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UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary forms of Slavery - How to contribute to the Fund


Governments, non-governmental organizations and other private or public entities, as well as individuals can contribute to the Fund. For information on how to contribute, you are kindly requested to contact the secretariat of the Fund.

The General Assembly and the Board have urged donors to increase their contributions, if possible, in order to provide the Board with the resources to meet the growing needs of victims of contemporary forms of slavery and the members of their families.

Donors are invited to contribute annually to the Fund before the session of the Board in December of each year.

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Highlights

How to apply to the Fund

Who can apply

The grants cycle

Revised version: Guidelines of the Fund for the use of applicants and Grantees
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On-line application System (GMS)

How to report to the Fund

Upon receipt of the grant, beneficiaries are requested to fill in and sign the receipt form and the banking form

Acknowledge receipt form
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Banking form
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First time grantees

All first-time grantees are requested to submit a progress report on the first six months of the use of the grant awarded through the online system (GMS), by 15 JULY every year. Please, click here to access GMS.

How to contribute to the Slavery Fund

Financial situation of the Fund

List of current donors

How to contribute to the Fund

Forthcoming events

19th Session of the Board of Trustees: Geneva, 24 to 28 November 2014

20th anniversary of the Fund
Publications


UN Voluntary Fund on SlaveryThe UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery
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Abolishing Slavery and its Contemporary Forms
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Outreach activities

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2 December 2013

Message of the Secretary General on the United Nations International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2 December 2013
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