Key Supporters

Our human rights impact is only made possible thanks to the commitment and generous contributions of our financial supporters.

ISHR is grateful to these States, foundations and private individuals for their financial partnership and support from 2013 to present.

Government Donors

  • Australian Aid
  • Australian Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva (International Development Fund)
  • Chancellerie du Canton d'Etat de Genève
  • Denmark - Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Germany - Federal Foreign Office
  • Ireland - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
  • Ireland - Irish Aid
  • Liechtenstein - Office of Foreign Affairs
  • Norway - Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Switzerland - Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
  • The Netherlands - Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • The Netherlands - Mission to the UN in Geneva
  • Ville de Genève

Trusts and Foundations

  • Anonymous donor
  • Arcus Foundation (New York)
  • Brot für die Welt (Berlin)
  • Ford Foundation (New York)
  • Hivos Foundation (The Hague)
  • Loterie Romande (Geneva)
  • Misereor (Aachen)
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Overbrook Foundation (New York)
  • Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (Geneva)
  • Sigrid Rausing Trust (London)
  • Taiwan Foundation for Democracy

Private donors ($250+)

  • Professor Philip Alston
  • Anonymous donor
  • Sir Nicolas Bratza
  • Marina Dailly
  • Eileen Donahoe
  • Chris Duckett
  • Professor Hurst Hannum
  • Michael Ineichen
  • David and Judith Lynch
  • Rory Mungoven and Rachael Reilly
  • Michael Khambatta
  • Phil Lynch and Lucy McKernan
  • Beat Ottiger
  • Chris Sidoti
  • Madeleine Sinclair
  • Jon Webster
  • To become a private donor of ISHR, please contribute here.

International law firms (pro bono and in-kind assistance)

  • Allens
  • Brigard & Urrutia
  • Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
  • DLA Piper
  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
  • Reed Smith
  • Simmons & Simmons
  • Winston & Strawn LLP

ISHR wishes to express its gratitude to the Australian Government for funding the development of this website.

ISHR would also like to express its gratitude to Loterie Romande for funding our Human Rights Defender Advocacy Programme.