Open Society Georgia Foundation is the donor organizations of one of the projects. Since January 2011 the project “Virtual Platform: Rethinking the Soviet Past” of Soviet Past Research Laboratory has been working with the financial support of the foundation.
"The Open Society Georgia Foundation (OSGF) is a member of the Open Society Institute Network, which was founded by the New York-based Open Society Institute in 1994.
The OSGF is committed to the development of democracy and civil society. The OSGF advocates for citizens' interests, and supports measures that enhance the protection of human rights and respect for diversity of opinion.
Along with other donor institutions, the OSGF has greatly contributed to the development of civil society and the media in Georgia. The OSGF has implemented projects and backed initiatives and innovative approaches that support the protection of human rights and the rule of law. The Foundation has also a strong record of achievements in developing civic institutions and the media, promoting civic values, conducting fair elections, and improving access to education and health care; it has also provided major support for European and national integration programs and the development of social equality."
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