Submission Form: HRFN Member Events and Resources
The Human Rights Funders Network (HRFN) is excited to offer a submission form for member endorsed events, resources, RFPs, and Fellowship announcements. Please submit items before the 25th of the month in order to be included in the next HRFN Newsletter or Events Blast. This form may also be used to submit items that you would like to share on HRFN's website. Finally, this form will be the primary way members will be asked to submit events and resources, and will take the place of email submissions.
Please submit job postings here:
For other inquiries or questions, please reach out to Rebekah Cockram (
Note: HRFN has the discretion to decide what submissions to include in the newsletter and website. Submission of this form does not guarantee inclusion. HRFN also reserves the right to edit or shorten submission descriptions and language.
1. First Name
2. Last Name
4. Are you a member of Human Rights Funders Network?
I don't know
5. Where do you hope to share your event or resource? (check all that apply)
HRFN Newsletter / Events Blast
HRFN Working Group Listserv (please note which working group in additional information below)
6. Title of event or resource
7. Date of event
8. Time of event [Please note in EST]
9. Event location and address
10. Link for RSVP
Link to event website or additional info
11. Short TEXT description of the event or resource, may include speakers, co-sponsors etc...
12. Link any files or additional resources here. If you don't have a link, email
. (If you hope to feature your event or resource on HRFN's newsletter or website please submit a thumbnail photo).
13. Highlight any deadlines associated with your submission here
14. Additional space for event or resource information
15. Who should our members contact if they have questions about the event or resource?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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