Photo: Advisory council members Hon Michael Kirby and Dr Elizabeth Evatt with Emeritus Professor Garth Nettheim

The Diplomacy Training Program (DTP) acknowledges with appreciation all its past and present funders, donors and friends for theirgenerous support.
DTP relies on philanthropic support from individuals and foundations, project grants, training fee income and in-kind support to provide practical training to committed and courageous individuals working on the frontline of efforts to build societies that respect human dignity and human rights.
DTP would like to acknowledge the very special contribution of Tom Kantor. It was his vision and support that sustained the organisation for some years.  Inspired by Tom Kantor’s example, DTP established 'Friends of the Diplomacy Training Program' who provide vital financial support for DTP’s work through their donations.

DTP would like to thank the Scully Fund, Hart Line Foundation, and other DTP ‘Friends’.

DTP appreciates the grant funding for international programs provided by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT); Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC); the Christensen Fund; Oxfam Australia; Ford Foundation; the Asia Foundation; the Office of the High Commissioner (OHCHR), the United Nations (UN); the International Labour Organisation (ILO); NZ Aid; Open Society Foundation and others. 

The Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales provides valuable in-kind support in the form of office space, training venues, and academic support to programs, as well as contributions to program costs and a supply of wonderful and talented interns.

DTP would like to acknowledge the very significant pro bono partnership with Corrs Chambers Westgarth.

DTP also acknowledges the work of its committed staff, interns, and volunteers, and the invaluable voluntary contribution made by its board of directors and its Australian and international advisory councils, all of whom ensure the financial support DTP receives is used efficiently and effectively.