Who is the leader of Open Society Foundation?

Open Society Foundations

Founded April 1993
Location 224 West 57th Street, Manhattan, New York City
Key people George Soros, chairman Mark Malloch-Brown, president Alexander Soros, global board deputy chair
Endowment $19,590,570,302
Website www.opensocietyfoundations.org

Who are members of the Open Society Foundation?

Global Board

  • Leon Botstein. Global Board Member.
  • Maria Cattaui. Global Board Member.
  • Andrea Soros Colombel. Global Board Member.
  • Anatole Kaletsky. Global Board Member.
  • Ivan Krastev. Global Board Member.
  • Mark Malloch-Brown. President.
  • Shalini Randeria. Global Board Member.
  • István Rév. Global Board Member.

How is OSF funded?

The Open Society Foundations (OSF; formally Open Society Institute) is a private grantmaking foundation created and funded by billionaire financier and liberal philanthropist George Soros….Grants from OSF.

Justice Reform & The Rule Of Law $89.6M 15.26%
Cross Thematic $12.8M 2.18%
Total $587.1M

What is the meaning of open society?

Open society (French: société ouverte) is a term coined by French philosopher Henri Bergson in 1932 and describes a dynamic system inclined to moral universalism. Bergson suggests that if all traces of civilization were to disappear, the instincts of the closed society for including or excluding others would remain.

When was George Soros born?

August 12, 1930 (age 91 years)
George Soros/Date of birth

What is an example of a open society?

Democracies are examples of the “open society”, whereas totalitarian dictatorships, theocracy, and autocratic monarchies are examples of the “closed society”. Humanitarianism, equality and political freedom are fundamental characteristics of an open society.

What does the Open Society believe?

The Open Society Foundations work to promote economic development that advances social and racial justice, sustainability, and democracy.