HURIDOCS is registered as a non-profit association under Swiss law in the canton of Geneva, Switzerland. In the USA, HURIDOCS has has been determined to be the equivalent of an organization exempt from federal income taxes under Section 501(c)(3) – valid until end 2022 and renewable.
Open Society Foundations Information Program has been supporting HURIDOCS since 2009 and currently provides general support for our organizational development (yearly grant).
Oak Foundation has been supporting HURIDOCS since 2011 and currently provides general support for our organizational development (three-year grant).
HIVOS International has been supporting HURIDOCS since 2014 and currently funds our support to NGOs to implement digital security policies and practices.
Google currently provides general support for our research on artificial intelligence for HURIDOCS’ Uwazi software to organize documents, create insights and publish data collections (three-year grant).
The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) currently funds the development of the 2nd generation Uwazi software to document violation and create insights by connecting data.
The Ville de Genève / City of Geneva currently supports a project on strategic capacity building and information security to protect women’s labour rights in Mexico.
The Pacific Community (SPC) currently funds the development of an open source information and complaints management system for the Fiji Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination Commission.
NESTA currently supports HURIDOCS’ research to generate new knowledge on how to advance collective intelligence to solve social problems.
Capital Group currently provides general support for our organizational development.
The German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ) has been contracting HURIDOCS for various projects in Africa.
The Danish Mission to the United Nations in Geneva funded the development of the RightDocs database of Human Rights Council Resolutions and voting records.
UNOPS contracted HURIDOCS to support the Iraqi National Human Rights Commission, including a database system to manage complaints.
CEJIL contracted HURIDOCS for additional features for the Inter-American Caselaw Analyser, including the visualization of state performance in complying with the decisions of the Inter-American court.