Open Society Foundations (OSF), formerly the Open Society Institute, is an international grantmaking network founded by business magnate George Soros. The OSF has branches in 37 countries.
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OSF has been a major financial supporter of U.S. immigration reform, including a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants, and net neutrality.
Three years ago, a Supreme Court ruling paved the way for gay marriage. [...] “I really do believe [the Supreme Court ruling] is the domino that is going to tip over the rest of the dominoes,” Wilson Cruz, an LGBT activist, told CNN at the time. “Do not get in the way of this train, because it will run you over.” To ensure things ran full-steam ahead, billionaire George Soros, through his Foundation to Promote Open Society, dedicated at least $2.7 million to the cause that year, according to his tax returns.
Open Society Foundations [...] orchestrated a well-funded attempt to secure a desired outcome in a U.S. Supreme Court case on illegal immigration enforcement, according to a newly discovered memo between the organization’s top U.S. officials and board members.
Liberal billionaire George Soros gave former Vice President Al Gore’s environmental group millions of dollars over three years to create a “political space for aggressive U.S. action” on global warming, according to leaked documents. [...] OSI didn’t only plan to fund Gore’s climate group to promote global warming policies in the U.S., OSI also planned on giving millions of dollars to spur the "youth climate movement."
✡ George Soros (Business)
Human Rights Campaign ⁕ (Business)
Media Matters for America ⁕ (Business)
✡ Alexander Soros (Business)
Andrea Soros Colombel (Business)
Bend the Arc ⁕ (Business)
Political Critique ⁕ (Business)
Amalipe Center ⁕ (Business)
European Grassroots Antiracist Movement (EGAM) ⁕ (Business)
UNITED for Intercultural Action ⁕ (Politics)
Robin Wood (Business)
Media Diversity Institute ⁕ (Business)
United Nations Alliance of Civilisations (UNAOC) ⁕ (Business)
Bernd Kasparek (Business)
Welcome To Europe (W2EU) ⁕ (Business)
Gay–straight Alliance ⁕ (Business)
Migration Policy Group (MPG) ⁕ (Business)
Stichting Platform Islamitische Org. Rijnmond ⁕ (Business)
Associazione Lesbica e Gay Italiana (Arcigay) ⁕ (Business)
Collectif contre l'Islamophobie en France (CCIF) ⁕ (Business)
European Democracy Lab ⁕ (Business)
Ulrike Guérot (Business)
Andreas Hieronymus (Business)
Open Society Policy Center ⁕ (Business)
Expo Foundation (Stiftelsen Expo) ⁕ (Business)
Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good ⁕ (Business)
Martina Anderson (Business)
Milica Pesic (Business)
Sławomierz Szierzaksi (Business)
Claire Fernandez (Business)
Kahina Rabahi (Business)
European Council on Foreign Relations ⁕ (Business)
Amadeu Antonio Foundation ⁕ (Business)
Open Estonia Foundation ⁕ (Business)
Kristine Garina (Business)
Foundation for an Open Society DOTS ⁕ (Business)
Ieva Morica (Politics)
Carl Bildt (Business)
ProPublica ⁕ (Business)
Atviros Lietuvos Fondas ⁕ (Business)
SOS Méditerranée ⁕ (Business)
✡ Sasha Polakow-Suransky (Business)
Providus ⁕ (Business)
National Democratic Institute ⁕ (Business)
CEJI - A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe ⁕ (Business)
Policy Association For An Open Society ⁕ (Business)
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