The Open Society Institute offers European Commission internships for young Roma university graduates from all new EU member states (excluding Cyprus and Malta), Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Open Society Institute offers an internship program designed to give recent graduates in the social sciences, law, and humanities first-hand research experience in a human rights organization in Central/Eastern Europe or the former Soviet Union.
The Central Eurasia Project invites letters of inquiry from organizations active in the areas of labor migration, electricity and hydropower governance, and social, economic, and human rights. The deadline is July 16, 2010.
The OSI Think Tank Fund offers support to independent policy centers in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia to promote effective and accountable democratic governance.
OSI's Arts and Culture Program requests proposals from individuals and organizations that conduct research and explore Roma cultural and social identity in order to empower Roma and promote cultural inclusiveness.