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1 Soros's Open Society Returns More Focus to Fight Authoritarianism Around the Globe
2 Alexander Soros: We celebrate the identity, self-determination and unity of Roma, Open Society Foundations will always support them
3 Meeting the Demands of a Changing World
4 Who We Are
5 Director of Open Society Foundations-Armenia resigns
6 George Soros
7 Our Emergency Response to COVID-19
8 Offices & Foundations
9 Open Society Foundations announce $220 million to support organizations and leaders building power in Black communities across the US
10 Now Is the Time for Climate Action
11 Bard College Holds One Hundred Sixty-First Commencement on Saturday, May 29, 2021
12 What We Do
13 Open Society Foundations Announce 2020 Soros Justice Fellows
14 How We Fund
15 For a Just Recovery, Reform Sovereign Debt
16 History of the Open Society Foundations
17 Soros's Open Society Foundations calls for release of its staff member in Myanmar
18 Open Society Foundation
19 A Year Later, Here's How NYC's Immigrant Emergency Relief Funds Were Spent
20 Open Society Foundation Europe
21 Inside New York City's Biggest Financial Relief Effort for Undocumented Immigrants
22 Open Society Foundations Call for Immediate Release of OSM Staff Member in Myanmar
23 Open Society Foundations Taps Former UN Executive as Leader
24 Major “Transformation” Underway at OSF—Temporary Limits on Spending, Freeze on New Initiatives — Inside Philanthropy
25 Our Pandemic Response Must Center Racial Justice
26 Open Society Foundations Gives Bard $100 Million
27 Open Society to Increase Commitment to Global COVID-19 Response
28 Open Society Foundations, Salesforce Pledge Major Grants for Racial Justice (Grants Roundup)
29 Policies
30 Soros Philanthropic Group Demands Release of Staff Member Held in Myanmar
31 Heirs to Rockefeller fortune launch effort to slow oil and gas growth | TheHill
32 Farmers in Myanmar Call for Justice
33 Open Society Details Plans for $130 Million in Coronavirus Spending
34 Torture's Terrible Toll
35 Open Society Foundations Invest $100 Million in Bard College: Strengthening the Global Network
36 Why Uber's Loss Is a Win for Labor Rights
37 Soros's Open Society Employees Rebuke Management for Redirected Funds
38 Raytheon Technologies, Open Society Foundations Each Commit $500 Million Grants for Education
39 Myanmar suspects Soros-linked group helped coup opponents
40 Grants, Scholarships, and Fellowships from the Open Society Foundations
41 Q&A: Watching the Watchers during a Pandemic
42 Mark Malloch-Brown Tapped as President of Open Society Foundations
43 Q&A: A Groundbreaking Vision of Art and Humanity
44 Open Society in Latin America and the Caribbean
45 Fighting the Pandemic in Pakistan's Prisons
46 Q&A: Women Workers in Fast Fashion Demand Justice
47 Open Society Condemns Supreme Court Ruling that Denies First Amendment Rights and Hurts Fight against HIV/AIDS
48 Exclusive: Soros group pledges $20 million to pass Biden plan
49 A History of Anti-Asian Hate in the United States
50 The Open Society Foundations — and their enemies
51 President Biden Announces Key Administration Nominations in National Security
52 Patrick Gaspard to leave George Soros' Open Society Foundations
53 10 Lessons from HIV for the COVID-19 Response
54 The World Can Learn from Georgia's Experience with COVID-19
55 Mayor Lightfoot, The Resurrection Project, The Open Society Foundations Announce Up To $5 Million “Chicago Resiliency Fund”
56 Roma, Europe, and the Mission of Open Society
57 Q&A: Preaching Harm Reduction
58 Civil Society Voices Key to Yemenis' Push for Peace, Open
59 Q&A: How Marriage Equality Won in Costa Rica
60 Celebrating 10 Years of Investing in Roma Health
61 Open Arms in Eastern Kentucky
62 Defending Frontline Activists in South Africa
63 Privacy
64 The Open Society and its Enemies
65 George Soros to Invest $220 Million in U.S. Equality Groups
66 OSF Turns Its Attention to Climate Change, With a New Justice-Focused Initiative — Inside Philanthropy
67 Open Society President Patrick Gaspard on the Meaning of Citizenship
68 Facebook's Monopoly Power Threatens Democracy Itself
69 No, George Soros and his foundations do not pay people to protest
70 Has America had enough of war?
71 Covid-19 relief effort by Soros’s foundation is criticized by its own employees
72 Q&A: Fighting for Workers' Right to Data
73 George Soros Transfers Billions to Open Society Foundations
74 Two New Immigration Judges Announced for New York
75 Connor Smith
76 Open Society Foundations Announce 2019 Soros Justice Fellows
77 Supporting the Next Generation of Palestinian Human Rights Advocates
78 Embracing the Arts in an Era of Disruption
79 A Museum for and by Sex Workers
80 George Soros is not the mastermind behind startup news outlet the Missouri Independent
81 Climate change and human rights come together in new funder collaborative
82 Honoring a Social Justice Legend
83 Q&A: The COVID-19 Crisis in Mexico's Prisons
84 How George Soros Became The Right's Scapegoat
85 George Soros's Open Society Foundation and Sikh Coalition are ‘Joined at the Hip’
86 The Trump Administration's Unconscionable Refugee Policy
87 We Must Not Forget the Children of the Incarcerated
88 Myanmar junta targets George Soros’s philanthropic foundation
89 A Worldwide Movement for Domestic Workers
90 The real problem with Bill Gates and neoliberal optimism
91 Q&A: Revolutionizing Roma Representation
92 “We're More, and We're Not Afraid”
93 A Watershed for the Rights of People with Disabilities
94 George Soros' Open Society Foundations pulls out of Hungary
95 Russian Security Council Chief Links Soros to Efforts to Destabilise Nations Worldwide, Including US
96 How the 10 Biggest Foundations Changed in a Year of Covid — and What's Next
97 Tucson Grant Fund Gets Over $1M for Immigrant Financial Relief
98 Mapping the Open Society Network on Soros's 90th Birthday
99 Inspired by Landmark Report on Restitution, Foundation Puts $15 M. Toward Initiative Bringing Cultural Objects Back to Africa
100 MASK MANDATE relief — EVERETT MAYORAL RACE rumblings — BACK to high school in MAY