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The Open Society Institute has announced the launch of the Open Society Fellowship

The Fellowship will enable outstanding individuals from around the world — journalists, activists, academics, practitioners — to work on projects that inspire meaningful public debate, shape policy, and inform the thinking and activities of the Open Society Institute and the Soros foundations.

Fellows’ projects may include books, articles, documentary films, online media, and efforts to seed new campaigns and organizations.

The Fellowship, directed by Leonard Benardo, focuses on four areas: National Security and the Open Society; Citizenship, Membership and Marginalization; Strategies and Tools for Advocacy and Citizen Engagement; and Understanding Authoritarianism. OSI may also support a limited number of projects that fall outside these areas but are within the scope of OSI’s mission

Fellows will receive competitive stipends, communications assistance, and access to OSI’s networks of partners and grantees. Most Fellowships will be awarded for one year but longer or shorter durations may be considered. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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