Freedom House's programs support human rights and democracy advocates in their efforts to promote open government, defend human rights, strengthen civil society and facilitate the free flow of information and ideas. Freedom House primarily offers assistance through trainings, international exchange programs, grant giving and networking activities. In addition, Freedom House offers symbolic and moral support through advocacy and visible demonstrations of solidarity on behalf of counterparts abroad.
Freedom House currently has fourteen offices and conducts programs in over thirty countries in all regions of the world. Primary funding for Freedom House’s programs comes in the form of grants from USAID and U.S. State Department, as well as from other democratic governments—Canada, the EU, the Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden—and from private foundations, including the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and the Ford Foundation.
Freedom House helps citizens defend their rights against government abuses in several countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
In Southeast Asia, Freedom House programs enable citizens to assert their rights and supports their efforts to gain a greater say in how they are governed.
Throughout the continent, Freedom House works to strengthen elections and civic mobilization, good governance, defense of human rights, rule of law and judicial independence, and media.
Freedom House produces the preeminent analysis of global online freedom, the annual Freedom on the Net report, and assist activists in recovering from digital attacks.
Freedom House administers several funds which offer emergency assistance to organizations and individuals around the world who are under threat because of their human rights work.
The Dignity for All program provides emergency funds, support, and security assistance to human rights defenders and organizations under threat or attack due to their work for LGBTI human rights.
The Lifeline Embattled CSO Assistance Fund provides emergency financial assistance to civil society organizations (CSOs) under threat or attack and advocacy support responding to broader threats to civil society.
Freedom House invites applications for participation in a one-year independent media funding, capacity development, and technical assistance program. Applications must be submitted by Friday, July 1.
Freedom House запрошує подавати заявки на грант у рамках однорічної програми фінансування, розвитку спроможності та технічної допомоги незалежним медіа в Україні. Кінцевий термін подачі заявок до Freedom House - 1 липня 2016 року до 17:00 EST.
Freedom House запрошує до подання заявок на фінансування та підтримку організації, кампанії та/або ініціативи, які ставлять за мету сприяння підвищенню відповідальності в українському суспільстві та владі, у тому числі в уряді, бізнесі та інших сферах.
Freedom House works with regional partners to introduce key strategies and tools for human rights legal defense, and adovcates for a strong regional tribunal.
In Belarus, Freedom House bolsters the capacity of activists by training them on advocacy techniques and on curbing human rights violations perpetrated by the government.
Freedom House works in Ukraine to protect professional and citizen journalists, to empower and support their efforts to impartially cover developments in Ukraine, and to uncover corruption.
In Kazakhstan, we work with prominent human rights organizations and religious communities to advocate against the government’s repeated attempts to institute repressive religious laws.
In Turkey, we help civil society and government leaders address challenges to citizen participation in the legislative process through hands-on fellowship experiences.
Freedom House helps LGBTI rights groups in Southeast Asia to push back against the tide of intolerance.
Freedom House has worked to strengthen freedom of expression and human rights in Tunisia, where the country’s recent efforts at democratic consolidation created opportunities to adopt new laws.
Freedom House joined eight other leading media freedom organizations as part of the International Partnership Group for Azerbaijan’s freedom of expression mission in September 2010.
Freedom House led a four-day International Joint Partnership Freedom of Expression mission to Uganda to examine the country’s freedom of expression environment in 2010.