Type of Funding
Nominations are being called for the 2017 Gulbenkian Prize in Human Rights, which aim to honour individuals and non-profit organisations that have distinguished themselves internationally in the defense and implementation of human rights. In 2017, special attention will be given to refugee issues. The Prize will be awarded at the headquarters of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, in a ceremony that will take place on the day the Foundation celebrates its Founder.
All individuals or institutions are eligible, regardless of nationality. The Prize cannot be awarded posthumously or to an institution that has ceased its activity.
Nominations must be made online by third parties by 31 May 2017.