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Search results for keyword(s) "Chinese human rights defenders"
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Displaying records 1-3 of 3 results
All results totalling $490,000
Total may include redundant amount due to supplements.



Project Title: Protecting and Supporting Chinese Human Rights Activists
Project Region: Asia
Project Country: Mainland China
Project Focus: Human Rights
Description: To support the work of Chinese human rights defenders. The organization will work with civil society activists to develop their capacity to raise awareness of citizen rights under the law and the Constitution, to monitor and document abuses, and to carry out their work in light of best practices in rights advocacy.
Year: 2014
Award Amount: $200,000
Project Title: Bolstering Human Rights Activism and Rights Based Civil Society
Project Region: Asia
Project Country: Mainland China
Project Focus: Human Rights
Description: To support the work of Chinese human rights defenders to raise rights awareness, document abuses, and bolster rights based civil society. Civil society activists will be supported in developing their capacity in strategic planning, organizational development, and networking; and human rights defenders will receive training in how to cope with abusive practices, and raise awareness of significant human rights violations.
Year: 2015
Award Amount: $270,000
Note: This is the total grant amount and includes a supplement that was approved separately.
Project Title: Bolstering Human Rights Activism and Rights Based Civil Society
Project Region: Asia
Project Country: Mainland China
Project Focus: Human Rights
Description: To support the work of Chinese human rights defenders to raise rights awareness, document abuses, and bolster rights based civil society. Civil society activists will be supported in developing their capacity in strategic planning, organizational development, and networking; and human rights defenders will receive training in how to cope with abusive practices, and raise awareness of significant human rights violations.
Year: 2015
Award Amount: $20,000
Note: This amount is a supplement that was approved separately.