Call for Proposals: Assessment of Advocacy Initiatives and Tools for Changing Gender Discriminatory Social Norms and Attitudes
UN Women, The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women, invites women civil society organizations (CSOs), women’s studies and research centres promoting women’s rights and gender equality to submit proposals to conduct an Assessment of Advocacy and Social Norms Change Initiatives as well as Tools for Changing Gender Discriminatory Social Norms and Attitudes to contribute to the implementation of the Programme “Ending Discrimination and Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Channing Minds” funded by European Union. The Programme aims at ending gender based discrimination and violence against women, with a particular focus on the most disadvantaged groups of women, in six Western Balkans countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo , FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia) and Turkey.
- Call for Proposals for Assessment of Assessment of Advocacy Initiatives and Tools for Changing Gender Discriminatory Social Norms and Attitudes
- Annex I. Guidelines for the Submission of Proposals
- Annex II. Application Cover Sheet
- Annex III. Project Proposal Template
- Annex IV. Workplan and Budget
Organizations that wish to participate in this Call for Proposals are requested to send all required application documents in one email to [ Click to reveal ] indicating in the e-mail subject: EVAW - CfP Regional Advocacy Initiatives and Tools Assessment.
By 20 July 2017, 23:00 (Ankara local time).
Proposals received after the date and time may not be accepted for consideration.
Applications must be submitted in English.
UN Women will acknowledge receipt of the applications through a confirmation e‐mail. Only those short listed shall be considered and further contacted.
While applicants could be operating and/or legaly registered in one or more countries covered by the programme, the proposal must cover all countries involved in the programme. Only proposals addressing the regional scope of the call will thus be considered.