Funding Committee Member

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The position of Funding Committee Member is a key part of The Hague Peace Projects success. As a non-profit organization, we rely on grants, donations, and crowdfunding to realize our projects and empower the human rights defenders that advocate for just and peaceful conflict resolution as well as defend the universal human rights of their communities.  As such, we are looking for hard-working, well-spoken and dedicated volunteers to be part of our Funding Committee. The responsibilities of Funding Committee Member include (but is not limited to):

  • Researching funding opportunities
  • Finding opportunities that are a match with our programs
  • Writing Open Letters
  • Strategizing approach to appeal to grant requirements
  • Delegating writing tasks
  • Co-creating and co-writing grant proposals with workgroup leaders
  • Updating Communal Calendar to include grant deadline and planning time.
  • Assist with crowdfunding strategy
  • Research and propose self-sustaining revenues
  • Create contacts in the funding community (grant givers and grant writers)


The Hague Peace Projects is has a dynamic small team. Therefore, finding the perfect fit is essential. Our ideal candidate would embody the following qualities:

  • Passion for human rights and peace.
  • Someone who believes that they can be a force for good even from far away.
  • Interest or curiosity in Migration studies and the impact of conflict on the displacement/migration of people.
  • Team player.
  • Culturally sensitive and good communicator.
  • Ability to meet deadlines.
  • Work with minimal supervison.
  • Positive Attitude.
  • Fluent in English and/or Dutch.  

About Us

The Hague Peace Projects is a young and dynamic peace organization based in The Hague, The Netherlands, the “International City of Peace and Justice”. The Hague Peace Projects (HPP) was founded in 2014 by four human rights professionals with one goal: to create a safe space for human rights activists from conflict areas and dictatorial regimes to come together, receive support and be empowered to continue their important work for peace and justice. Engaging with the migrant and diaspora communities, these human rights activists are given the tools and resource to empower themselves, building trust amongst groups in conflict, and create strong actions for change, both locally and back in their countries of origins.

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