Christian Solidarity Worldwide
AISBL (Belgium) Registered Charity (UK)
III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
P.O. box: 99
New Malden, Surrey KT3 3YF
P.O. box: 90
1040 Brussels 4
Mr Stuart Windsor
Ms Kerr Susan
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is a human rights organisation working for freedom of religion or belief through advocacy and research, in the pursuit of justice.
CSW exists to redress injustice and stand in solidarity and partnership with those facing discrimination and/or persecution due to their religion or belief.
Human Rights activities
Trade agreements with third countries
Meetings with EU Officials
Social Media communications
Human Rights events
Regular briefings produced for the information of the EU Officials
We monitor the work of those committees looking at Human Rights related issues
Intergroup on Freedom of Religion or Belief and Religious Tolerance
Activities aimed to promote freedom of religion or belief in the EU's policy through participation in European Parliament hearings, consultations and meetings with the European External Action Service (EEAS) and interaction and exchange of views with other stakeholders, including MEPs, representatives of EU member states and civil society organisations.
The EU Liaison office consists of three staff members.
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CSW is not a platform.
Human Rights and Democracy Network (HRDN)
European Platform on Religious Intolerance and Discrimination (EPRID)
01/2014 - 12/2014
< 9,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
CSW budgets are zero-based.
Under its Memorandum and Articles of Association, the charity (through its trustees) has the power to invest in such stocks, shares, investments and property in the UK as deemed fit. The trustees, having regard to the company’s liquidity requirements have operated a policy of investing surplus funds (through professional advisers) in appropriate interest bearing deposits at a rate exceeding inflation (as measured by the retail prices index).
Expenditure is included when due.
The majority of costs are directly attributable to specific activities.
The trustees, having regard to the company’s liquidity requirements have operated a policy of investing surplus funds (through professional advisers) in appropriate interest bearing deposits at a rate exceeding inflation (as measured by the retail prices index).
The Directors invest funds held in reserves in accordance with its Reserves Policy in appropriate interest bearing deposits at a target rate exceeding inflation (as measured by the retail prices index).
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.