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Call for Proposals for Regional Programme on Ending Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds
Only for Turkey:
Deadline extended to 10 October:
- CFP Preventing violence against women and expending access to related services (Deadline: 10 October 2017, 23:00- Ankara local time)
- CFP Capacity Development Programme for women CSOs/CSO networks and platforms with a special focus on those representing and/or working with refugees and migrant women in Turkey (Deadline:10 October 2017, 23:00-Ankara local time)
Deadline extended to 16 October:
- CFP Data collection on gender stereotypes and public perceptions of gender roles and attitudes towards violence against women in Turkey (Deadline: 16 October 2017, 23:00- Ankara local time)
- CFP Strengthening the capacities of providers of services for women survivors of violence (Deadline: 16 October 2017, 23:00- Ankara local time)
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