Collectives, movements or initiatives, located on the outskirts of the metropolitan region of Rio de Janeiro and working to reduce inequalities, can apply for the public notice made available by Casa Fluminense. Applications are open until August 14th.
The Agenda Rio 2030 public notice, which will support up to 30 projects with R$ 10,000, aims to institutionally strengthen civil society organizations, build local public policy agendas and produce local solutions.
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The proposals chosen must address issues such as economic justice, racial justice, gender justice and climate justice. Details about the public notice can be accessed on the Casa Fluminense website.
Since 2019, Casa Fluminense has been a member of the Philanthropy Network for Social Justice, a space that brings together funds, community foundations and donor organizations that support various initiatives in the areas of citizenship, human rights and social justice. The purpose of the project is to promote, diversify and expand resources for donation in the areas of human rights and social justice.
Source: BdF Rio de Janeiro
Editing: Mariana Pitasse