-and-Rockefeller era, when enormous...more

Open Society Fellow named among United Way of MD's
Foundation: Open Society Institute

2017 OSI Community Fellow Shantell Roberts was recently named one of the United Way of Central Maryland's “Philanthropic Five” award winners. The awards are given to “five young professional...more

Less funding for youth-led organizations limits social change, Baltimore's Open Society Institute says
Foundation: Open Society Institute

Baltimore's philanthropic community should find ways to support organizations run by people younger than 30, the Open Society Institute's local office said Wednesday. Less than 1 percent of...more



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