The Foundation for International Dignity (FIND) is a pro-democracy and human Rights organization working to promote peace, good governance, the rule of law and access to justice in Liberia.
FIND was established in 2002 as a regional organization to respond to the growing human rights concerns of Liberian refugees. The organization later registered in Liberia as a non-for-profit national organization in October, 2003 following the end of the civil war in the Country.
In responding to the Liberian government decentralization call, FIND constructed its new headquarters in Gbarnga, Bong County, central Liberia in June, 2011 and subsequently moved from Monrovia in December the same year.
The Foundation for International Dignity (FIND) has implemented several projects, including Peace Building, access to justice, democratic governance, general human rights promotion, etc.
FIND has extensive experiences in conducting consultative meetings/focus group discussions, community forums, stakeholder discussion, round table discussion, radio awareness, preparing awareness materials such as brochures, flyers, etc..
FIND is member of several networks including the National Civil Society Advisory Council of Liberia, the Human Right Advocacy Platform, the Election Coordination Committee (ECC), NARDA, FORUM, and the Transitional Justice Working Group.
Over the years, FIND has established and built strong network with local community structures, and CBOs where it operates. Prominent amongst such structures is the Community Action Committees (CAC) comprising of 12 grass root community advocates in each district of the 15 sub-political division of Liberia. The CACs are comprised of community volunteers who are training to conduct human rights awareness, monitoring, documentation and reporting in Liberia.