Premio Internacional de Fotografía Humanitaria Luis Valtueña [Médicos del Mundo España]

Cierre de la convocatoria: 8.11 2019. El premio reconoce el trabajo de fotógrafos/as profesionales que a través de sus imágenes denuncian inequidades, injusticias y abusos, o bien, dan testimonio de las situaciones que los propician o que las combaten. Este certamen quiere también resaltar los valores humanos y evidenciar todo tipo de violaciones a los derechos de las personas. Podrán participar fotógrafos y fotógrafas de cualquier nacionalidad, mayores de edad y afines al enfoque documental. Las fotografías deberán narrar o contar una historia relacionada con …

Magnum Foundation Photography and Social Justice Fellows (New York City)

Due Date: 15.10 2019. Program expands diversity and creativity in the field of documentary photography through capacity-building and critical explorations of photography and social change. Each year, an international group of Photography and Social Justice Fellows are chosen for a cohort that is passionate about challenging injustice, pursuing social equality, and advancing human rights through photography. Open to: Documentary photographers, visual artists, and photojournalists Activists who use photography in their change-making practice Scholars who incorporate images and image-making in their research and scholarship Self-taught practitioners …

UNDP Regional War Crimes Project

Proposals Due 14.10 2019. The project strengthens the rule of law and improves cooperation among State Prosecutors and institutions for the search of missing persons, in order to strengthen the processing of war crimes and accelerate the search for missing persons from these armed conflicts. Open to all civil society organizations and non-governmental organizations from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia and Serbia. Grants Range: EUR 5,000 – EUR 30,000. Project Duration: 6-12 months (December 2019 to November 2020). Priority Areas: Enabling active participation of victims …

Muste Institute Social Justice Fund

Closing Date: 14.10 2019. Support available for grassroots activist projects in the United States and around the world. Priority for efforts with small budgets and little access to mainstream/traditional funding sources. Priority Areas: (a) Ending war and militarism; (b) Abolishing the death penalty; (c) Labor organizing; (d) Defending immigrant rights; (e) Opposing prison injustice; (f) Exposing the dangers of nuclear weapons and nuclear power. https://ajmuste.org/programs#sjf

2020 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize

Nominations Close 1.10 2019. The Prize is presented annually to a non-governmental organization that has made extraordinary contributions toward alleviating human suffering. It is the world’s largest annual humanitarian award presented to a nonprofit organization, honoring the efforts of those who help others for the benefit and progress of humanity. In order to be eligible for consideration, nominees must be organizations (not individuals); legally established for at least 5 years; with expenditures of at least USD $750,000 in their most recent audited fiscal year of …

DRL Internet Freedom [Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor – U.S. Dept. of State]

Statements of Interest due 20.9 2019. In support of the U.S. International Strategy for Cyberspace, proposals are invited to protect the open, interoperable, secure, and reliable Internet by promoting fundamental freedoms, human rights, and the free flow of information online through integrated support to civil society for technology, digital safety, policy and advocacy, and applied research programs. Open to U.S. or foreign-based non-profit/non-governmental organizations; public international organizations; private, public, or state institutions of higher education; and for-profit organizations or businesses. Applicants must have existing active …

Active Citizens Fund – Slovakia Bilateral Fund [Open Society Foundation]

The purpose of the call is to support activities fostering bi-lateral exchange of experience, know-how and best practice between civil society in Slovakia and donor state entities. Specific priority for bilateral cooperation is given to addressing the proliferation of fake news, anti-democratic propaganda, and countering the detrimental impact of these phenomena on public trust in democratic institutions and values of liberal democracy. The on-going call will be open until the funds are fully allocated. The latest date for submission of project applications is 1 February …

Support for the Deinstitutionalisation Process in Social Sector (North Macedonia) [EuropeAid]

Concept Notes due 16.8 2019. The global objective of this call for proposals is to support the process of deinstitutionalisation and to enhance inclusion of people with disabilities (children and adults with disabilities) into mainstream communities, by providing sustainable community based living and other social services. The specific objectives of this call for proposals are to Resettle persons with disabilities living in residential institutions into community based supported living settings. Develop new community based social services, and to expand and improve already existing local social …

New Partnerships Initiative – Global Health: Expanding Health Partnerships [USAID]

Concept Papers due 2.8 2019. Platform to empower new and underutilized partners – often local and locally established organizations – to respond to the needs of the health sector, and to solve problems not adequately addressed by other USAID investments. For Round 2, concept papers will incorporate interventions that will build upon and expand USAID’s global health efforts to address health priorities to prevent child and maternal deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and combat infectious diseases globally. Applicants will serve in a mentorship role to …

New Partnerships Initiative – Global Health: Community Health Networks [USAID]

Concept Papers due 2.8 2019. Platform to empower new and underutilized partners – often local and locally established organizations – to respond to the needs of the health sector, and to solve problems not adequately addressed by other USAID investments. Round 1 Community Health Networks: Concept papers will focus on promoting new and underutilized partnerships to address health priorities to prevent child and maternal deaths, control the HIV/AIDS epidemic and combat infectious diseases globally. The initiative envisions four specific forms for engagement, each intended to …