Time to nominate for the FUF award 2024

What do peacemaker Hannah Tsadik, climate scientist Johan Rockström, drone queen Helena Samsioe and human rights fighter Thomas Hammarberg have in common? Well, they have all been awarded the FUF award! Do you know someone who ranks in this group by having made particularly good efforts to promote global sustainable development? You can nominate it for the 2024 FUF award!

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June 17th, 2024

Receive an intern through FUF

Do you want to give a student an insight into working life and at the same time get to know the latest in academia? Do you want access to a candidate bank filled with committed and well-educated people who are passionate about making a difference? Then you can get an intern through FUF!

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June 13th, 2024

The FUF prize 2023 is awarded to Thomas Hammarberg

Thomas Hammarberg is awarded the FUF prize in 2023 because he has initiated, driven and led efforts in defense of human rights and against racism and discrimination with great commitment and skill. Through his strong commitment to children's rights issues, he was, among other things, a pusher for the creation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In a time when freedoms and rights are exposed to new [...]

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June 11th, 2024

The annual meeting documents are now out!

On March 21 at 17.30-19.00 it's time for FUF's annual meeting! Below you will find all documents for the annual meeting. Notice and agenda Business plan 2024 Budget 2024 Nomination committee's proposal 2024 Activity report 2023 Financial report 2023 Annual accounts and auditor's report 2023 Audit report 2023 Statute amendment proposal As a FUF member, you are welcome to join and participate and vote. Read more about […]

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March 14, 2024

EU + elections = EU elections

Of: The Chancellery

Only every sixth voter knows that there are EU elections in June - despite the fact that the EU works on important issues such as democracy, climate, peace and security and is the world's largest donor of aid. During the year, FUF is therefore carrying out the EU elections project, which starts in the parliamentary elections this summer.

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March 14, 2024

FUF is shrinking as a result of the aid cuts

Of: The Chancellery

Unfortunately, the clouds have darkened for FUF in the run-up to 2024. The appropriations which via ForumCiv, Sida and FBA for many years have financed the lion's share of our projects and programs have been closed. We have therefore worked hard to find completely new funding routes - both within and outside the country's borders - and although we are still waiting for a couple of announcements, we have had to make several painful decisions before 2024. In order for us to be able to continue our business in the future, we need all the help we can get.

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February 16

Contribute to Uttvecklingsmagasinet's continued reporting on Agenda 2030!

Of: The Chancellery

Fact-based information is a prerequisite for people from different parts of society to be able to understand and get involved in issues related to sustainable development, for example by making sustainable choices in life. Monitoring sustainable development also puts pressure on politicians to act on these issues and holds them accountable to their promises. Do you want to do like Parul Sharma and support the development magazine's independent journalism on sustainable development?

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November 10