Twenty-two projects were selected as part of the “Combating institutional violence and discrimination” round, and will receive up to R$ 40,000 each.
In all, the Fund will donate R$ 840,000 to support small-scale civil society organizations who defend human rights.
The foundation received 626 proposals, which went through an internal screening, an analysis by the team and Board of Directors, the evaluation of a committee of independent specialists and, finally, the approval of the Board of Trustees.
The Brazil Fund also selected nine proposals during the “Confronting human trafficking” round, adding up to R$ 360,000 destined to that issue.
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Specific funding round
- Confronting human trafficking and slave labor
Annual Selection 2015
- Combating institutional violence and discrimination
- Right to just, sustainable cities
- Right to freedom of sexual orientation and gender identity
- Right to land and territory
- Women’s rights
- Children and Adolescents’ rights
- Socio-environmental rights in the context of mega-projects
- Confronting racism
- Guarantee of the Rule of Law and criminal justice