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Human Rights and Democracy Programme in Russia - documents

Key documents of the Human Rights and Democracy Programme in Russia

Documents

FCO Human Rights and Democracy Programme 2014-15: Guidance for Potential Implementers at Concept Stage

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PROJECT CONCEPT FORM

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Standard terms and conditions

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Strategy

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*FCO Human Rights and Democracy Programme 2014-15: Guidance for Potential Implementers at Concept Stage (MS Word Document, 296KB)

*PROJECT CONCEPT FORM (MS Word Document, 55.5KB)

*Standard terms and conditions (PDF, 252KB, 13 pages)

*Strategy (MS Word Document, 136KB)

Published 6 February 2014