The aim of this report is to give funders and members of civil society a practical starting point for thinking about possible approaches for working together to contest the closing space for civil society. Many already have or are planning initiatives in this field. This report shares the perspectives of numerous donors, civil society representatives, and experts engaged with this issue and offers ways of aligning work moving forward. The report also offers links to resources on specific aspects of closing space.
Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Nonprofits and Philanthropy
Open Society Foundations
European Foundation Centre (EFC)
Wallace Global Fund
American Jewish World Service
Sigrid Rausing Trust
Fund Global Human Rights
Funders' Initiative for Civil Society
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