Where can I get funding?
Digital Defender Partnerships can provide you with emergency funds up to 10,000€ if you are facing online threats. To apply, you can fill out the secure application form here.
Civil Rights Defenders has an emergency fund to provide you with rapid support if you are a human rights defender in acute danger.
Frontline Defenders can provide you with protection grants up to 7,500€ to pay for your legal and medical fees. You can file an application here.
Freedom House's Emergency Assistance Program can provide you with emergency assistance tailored to your specific circumstances and needs. The Lifeline Embattled CSO Assistance Fund provides emergency financial assistance to civil society organisations under threat. To apply you should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
FIDH can provide you with financial support or direct material support including physical and digital security, communications, capacity building in security, secure transportation, legal support, medical support (including psycho-social support and rehabilitation), humanitarian assistance (including family support), urgent relocation, urgent monitoring, reporting or advocacy.
To apply, you can download the application form here by clicking on this box and/or contact: C1@fidh.org
Protect Defenders can provide you with emergency grants up to 10,000€. To be eligible to ProtectDefenders grants you have to:
- be a human rights defender working for human rights
- face risks because of your human rights work
- need urgent support
The emergency support program can provide you with money to cover urgent protection measures such as transportation, alarm systems, legal aid, medical costs or family support.