Member Benefits

James Logan, Oak Foundation
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Rachael Takens-Milne, Trust for London
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Free Access to:

  • An extensive on-line mapping and scoping tool with private data from more than 80,000 grants made globally to support social change and human rights.
  • Trend analysis and other knowledge resources created from that data.
  • A powerful on-line portal that acts as a library of useful documents and approaches.
  • A personal database of other funders in Europe and more widely working in your field or closely allied fields.
  • A series of specialist communities to keep you up-to-date and in touch.
  • A way of hosting secure collaborative or pooled initiatives.
  • A method of coordinating your grantees by creating and hosting private communities for them. 
  • Tele-briefings and webinars in specialist topics or approaches.
  • A monthly summary of events, research, articles and career opportunities.
  • Lunchtime and evening briefings in different countries and different languages.
  • A way of deepening and expanding your professional networks.


Subsidized access to:   

  • Master-classes, grant-skills events and networking dinners
  • The annual Ariadne Policy Briefing
  • Funders’ Learning Visits
  • Day long work-shops organised on specific topics such as Xenophobia and Intolerance or the Closing Space for Civil Society.

Membership Fees:

All Ariadne members are asked to make an annual voluntary contribution towards the Network at a level they choose.

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