The Open Society Foundation support a vast array of projects in more than 120 countries, providing thousands of grants every year through a network of national and regional foundations and offices.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe supports a range of groups across Europe that promote fundamental political and personal rights and challenge discrimination and abuse. This included supporting the 2017 launch of Liberties, a Berlin-based organization that seeks to give national civil liberty organizations a coordinated voice on Europe-wide issues. The Open Society Justice Initiative has worked across Europe to challenge racially discriminatory practices, including in policing, through research and advocacy and through litigation before both national courts and the European Court of Human Rights.
TSA is is implementing a few projects funded by The Open Society Initiative for Europe:
- We Care project - The project aims to improve access by infants and mothers from Roma communities to services that support early childhood development. To achieve this, the project brings together the efforts of 18 civil society organizations to advocate, vis-à-vis governmental institutions, for more accessible services in support of vulnerable families with children aged 0-3. Find more about the project here: http://socialachievement.org/en/what-we-do/funded-projects/FF/we-care-project/
- Romani Early Yearly Ears Network in Bulgaria - The Romany Early Years Network (REYN) coordinate in Bulgaria by the Foundation "Trust for Social achievement". The network serves the specialists in the field of early childhood development working with Roma children and assisted raising the quality of services for children at an early age from the Roma community in Bulgaria. Find more about the project here: http://socialachievement.org/en/what-we-do/funded-projects/ELC/reyn/