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14th annual International Human Rights Summit

August 24-26, 2017
Youth for Human Rights will host their 14th annual International Human Rights Summit at the United Nations headquarters in New York. The event invites those invested in human rights education, from all walks of life, to attend this summit. The event aims to promote collaboration, discussion, and partnerships amongst human rights advocates.
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Humanity in War: An International Humanitarian Law Primer for Professionals

August 24, 2017
American Red Cross, International Humanitarian Law Team will host a day long training course for professionals working in the international, humanitarian or legal spheres. This course will focus on topics like, Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols, Fundamental Principles and Protections afforded by international law, and Civilian Direct Participations in Hostilities among others. 
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Achieving Security and Justice for All: Elephants in the Room’

September 7, 2017

The Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law will host their conference this year on September 7th. The conference focus this year will be to address the "elephants in the room" of rule of law and peace building or the issues that are often ignored. These topics include economics, militarism, identity, moralism, corruption, religion, silver-bullet solutions, education, capitalism, and more. The conference will include 20 workshops led by a variety of Ted Talkers, activists, governmental policy makers, UN, EU and AU experts, NGOs, academics, artists, agitators and authors 

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4th Urbanization and Poverty Reduction Research Conference

September 8, 2017
World Bank, George Washington University, and the International Growth Centre Cities Program will host a one day conference to discuss the challenges of sustainable urban development in developing countries. This conference will feature academics and development practitioners that aim to answer the question, "how can we build, or rebuild, cities in the future in order to promote economic growth and reduce poverty?" 

Featured Solicitations

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Legal Protection of the Voting Rights

August 18, 2017
This grant award will provide protection to those in Macedonia to vote free from pressure. The grants purpose is the implementation of comprehensive regulation protecting as well as protection from the suppression of the right to vote freely, up to $25,000. 
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Law School Partnership to Establish a Legal Clinic Pilot Project in Kuje Prison

September 26, 2017
INL seeks to partner with a U.S. NGO partnering with a law school or U.S Law school to design a program focused on the decongestion of Kuje Prison. The program will achieve this aim through partnership with a university-based legal clinic in Nigeria that provides pro bono legal aid services to detainees awaiting trial, up to $1,900,000. 
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West Bank Access to Justice Legal Aid Project

September 26, 2017
In an effort to increase legal access to indigent communities in West Bank, INL seeks applications from organizations. The program places special focus on vulnerable populations through the establishment, sustaining, and strengthening of legal services, up to $2,700,000. 
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Support for the Community Police, Model Police Precinct Program in Honduras

September 26, 2017
INL is accepting proposals for various aspects of support to the Model Police Precinct/Community Policing Program (MPP/CPP), for an award of up to $2,500,000. Eligible applicants include nonprofit organizations with 501(c)(3) status, other than institutions of higher education.