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Year 2014

SOMO
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
United Nations
Global Reporting Initiative
Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD)

Year 2013

SOMO
OECD Watch
Bank Track
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD)
United Nations
CEPAL
Global Reporting Initiative
University of Santa Barbara
Patagonia

Year 2012

SOMO
OECD Watch
Article 19
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (IGSD)
United Nations
CEPAL
Global Reporting Initiative
EDLC
University of Santa Barbara
University of Oregon

Year 2011

Bank Information Center
World Resources Institute
SOMO
Global Transparency Initiative
Article 19
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Oxfam
Global Reporting Intiative

Year 2010

Primary Sources  (over 10%)
United Nation Environment Program (UNEP)
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Bank Information Center
World Resources Institute
Wallace Foundation.
Rausing Trust.
Harvard University
SOMO

Secondary sources (less than 10%)

(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)
Global Transparency Initiative.
UN High Council of Human Rigths.
Interamerican Development Bank.
SOMO.
ECOA.
Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense(AIDA)
Cerrejon, Co.
Government of the City of Bogotá- Colombia.
Center for International Environmental Law.
Indian Law Resources Center.
Global Reporting Initiative.
Environmental Prosecutor Office- Guatemala.
Environmental Prosecutor Office- El Salvador.
Bar Association of Madrid- Spain.
Global Green Grants.

Year 2009

Primary Sources (over 10%)
Harvard University
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)
Bank Information Center
Article 19
World Resources Institute

Secondary Sources (less than 10%)

(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)
SOMO- OCDE Watch
Global Transparency Initiative.
UN High Council of Human Rigths.
Inter American Development Bank.
World Bank.
Inter American Association for Environmental Defense(AIDA)
Others
Government of the City of Bogotá- Colombia.
United Nations Environmental Program (UNEP).
Center for International  Environmental  Law.
Global Reporting Initiative.

Year 2008

Primary Sources (over 10%)
Mott Foundation
SOMO- OCDE Watch
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)

Secondary Sources (less than 10%)
(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)
Global Transparency Initiative.
BankTrack
Harvard University.
Association for Women Rights
Gtong.
Bank Information Center
Inter American Development Bank.
World Bank.
Inter American Association for Environmental Defense (AIDA)
Center for the Implementation of Public Policies for Growth andEquity (CIPPEC)
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

Year 2007

Primary Sources (over 10%)
Norwegian Government
SOMO- OCDE Watch
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC)

Secondary Sources (less than 10%)
(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)
Global Transparency Initiative.
BankTrack
Harvard University.
Association for Women Rights
Gtong.
Bank Information Center
Inter American Development Bank.
World Bank.

Year 2006

Primary Sources (over 10%)
Ford Foundation (33%)
CS MOTT Foundation (24%)
British Embassy in Buenos Aires (18%)

Secondary Sources (less than 10%)
(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)

Department of Science and Technology – TechnologyModernization Program
Unitarian Universalist Service Commitee
Institute for International Education
Rights and Democracy
University of Essex – Finance Section
AFRODAD
Asociación Interamericana para la Defensa de Ambiente (AIDA)
Business and Human Rights Seminar
Association for Women Rights
Centro de Implementación de Políticas Públicas para el Crecimiento y la Equidad (CIPPEC)
UNESCO San José de Costa Rica
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwid
Global Greengrants Fund
Banktrack
Canadian Business for Social Responsibility
DECA Equipo Pueblo
Climate Justice Program

 

Year 2005

Primary sources (over 10%)

Ford Foundation (34%)
CS Mott Foundation (17 %)
British Embassy in Buenos Aires (10%)
Rights and Democracy (10 %)

Secondary sources (less than 10%)
(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)

Department of Science and Technology
Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense(AIDA)
Institute of International Education
UNESCO San José
International Network for Environmental Compliance and Enforcement (INECE)
Global Greengrants Fund (GGF)
ECOA/Ríos Vivos
IDASA
Bank Information Center (GGF)
World Resources Institute
Canadian Business for Social Responsibility
Tides Center
Sage Foundation
Protect Foundation

Year 2004

Primary sources (over 10%)
Foundation Richard y Rhoda Goldman: 19%
Ford Foundation: 67%
Britihs Embassy in Buenos Aires (6%)

Secondary sources (less than 10%)

(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)

Agencia de Ciencia y Tecnología, Argentina (Beca para Investigación)
Bank Information Center (traducciones)
Global Green Grants Fund (beca de viaje)
Hispanic Development Council (Programa de Pasantías)
Hobson Family Fund (beca de viaje)
Inter-American Association for Environmental Defense (beca de viaje)
International Institute for Sustainable Development (publicación)
RIDES (beca de viaje)
Embajada Británica de Buenos Aires (talleres)
World Conservation Union (IUCN) (beca de viaje)

Year 2003

more than 10% of fundig:
Hewlett Foundation
Ford Foundation
British Embassy in Buenos Aires

less than 10%

(Most secondary sources are reimbursements of travel expenses to attend workshops, conferences, seminars, etc. In some cases,support may include fees for publications, translations and teaching)

Gobierno Canadiense (beca de viaje para presentación ante la OEA)
Centro de Magistrados de Córdoba (viajes para capacitadores)
Christian Aid (beca de viaje)
ELAW (evidence gathering and advisory assistance)
Environmental Law Institute (beca de viaje/presentación panel)
Fundación Ambiente y Recursos Naturales (beca de viaje)
Global Reporting Initiative (beca de viaje)
Hispanic Development Council (Programa de Pasantías)
Human Rights Funders Group (beca de viaje/presentación panel)
Institute for International Education (beca de estudios e investigación)
International Institute for Sustainable Development (publicación)
North South Center (European Council) (viaje/taller)
Northern Alliance for Sustainable Development (ANPED) (beca de viaje/presentación panel)
United Nations Development Program (PNUD)
United Nations Environmental Program (PNUMA) (beca de viaje/capacitación jueces)
World Water Forum (viaje/taller)

Year 2002

Mas del 10% del financiamiento vino de:
Hewlett Foundation
Goldman Foundation

Menos del 10% del financiamiento vino de:
AIDA
American University
Center for International Environmental Law
Center for Social Markets
CISDL
Council of Europe
Global Reporting Initiative
Human Rights Council of Australia
International Council on Human Rights Policy
UN/NGLS
UNEP
United Nations
Wilton Park Conferences

Year 2001

Hewlett Foundation
Center for International Environmental Law
Ford Foundation
Wilton Park Conferences
United Nations
American University
Global Reporting Initiative
World Wildlife Foundation
Eco America
Human Rights Council of Australia
DFID (UK)
International Institute for Environment and Development
IATP
ANPED
MMSD

Year 2000

Hewlett Foundation
Center for International Environmental Law
International Council on Human Rights Policy
United Nations
American University

Year 1999

Center for International Environmental Law
Organization of American States