Algeria

Amusnaw Cultural Association (ACA)
$34,100
To strengthen the capacity of local human rights groups in Tizi Ouzou to promote and advocate for women’s rights and democracy. ACA will conduct a capacity-building program for local NGOs in Tizi Ouzou, expand its 15-member local network advocating legislative reforms on women status, and lead a public awareness campaign on women legal rights.

Arab Institute for Human Rights (AIHR)
$80,080
To reinforce and strengthen skills on the issue of national reconciliation and transitional justice in order to encourage collaboration among civil society and governmental actors and built capacities of specific target groups. AIHR will hold three conferences. One on national reconciliation and transitional justice on a regional level and two on national training courses for Algerian lawyers and journalists on the same issue.

Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
$120,838
To enhance the voice of the Algerian business community and enable it to identify common reform priorities and constituencies. CIPE will assist private sector associations in Algeria to begin mobilizing and coalescing around a common set of reform priorities. CIPE will organize two roundtables on economic freedom, institutional reforms, and access to economic information; and lead a workshop to develop a national business agenda.

Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)
$180,514
To develop the interpersonal, business, and advocacy skills of Algerian young people. CIPE’s partner, INJAZ, will open a start-up office in Algeria, train local teachers and private sector volunteers, and educate 375 students on business education and civic activism through the implementation of an Entrepreneurship Master Class curriculum modified for the Algerian context. Additionally, CIPE will develop a civics component that will be integrated by INJAZ into their Entrepreneur Master Class.

Collective of Families of the Disappeared in Algeria (CFDA)
$46,200
To continue its advocacy program on the plight of the disappeared. CFDA will organize two two-day training workshops on transitional justice for its staff , continue to collect and document cases of enforced disappearances, develop a memorial website that includes a database dedicated to the disappeared, and hold meetings with international and Algerian bodies on the need for a just and independent truth-seeking commission.