Open Society Archives

Open Society Archives

The Open Society Archives (Hungarian: Nyílt Társadalom Archívum), abbreviated as OSA, is an archive and center for research and education located in Budapest, Hungary. Its collections and activities relate to the period after the Second World War, mainly the Cold War, the history of the formerly communist countries, Human rights, and War crimes. The institute is in close relationship with the Central European University. It is led by the notable Professor of History and Political Science István Rév, and is backed financially by the Soros Foundation.

Galeria Centralis

The ground floor is occupied by the Galeria Centralis, an exhibition and screening hall host to exhibitions such as one of Raoul Wallenberg, and the yearly Verzio International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival.

Distinguished faculty


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