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Towards a New Consensus on Justice Reform: Mapping the Criminal Justice Sector

Jan Perlin, Michelle India Baird, Open Society Justice Initiative, UK Department for International Development (DFID),

Justice development is a relatively new field, but one in which sufficient field experience exists to inform a more systematic and coordinated approach. Due to its complexity and all-encompassing nature, it requires a greater level of effort than other areas of development. As a consequence, the first task necessary to achieve such systematization and coordination…

Balanced Justice and Donor Programs: Lessons from Three Regions of the World

Dr. Linn Hammergren,

Donor organizations have been supporting justice strengthening programs for nearly twenty-five years. Over the past decade, there have been criticisms of these programs and the limited improvements they have produced despite large investments by donors and national governments. This report explores some explanations for these alleged shortcomings, reviewing experience in three case study countries: Cambodia,…

How to pay for legal empowerment: alternative structures and sources

Lotta Teale,

This resource is an article written as a contribution to openGlobalRights’ new models for human rights series. The article focuses on financial sustainability within legal empowerment, specifically that taking a hybrid approach to legal funding recognizes that different issues require different types of funding. This article can also be accessed in Spanish and French.

Funding resources for community-based groups in Africa

Urgent Action Fund Africa,

This resource guide was compiled by New Field Foundation and updated by Urgent Action Fund Africa for Women’s Human Rights (UAF-Africa). Please note that this is not a complete list, but a work in progress. It only includes organizations that have confirmed their information and given permission to be included.

Namati Documentation Guide: Basic Photography – Telling Stories with Pictures

Aubrey Wade,

This resource is part of a Namati Documentation Guide that aims to assist legal empowerment organizations in documenting their work. There are three parts to this Documentation Guide: Story Writing, Case Studies, and Basic Photography. Using pictures is a wonderful way to tell stories and to help your audience connect with the subject of your story!…

Namati Documentation Guide: Case Studies

Namati,

This resource is part of a Namati Documentation Guide that aims to assist legal empowerment organizations in documenting their work. There are three parts to this Documentation Guide: Story Writing, Case Studies, and Basic Photography. Case studies are a good way to share information about complex cases or specific aspects of legal empowerment work in a…

Namati Documentation Guide: Story Writing

Namati,

This resource is part of a Namati Documentation Guide that aims to assist legal empowerment organizations in documenting their work. There are three parts to this Documentation Guide: Story Writing, Case Studies, and Basic Photography. Story writing is an important skill that can communicate specific cases and aspects of legal empowerment work to a variety…

Proposal writing short course online

The Foundation Center,

The subject of this short online course is proposal writing. But the proposal does not stand alone. It must be part of a process of planning and of research on, outreach to, and cultivation of potential foundation and corporate donors. This process is grounded in the conviction that a partnership should develop between the nonprofit…

Writing a Successful Grant Proposal

Barbara Davis, Minnesota Council of Foundations,

Originally written by consultant Barbara Davis as a part of MCF’s Guide to Minnesota Grantmakers, “Writing a Successful Grant Proposal” gives an excellent overview of the key components of a grant proposal with tips on how to present your case effectively. – See more at: http://www.mcf.org/nonprofits/successful-grant-proposal#sthash.hjqRYXs0.dpuf

Non-profit Guides: grant-writing tools for non-profit organizations

Non-profit Guides,

Non-profit guides are free Web-based grant-writing tools for non-profit organizations, charitable, educational, public organizations, and other community-minded groups.

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