2017 • 2 years • Human Rights
Red Nacional de Organismos Civiles de Derechos Humanos Todos los Derechos para Todos y Todas (Red TDT) is Mexico’s leading national network of human rights organizations, with over 80 member organizations in 21 Mexican states. The award contributes to strengthening the work of Red TDT’s members through skill building workshops, information sharing, and access to media. The award supports Red TDT’s advocacy work to improve investigations of human rights violations through participation in a national strategy for creating an independent and effective National Prosecutor's Office.
2014 • 3 years, 4 months • Human Rights
A grant to the Red Nacional de Organismos Civiles de Derechos Humanos “Todos los Derechos para Todos y Todas” will support communication, advocacy, and legal defense strategies of human rights organizations in Mexico that participate in the Red. It will strengthen their capacity to document human rights violations, as well as their ability to participate successfully in advocacy activities within the United Nations and the Inter-American Human Rights systems.
2011 • 3 years • Human Rights
To support information gathering and advocacy on human rights in Mexico (over three years).
2011 • 1 year, 1 month • MacArthur Award for Creative & Effective Institutions
Asociación Todos los Derechos para Todos is a national network of human rights organizations in Mexico that trains, monitors and documents, and, through its members, maintains comprehensive information about human rights violations in Mexico. The grant will be used to improve the network’s ability to operate effectively in protecting human rights through providing training for its members in personal and digital security and establishing a network emergency response capability.
2007 • 3 years • Human Rights
To strengthen human rights organizations and coordinate strategy for human rights activities in 20 Mexican states (over three years).
2004 • 3 years • Human Rights
In support of activities to improve human rights in 20 Mexican states (over three years).