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Human Rights

Human rights are rights that belong to every person. Supporting human rights charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises mean that these organizations can continue their invaluable work within the human rights space.

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Donate to support anti-discrimination initiatives

Anti-discrimination is opposed to the unjust and prejudicial treatment of people. Discriminating against someone can take many different forms. Charities, nonprofits and social enterprises work tirelessly to ensure that anti-discrimination laws are drafted, implemented and upheld to protect people from unfair and discriminatory treatment.

Indigenous Peoples' rights

Supporting a charity, nonprofit or social enterprise that works to uphold Indigenous peoples' rights allows them to fund initiatives to ensure all Indigenous peoples have the right to be free from discrimination.

Ethnic and racial minority rights

Give to ethnic and racial minority rights groups to help ensure that minorities have practical access to social protection benefits on a non-discriminatory basis.

Immigrants' rights

Ensure immigrants are afforded their fundamental rights by supporting an immigrant's rights-focused organization.

Disabled person's rights

Assist in the development and enforcement of disabled person's rights by giving to recipients working in this field.

LGBTIQA+ rights

Stand with the LGBTIQA+ community by supporting organizations that work to uphold their rights and eliminate discriminatory actions.

Children's rights

Donate to organizations that exist to create and uphold children's specific rights and age-appropriate needs.

Prisoners' rights

Promote prisoners' rights by partnering with recipients who fight to uphold their human rights whilst incarcerated.

Rights of the aged

Protect the rights of elderly citizens by donating to those organizations that focus on ensuring safe, supportive and dignified care for all.

Women's rights

Facilitate the continuation of women's rights by donating to charities, nonprofits and social enterprises working in this field.

Support those working to uphold social rights

Social rights are the economic, social and cultural rights necessary to fulfil people's social and basic human needs. These right may include:

  • Cultural rights
  • Economic rights
  • Environmental and resource rights
  • Freedom of information
  • Labour rights
  • Marriage equality
  • Voter rights
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Contribute to individual liberties

Individual liberties may vary depending on location. They can include:

  • Euthanasia
  • Freedom from slavery
  • Freedom from violence and torture
  • Freedom of association and expression
  • Freedom of religion and belief
  • Reproductive rights
  • Right to free movement and asylum
  • Right to privacy
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Support justice rights campaigns

Justice rights refer to the rights afforded to those facing legal proceedings or those currently incarcerated. Justice rights can also include:

  • Capital punishment
  • Due process
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Support causes with Giveabl

At Giveabl, we help businesses and individuals automatically donate to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises via our website, API or code-less integrations.

You can support causes important to you or your customers without any hassle. Simply browse vetted causes from our curated selection of charities and social enterprises committed to doing good in the world, and get started today!

Koorie Heritage Trust
ABN 72534020156
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
The Koorie Heritage Trust is committed to promoting, supporting and celebrating the continuing journey of our Victorian Aboriginal communities. We do this through ourprograms and services. Our exhibitions and associated public programs, in particular, are designed to reflect a contemporary, vibrant and resilient Aboriginal Victoriancultural aesthetic. Our artistic and cultural vibrancy comes from the community of Indigenous artists we support. Our work directly benefits members of the Kooriecommunity including members of the Victorian stolen generation, Indigenous artists and craft people, our elders and youths. In addition, we are the only Indigenousorganisation with a collection of significant cultural artifacts for the community.
Museum Of Underwater Art
ABN 30624327224
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
MOUA has been incorporated to provide Underwater Museum, showcasing and encouraging protection of the Great Barrier reef. and the indigenous culture of the area.
West Kimberley Futures - Empowered Communities
ABN 65641126392
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Community Courage
ABN 36641885707
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Albany Community Legal Centre
ABN 12172591806
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided legal advice, tenancy advocacy and disability advocacy to low income and at otherwise risk people in the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
Peel Volunteer Resource Center
ABN 13382113021
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provide Volunteer referral, Volunteer Management, training and support to other Volunteer Involving Organisations, we promote volunteerism in the community. We also manager the volunteers for the RYDE (Regional Youth Driver Education) program and wells as a local home visiting program that supports elderly people in the community with a volunteer home visiting friend (volunteer) in partnerships with other local VIO's
Midway Community Care
ABN 45071386957
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided supports to people with disability to assist them in their day to day living and inclusion in to our local community.
Squared Away
ABN 38903087782
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Squared Away Incorporated assisted and supported people to access and engage in services applicable to their needs. Squared away mission is to assist and support crisis situations within the community
ABN 71240548149
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provide an advocacy service for people with disability, families and carers throughout WA. This includes an outreach service in the metropolitan region and in the Wheatbelt region.
Arts Access Australia
ABN 20084007321
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We increased equitable access and opportunities for artists, arts workers, participants and audiences with disability in Australian arts and culture. We do this through systemic advocacy, sector development and representation, and information provision. More:;
We provide personalised aged care and support and community services to help people live with dignity and respect in their own home and neighbourhoods. We provide health, wellbeing and capacity building services to people in need so that they can stay independent, in control and make the most of their opportunities and potential. We work within the areas of aged care, finance, Aboriginal family support, leadership training and local amenities.
Down's Syndrome Association Of Wa
ABN 39632817236
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Encouragement of independence and community involvement for all age groups through social groups. Networking and peer support for members, families, carers and the community. Information and support for new parents of babies with Down Syndrome. Fundraising to help provide services to members and the wider community. Traineeships and job placement in local business for adult members to gain skills and job experience.
Frequently asked questions

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Why should I donate to support human rights causes?

There are many reasons to support human rights causes through donation. One reason is to promote awareness and education about human rights issues globally. Another reason is to support the efforts of those working on the front lines to protect and defend human rights. Additionally,, donating to human rights causes allows you to be part of the solution in creating a more just and equitable world for all.

Does the Government fund human rights initiatives?

Yes, some human rights initiatives are funded by the Government, but with the broad and complex scope of work covered, there is always the need for more funds to support and advocate for more people. Adversely, there is also a need for some Governments to be held accountable for human rights violations, so external funding is required for accountability and transparency.

Some human rights issues seem so big; how can my donation make a difference?

It is a big problem, but we have to start somewhere to address human rights violations. Your donation will assist in financially funding advocates, legal representatives, and those working on the ground to impact people’s lives directly.

How can I be sure my donation is getting directly to those affected by human rights violations?

This is an essential question for any charity, nonprofit or social enterprise you are looking to support. Check their financial reports, and look at their ratings or feedback on trusted assessment or evaluator websites such as Charity Navigator or ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission); these organizations will differ depending on your location.

Suppose a charity or nonprofit does not disclose its financial reports or a breakdown of its expenses. In that case, this may act as a red flag for you and mean that further investigation is required, or you may decide to look at other organizations that are being transparent about their financial information.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on human rights, aside from donations?

There are many other ways to support charities and nonprofits that focus on human rights, aside from donations. You can volunteer your time, skills, and resources to help further their cause. You can also spread awareness about the work that they do and advocate for the issues that they care about. And of course, you can always donate money to help them continue their important work.

Human Rights are for Everyone

Human rights violations are sadly too common in today's society. Donate to human rights centered recipients through Giveabl's Donation API and plugins to provide vital funds to continue fighting for and upholding human rights laws and regulations.

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