Human Rights Small Grants Scheme - Application deadline 13 October 2006
Applications for the 2006/07 Human Rights Small Grants Scheme are currently open. This initiative provides small grants to in-country organisations (primarily non-government) for activities aimed at promoting and protecting human rights in a direct and tangible way. The scheme's geographic focus is the Asia-Pacific region, although worthy proposals from other regions are also supported, reflecting the Government's desire to give balance to Australia's international human rights representations with constructive grass-roots activities.
The guidelines for applications are available on the AusAID website: http://www.ausaid.gov.au/business/other_opps/humanrights_scheme.cfm
All applications must be received at the Australian High Commission by Friday 13 October 2006.
Please do NOT post questions on this entry until you have completely reviewed the guidelines and viewed prior successful proposals.
Please address applications to:
Mr KN Pradeep
Australian High Commission
New Delhi 110 021
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