Partners and Donors

NPWJ’s international criminal justice strategy is implemented through multiple-donor and multi-regional projects.
NPWJ’s local partners include the Arab Transitional Justice Working Group, the “Al-Kawakibi Democracy Transition Center” (Tunisia), the Syrian human rights organisations "Dawlaty" and "The Day After", Justice Without Frontiers (Lebanon), Entishar Charity Society (Sudan), Action Contre Impunité pour les Droits Humains (ACIDH - Democratic Republic of Congo), Manifesto 99 (Sierra Leone), African Youth Initiative Network-Uganda, Human Rights Network-Uganda (HURINET-U) and the Ugandan Coalition for the International Criminal Court (UCICC), the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC), the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR), Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT, Pakistan), the Sisters’ Arab Forum (Yemen), Amsterdam Centre for International Law (The Netherlands), International Justice Tribune (France), the Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI),  the German Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF); and others, also involving civil society, parliament, government and inter-governmental partners.
Current funding is generously provided by the US Department of State (Department of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor), the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the government of Netherlands and UNDP. Past donors include the European Union, the Open Society Institute, the Governments of Belgium, Canada, Finland, Germany and the United Kingdom, the Special Court for Sierra Leone and the Commonwealth Secretariat.