CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Grants for Civil Society Organizations Assisting Survivors of Slavery

5 February 2021
Research Innovation

The UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery is offering grant funding to civil society organizations providing medical, psychological, legal, social, humanitarian and other direct services to victims of slavery. Organizations that work with the following groups are particularly encouraged to apply: indigenous peoples, minorities, people on the move, persons with disabilities, older persons and persons living in homelessness including street children, as well as victims of slavery in the context of exploitation in the informal economy. More information and the link to the application are available here.

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