Our funding

Our funding

2019

2018

Our Supporters

Our Supporters
FIDH thanks all of its donors and supporters, as well as the investors in its ethical fund, SRI Human Rights (formerly Libertés & Solidarité). During 2019, FIDH was particularly grateful to the support of the following institutions, foundations and corporations:

International and national institutions
The European Commission; Swedish International; Development Cooperation Agency (Sida); Agence Française de Développement (AFD); Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland; Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway; Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs of France; Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; Irish Aid; Mairie de Paris; Organisation international de la Francophonie (OIF); Belgium Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation; Embassy of Switzerland in Thailand; Embassy of France in Mali.

Foundations, associations and other institutions
Open Society Foundations; Oak Foundation; Bread for the World; an anonymous foundation; MacArthur Foundation; SAGE Fund; Pan American Development Fund; Fondation de France; Fondation Nicolas Puech; Fondation Yo et Anne Marie Hamoud; Fonds de renforcement institutionnel et organisationnel (Coordination Sud); Heinrich Böll Stiftung; Trust Africa.

Corporate supporters
La Banque Postale Asset Management (LBPAM).

Supporters of the Congress & Forum
Special thanks to the partners who supported FIDH’s 40th Congress & Forum in Taipei: the European Commission; Open Society Foundations; Taiwan Foundation for Democracy;
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs of France; Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida); Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway; Hua Nan Bank; National Human Rights Museum of Taiwan; Oak Foundation; Bread for the World; Irish Aid; Agence Française de Développement; Foundation for Women’s Rights; the British Office in Taipei; the Delegation of the EU in Taipei; the Belgian Office, Taipei; Canadian Trade Office in Taipei; the Trade Council of Denmark, Taipei; the Representative Office of Italy in Taipei; the Luxembourg Representative Office in Taipei; the Netherlands Office Taipei; the Representative Office of Spain in Taipei; the Representative Office of Sweden in Taipei; the Representative Office of Switzerland in Taipei; the American Institute in Taiwan; Heinrich Böll Stiftung; Taipei City Hall; New Taipei; Chunghwa Telecom.

FIDH would also like to thank:
• its interpretors, translators and other volunteers;
• as well as all the individuals, national and international non-governmental organisations and
intergovernmental organisations who responded to its requests for support.