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Fundraising for Human Rights: Lessons learned and practical advice

Join New Tactics and other practitioners for an online dialogue on Fundraising for Human Rights: Lessons learned and practical advice from January 18 to 24, 2012. Protecting and promoting human rights is valuable and important work. In order to do this work, organizations need financial resources. Although there are many funders that recognize the value in financially […]

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2012 Call for Applications for the Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has issued a call for applications for the United Nations Trust Fund that allocates project grants for programmes of humanitarian, legal and financial assistance to individuals whose human rights have been severely violated as a result of contemporary forms of slavery. Contemporary forms of slavery include […]

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Funding: Call for applications to the Legal Defence Fund

The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA), with the financial support of the Open Society Initiative for West Africa, is operating a fund for individuals/groups litigating cases before the African Commission for Human and Peoples’ Rights. The fund covers travel, accommodation and other related expenses. Applicants to this fund must fulfill the […]

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2012 Call for application: Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery

The United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery allocates project grants (for a maximum of 15 000 USD), for programmes of humanitarian, legal and financial assistance to individuals whose human rights have been severely violated as a result of contemporary forms of slavery. Contemporary forms of slavery include chattel slavery, serfdom, forced labour, debt bondage, the worst forms […]

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2010 Grant for Democracy and Human Rights Projects in Asia (GDHRPA)

2010 Grant for Democracy and Human Rights Projects in Asia (GDHRPA) Background The May 18 Memorial Foundation is a non-profit organization established to commemorate the 1980 Gwangju Uprising by continuing the Uprising’s spirit of struggle and solidarity, contributing to the peaceful reunification of Korea, and working towards peace and human rights throughout the world. The […]

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