30 years of direct support to human rights defenders
The women who fight for human rights are many, and we are very diverse. We act in human rights organizations, in foundations, in collectives, in the streets, in academia, in the classrooms as teachers and as students, and many of us act within our communities.Read more »
The Norwegian Human Rights Fund (NHRF) has expanded its work in Colombia in 2020 through the establishment of a local office in Bogota. The office is responsible for all funding in Colombia and will operate independently while remaining an extension of and accountable to the NHRF and its mandate. The NHRF is looking for a highly-skilled, proactive, and flexible Programme Officer, with expertise preferably in land and environmental rights or gender, to join our new dynamic country office team based in Bogota.Read more »
The Norwegian Human Rights Fund (NHRF) has expanded its work in Colombia in 2020 through the establishment of a local office in Bogota. The office is responsible for all funding in Colombia and will operate independently while remaining an extension of and accountable to the NHRF and its mandate. The Norwegian Human Rights Fund is looking for a communications professional to join our new country office team based in Bogota and that will report to the Colombia Country Director, but the person will be instrumental in giving input to the NHRF overall communication work and will also work with team members at the Head Office in Oslo to advance this work.Read more »
The Norwegian Human Rights Fund is glad to announce that our office in Colombia is up and running! The NHRF has been increasing its support to civil society organizations in Colombia through a new donor agreement with the Norwegian Embassy in Bogotá. In the spring of 2020, the NHRF Colombia Office opened, which has enabled us to increase close monitoring and follow-up of the grantees and to ensure targeted, fit-for-purpose capacity building.
The NHRF has been working to conduct an in-depth review and analysis of our work and that of our grantee partners and consulting with our local consultants, grantee partners, and others to develop our new and first-ever theory of change (ToC). After this process, we’re excited to launch our theory of change and its narrative component. The theory of change will guide our work as a partner and grantmaker by informing the support we provide to human rights work to achieve the defined outcomes and overall goal. It is a living document that represents our theory of how change is created and driven forward. It articulates expected outcomes and their preconditions that, together, form pathways of change that lead to the overall goal. We understand these processes to be non-linear, interconnected, interdependent, mutually reinforcing, and occurring simultaneously or separately.
The work of women human rights defenders across the world is crucial in the fight against human rights violations. The Norwegian Human Rights Fund supports all women who fights for their rights. Happy International Women's Day 2020!