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AusAID opens 2011-12 human rights grants scheme

By Louie-An Pilapil23 September 2011

Photo by: Marragem / CC BY-NC-SA

The Australian Agency for International Development is now accepting applications for its Human Rights Grants Scheme, a funding mechanism for organizations that promote the protection of human rights in measurable ways.

For this round, only selected countries from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean are invited to send in proposals. In previous rounds, organizations from developing countries across the world could apply.

Human rights organizations from the following regions and countries are eligible:

Africa: Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Malawi, Morocco, South Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe

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Louie-An Pilapil

Louie-An is a senior development analyst at Devex Manila. She creates content for the Devex website which analyzes development business trends and provides insights into development business opportunities in the form of blogs and special analysis or insight articles. She has held consulting and editorial positions at the Asian Development Bank in Manila and a business-to-business media company in Hong Kong and mainland China.


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