Human Rights Award of the French Republic 2016: Call for applications
The Human Rights Award of the French Republic created in 1988 is organized by the National consultative Commission on Human Rights (CNCDH), a national institution which promotes and protects Human Rights.
It awards individual or group field projects in support of Human Rights, without prejudice of nationality or borders, and falls under one of the two themes chosen annually.
The two themes chosen this year are:
• theme 1 : defence and protection of migrants
• theme 2 : representation and defence of the rights of handicapped persones in light of the Unitate Nations Convention on the Rights of Handicapped Persons.
Information on the awards may be found at: