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Tag Archive: American Jewish World Service

August 15, 2012

Live Tweeting, Learning and Networking with the International Human Rights Funders Group

By Anne Lieberman, Program Associate for Asia at American Jewish World Service

Originally published on the AJWS Blog, Global Voices. A few weeks ago, I attended the International Human Rights Funders Group (IHRFG) conference with several other AJWS colleagues. My first time at IHRFG, I decided 2 furiously abbr., #hashtag & @mention for 2 days str8 (AKA Live Tweet) the sessions I attended in an effort to… Read more

April 30, 2012

Defending Defenders: Providing Support to Grantees at Risk

By Jessica Wrenn and Rosalie Nezien at American Jewish World Service

Originally published on Re:Philanthropy! The Council on Foundations’ Blog on April 26, 2012. In mid-March, following the news that Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, a warlord from the DRC, had been convicted of war crimes by the International Criminal Court (ICC), activists lauded the long-awaited verdict, calling on the ICC and the Congolese government to implement the… Read more