Justice Rapid Response relies on voluntary contributions to fund its activities and a lean secretariat of highly dedicated professionals based in Geneva, with a liaison office in New York. The organization’s role as a unique actor in the field of transitional justice and accountability – along with its rigorous management and consistent results – has earned it the support of reliable donors.
In order to meet steadily growing demand and to make a lasting impact in our field, we seek predictable operational support. As flexibility is key to our success, funding can take a variety of forms, including unearmarked, programmatic, thematic, or project-based funding. We continually seek to diversify our partnerships with a broader range of public donors and private foundations to offset the limited availability of funding for the sector of conflict, peace and security, which still only represents less than 2 percent of total Official Development Assistance.
Australia – Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Belgium- Foreign Affairs Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation
Canada – Global Affairs Canada, Peace and Stabilization Operations Program
Canton de Genève
Denmark – Permanent Mission of Denmark to the United Nations Office in Geneva
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Finland – Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Ireland – Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Liechtenstein – Office for Foreign Affairs
Luxembourg – Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
The Netherlands – Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Republic of Korea – Korea International Cooperation Agency
Switzerland – Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
United Kingdom – Foreign and Commonwealth Office
United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)
Ville de Genève
Every year, Justice Rapid Response is audited by an external firm to ensure it has conducted its accounts and operations in conformity with its mandate and the rules of accounting applicable to it under Swiss law.