out of $357.1 Million
for all peace and security
Median Grant Size: $40,000
- Ford Foundation
- $1.1 M
- The International Development Research Centre
- $956.5 K
- Comic Relief
- $781.6 K
- Catalyst for Peace
- $688.6 K
- Carnegie Corporation of New York
- $684.2 K
- National Endowment for Democracy
- $603.2 K
- Foundation to Promote Open Society
- $580.0 K
- $334.6 K
- The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
- $136.0 K
- The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
- $125.0 K
- Stewart R. Mott Foundation
- $100.0 K
- Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
- $65.0 K
- Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.
- $50.0 K
- $35.6 K
- Foundation Open Society Institute - Switzerland
- $25.0 K
- Disability Rights Fund
- $25.0 K
- Ploughshares Fund
- $20.0 K
- Mensen met een Missie
- $19.9 K
- American Jewish World Service
- $10.3 K
- Skoll Global Threats Fund
- $10.0 K
- Akiba Uhaki Foundation
- $6.8 K
- Robert Bosch Stiftung, GmbH
- $5.3 K
Starting in 2014, the Open Society Foundations’ grants data is reported by and attributed to the individual legal entities that constitute the Foundations. Prior to 2014, grantmaking from these funders are collectively attributed to ‘Open Society Foundations’.
Funding for General Support13% $798,913 3 Grants = 7%
National Endowment for Democracy
awarded a grant for $39,600 to BIRN Bosnia and Herzegovina
To advance the process of transitional-justice and rule of law in Bosnia and Herzegovina by monitoring war crimes trials and producing daily coverage for the Justice Report online magazine, offering news and analysis on domestic war crimes trials, rule of law developments, past human rights abuses, and the impact these developments have on local communities.
Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
awarded a grant for $40,000 to Centro Para Accion Legal en Derechos Humanos
For general support of this organization, whose activities include promoting the rule of law by prosecuting cases at the national and international levels against high-level officials responsible for genocide and crimes against humanity.
The International Development Research Centre
awarded a grant for $583,728 to Belun
To conduct applied research to assess the legitimacy of the military and police in the eyes of different groups of Timorese and make policy recommendations for reforms.