National Post – The committee will hear the organization will increasingly divert money into larger programs, where it has to justify the investment of taxpayers’ dollars on a project-by-project basis. “We will become a lot more accountable…. [Improving human rights] is an activity that needs money and patience. You are not going to change bad practice on human rights overnight. There needs to be continuous investment and you don’t do that with $15,000 grants,” he said in his first interview since being appointed president at the end of February.
Human Rights Head: These Paltry $15 000 Grants Are Chump Change