Funding

As an academic Center based at one of the word’s premiere law schools, the CHRGJ is fortunate to benefit from substantial academic, intellectual, and other resources for which the law school is known. It also benefits substantially from the direct support offered by NYU School of Law, which not only houses the Center, but provides generous overhead, operational, and staff support.

To support its programmatic activities, the Center has also relied on outside funding sources over the years, including institutions or foundations and gifts from individuals.

Below is a description of giving opportunities available to those individuals interested in supporting the Center’s projects. All contributions are tax-deductible. For more information about specific focus areas, please see the Center’s Projects page.

Donation Options:

  • Online/electronic: You can donate online by clicking here, which will direct you to a secure web page housed by NYU School of Law’s Development Office, which handles all donations to the Center. Please note that you should specify “other” when asked to make a designation for the destination of your funds and then in the box provided, fill in CHRGJ and any specific program, if you want your support to be attached to a particular area of focus (see below for descriptions)

 

  • Fax/Mail: You can print out this contribution form, then mail or fax it to:Stephen Ackley-OrtizNew York University School of LawOffice of Development and Alumni Relations110 West 3rd Street, 2nd Floor

    New York, NY 10013

Your financial support can be directly applied to a particular focus of the Center’s many areas of work, so if you have strong preference, don’t hesitate to specify that on your pledge form. The Center’s programmatic activities are primarily supported by donations from individuals and foundations. Among other things, these funds go toward supporting our research and investigative work, including missions to countries where we have clients or partners; documentation, printing, and disseminating groundbreaking reports; convening meetings and public seminars on these issues; as well as outreach and advocacy work.

For more information about giving opportunities, please contact:

Lauren Staackpoole, CHRGJ Program Manager

lauren.stackpoole@nyu.edu

To find out more about our work on specific topics, please contact:

Deborah Popowski, CHRGJ Executive Director

Tel: 212-992-6188

deborah.popowski@nyu.edu