House to House fund
Each year, our House-to-House (H2H) Project Fund supports various human rights projects organised collaboratively between two or more Human Rights Houses and their member organisations.
This unique funding opportunity provides support for collaborative initiatives to advance human rights priorities in countries with Human Rights Houses. The House-to-House Project Fund supports civil society-led projects to address specific and local human rights challenges. In implementing these projects Human Rights Houses and their member organisations have opportunities to collaborate and exchange experience with other Human Rights Houses and broader civil society organisations and actors in their communities and countries.
Established in 2017, the fund embodies the solidarity and collaborative nature at the heart of the Human Rights House concept. It helps to strengthen and connect Human Rights Houses, encourages knowledge and competency sharing, increases capabilities and capacities, and ultimately enhances the impact on human rights in local communities.
Past H2H projects
H2H projects in 2022
In 2022, Human Rights House Foundation’s House-to-House (H2H) fund supported projects with various human rights focuses, including the protection of human rights defenders in Georgia, publishing letters from Belarusian political prisoners, and children’s access to justice during war in the context of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Reports from previous years: