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Front Line Defenders

FLD provides rapid and practical support to human rights defenders through multiple actions, at the international and local levels.
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Front Line Defenders (FLD) is an international human rights organization founded in Dublin in 2001, with the specific aim of protecting human rights defenders at risk.

FLD works to improve the security and protection of human rights defenders and organizations around the world at risk for their peaceful and legitimate human rights work. As identified by human rights defenders themselves, FLD responds to protection and security needs by providing support through grants, capacity building, visibility, networking, and advocacy, at the international, regional, and local levels


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