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Frontline Insights: how to enable social change through grassroots activism

Democracy and human rights are increasingly under attack around the globe. More than ever, we need dedicated local leaders and organisations to stand up for their communities and push for positive change. But what do they need to do their work? openDemocracy and the Fund for Global Human Rights have collaborated on a series exploring how funders and other allies can help grassroots activists to make a lasting difference.

Difference is good: why migrant and rights groups work together in Morocco

Published in: 25 November 2019 Written by: Lena Kevorkian All articles by: Lena Kevorkian

Collaboration is helping grassroots groups learn from each other and connect for a better response to the migration problem in Morocco.

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The Fund for Global Human Rights supports courageous activists and community leaders pushing for positive social change in their communities. By investing in those on the frontlines of human rights struggles, we help build stronger, more resilient movements that can take on abusive actors – and win. We envision a world where all people live with dignity and can secure their rights. Learn more about the Fund’s work at globalhumanrights.org.

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