Civil society initiatives to analyse, independently monitor and influence policy creation and the decision-making processes on issues concerning human trafficking.
Balkans Act Now
Europe Aid/ 154870/DH/ACT/Multi
Association for action against violence and trafficking in human beings-OPEN GATE is seeking proposals for civil society initiatives to analyse, independently monitor and influence policy creation and the decision-making processes on issues concerning human trafficking in North Macedonia with financial assistance from the EU.
The key objective of this call is to expand the Balkan Act Now! Network, by involving other CSOs from North Macedonia in monitoring and advocacy actions on prevention of human trafficking and protection of victims. The call of proposal is expected to contribute to CSO monitoring capacity and ensuring sufficiency of data on practical implementation of national law and policies related to human trafficking as well as enabling a pathway for CSOs to directly engage in national and regional activities.
The full Guidelines for Applicants are available for consultation at www.lastrada.org.mk on the following link
Full applications (the full application form, the budget, the logical framework and the declaration by the lead applicant) must be submitted in a sealed envelope by private courier service or by hand-delivery (a signed and dated certificate of receipt will be given to the deliverer) to the address below:
Association for action against violence and trafficking in human beings- Open Gate
Str. Sava Kovacevic 1a, 1000 Skopje, North Macedonia.
The deadline for the submission of applications is 17th of May 2019 the deadline for receipt is at 17:00 hour local time as evidenced by the signed and dated receipt. In case of additional information required, question may be send by e-mail to email@example.com no later than 6th of May 2019.
Overall information on the objectives, activities and criteria for awarding grants are available in “Guidelines for grant applicants”
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