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Institutional fundingFind out more about the institutions that finance Docip projects

Institutional funding

Find out more about the institutions that finance Docip projects

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Funding sources

Docip is funded by various institutions at the local, national, European and international levels.

European Union

From 2016 to 2018, Docip is receiving financial support from the European Union through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights. This support is intended to provide a technical secretariat for the delegates of Indigenous Peoples appearing before treaty bodies and UN agencies, as well as during specialized United Nations conferences focused on human rights.

Sámi Parliament of Norway (Sámediggi)

At the international level, Docip is supported by the Sámi Parliament, particularly within the context of its activities in the areas of information dissemination and technical assistance.

Canton of Geneva

The Canton of Geneva is committed to supporting Docip in order to guarantee the effectiveness and the quality of its ongoing services catering to delegations of Indigenous Peoples appearing before international organizations (particularly in Geneva), and it does so through the implementation of a system of monitoring and evaluating Docip's activities. The overall focus is on the systematic, regular and effective collection of information through its 2016-2018 global project. In addition, our mission is to measure the impact and document the concrete results at the regional, national and local levels of the use of human rights international mechanisms, and specifically those headquartered in Geneva.

City of Geneva

The City of Geneva is a strategic ally for Docip. It supports field projects in particular.