Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Open Society Institute’s Grantmaking for the Southeast Asia Initiative

The Open Society Institute provides grants on open society issues throughout Southeast Asia, particularly in Burman and also in other countries where essential freedomes are threatened.

The Southeast Initiative makes grants to organizations that promote human rights, independent media, and civil society development in Cambodia, East Timor/Timor Leste, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam as well as regional projects in Southeast Asia.  

If you seek funding for Indonesia-specific projects, please visit the Yayasan TIFA website.

The following are the Southeast Asia Initiative’s current grantmaking priorities:
        Access to Justice;
        Independent Media Development and Access to Information;
        Civil Society Participation in Good Governance.

The deadline to submit applications every year is 15 January and 15 July. For more information, visit this link

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