|Donor:||Human Rights House Foundation|
|Application procedure:||Online Application|
|Eligible applicants:||Non-Profit Organisation|
|Grant size:||Small - up to $100,000|
|Minimum grant size:||-|
|Total available budget:||-|
|Maximum grant size:||-|
|Funding ratio:||up to 100%|
- Human Rights
- Social Inclusion
Azerbaijan, Russian Federation
Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine
HRHF will prioritise applications for projects in eligible countries which specifically focus on one of the following topics:
- Advocacy related to the freedoms of association, assembly, or expression and the freedom to be a human rights defender. This may include efforts to strengthen domestic policies and legislation, increase accountability of local authorities and institutions, and/or strengthen international mechanisms and standards.
- Promotion and protection of the freedoms of association, assembly, or expression and the freedom to be a human rights defender in an eligible country.
- Human rights education and awareness raising, including through involvement of youth or professional groups.
- Protection of human rights defenders and human rights organizations.
- Promotion of healthy organizational culture and burnout prevention among human rights organisations.
- Support to vulnerable groups, such as women and children, minorities, people in remote areas.
HRHF will prioritise support to the projects which include one or more of the following components:
- Propose new partnerships, including with individuals, movements and actors beyond the network and traditional human rights organisations, also actors working outside of the capital cities
- Positively impact the human rights situation across Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and/or Western Balkans;
- Propose cost-sharing or in-kind contributions by applicant organizations (i.e. – meeting room space, accommodation in House-owned premises, co-funding, etc.; and,
- Make use of existing resources within the network of Human Rights Houses, such as reports, exhibitions, booklets, education material of ILIA programme, etc.
The House-to-House Project Fund 2022 is designed to support collaborative projects implemented by Human Rights House network partners (Houses and members of the Houses) in collaboration with other civil society organisations. To qualify for support, project partners must be: A Human Rights House or a member organisation of a Human Rights House
and, one or more of the following: Another Human Rights House; A member organisation of another Human Rights House ; A civil society organisation, actor, individual from outside of the network.
HRHF welcomes applications for projects which address relevant human rights issues in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Russia and Serbia. HRHF welcomes all Human Rights Houses, their member organisations as well as organisations and actors from outside of the network to apply for funding.
The grant size is not mentioned.
Applications, including a narrative, activity plan, budget, and mandate(s) forms for co-applicants, must be submitted through the HRHF grants management portal at https://hrhf.smapply.org by 2 June 2022 at 17:00 CET. The application form and templates can be found on the portal or may be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org.