Algerian League for the Defense of Human Rights
Algerian League for the Defense of Human Rights (LADDH)
In 2002 they received a $20,000 grant from the NED "To undertake a campaign for greater respect for human rights and rule of law in Algeria. The program will include small meetings with Algerian civil society representatives, a two-day national conference in Algiers, and the creation of a Web site to sustain an education and advocacy campaign for human rights." 
In 2004 they received another NED grant "To raise awareness of the need for the rule of law and respect for human rights in Algeria. LADDH will conduct four year-long campaigns centered on the necessity of lifting the state of the emergency; abrogating laws that impede democracy and free expression; advocacy on the rights of the disappeared; and advocacy for children's rights."
In 2005, they received another NED grant "To raise awareness of and work to reverse Algeria's anti-democratic practices. LADDH will continue its campaign to lift the state of emergency and launch a website as part of an outreach strategy." 
Resources and articles
- Description of 2002 Grants: Middle East & North Africa, NED, accessed October 3, 2007.
- Description of 2005 Grants: Middle East & North Africa, NED, accessed October 3, 2007.