Type of project: Projects that provide direct assistance to victims of torture and their family members. Such assistance may be in the form of medical, psychological, legal or social assistance. The Fund will also accept a small number of applications for training and seminar projects aimed at strengthening the internal capacity of the applicant organization.
Location: Priority will be given to applications for projects to be implemented in countries with shrinking or limited civic space and countries in the Middle East, North Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Central Asia and the Pacific that are under-represented among current grantees.
Eligibility: Only nongovernmental entities with at least 2 years of experience in providing redress and rehabilitation to victims of torture and their family members, including NGOs, rehabilitation centres, foundations, association of victims, private and public hospitals, and legal clinics may apply.
Grant size: Up to $50,000
Closing date: 1 March