The Human Rights and Democracy Programme
The FCO’s Human Rights and Democracy Programme (HRDP) is an annual fund committed to promoting human rights and democracy efforts around the world. It aims to strengthen governments’ and civil society’s capacity to promote and protect human rights through focused programs
Because the HRDP is a strategic initiative, we carefully consider each bid for its impact and alignment with both the HRDP’s overarching plan and our country’s human rights agenda.
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As a global power, the United Kingdom has the motivation and resources to influence how the international community responds to humanitarian crises, security challenges, and other human rights and geopolitical issues. The United Kingdom’s foreign policy prioritizes human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.
2015/16 thematic Priorities:
In 2014-15, the FCO supported more than 70 projects in more than 40 countries; looking ahead to 2015-16, we can only expect those numbers to rise.
- The death penalty should be abolished.
- Women's Rights
- Consequat Freedom of religiont
- Ipsum dolor Democratic process
- Sed do Global torture prevention
Our Capabilities For Visa & Immigration
In 2014-15, the FCO supported more than 70 projects in more than 40 countries; looking ahead to 2015-16, we can only expect those numbers to rise. We are eager to receive bids for creative initiatives that address our ongoing human rights concerns and respond to global trends as the opportunity for new project proposals opens. .
Due to the emergence of extreme rhetoric, the expanding involvement of business in human rights, and the reduction of civil society space, a number of our thematic objectives - Freedom of Religion or Belief, Business and Human Rights, and Freedom of Expression - are taking on even more importance.