Call for Proposals: CEDAW and Istanbul Convention monitoring and legal policy review (Only for Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Date: Tuesday, August 8, 2017

UN Women invites women civil society organizations (CSOs)/ women's CSO networks and platforms, organizations representing minority women, women with disability and/or other disadvantaged groups of women to submit proposals to collect data on gender stereotypes and public perceptions of gender roles and attitudes towards violence against women in Bosnia and Herzegovina to contribute to ending violence against women focusing on areas such as monitoring of and reporting on the implementation of international instruments (CEDAW, Istanbul Convention), improvement of the legislative and policy environment in line with international standards and advocacy towards revision of laws and policies for protection of survivors, with a focus on women belonging to marginalized
groups under the Programme “Ending Discrimination and Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds". The Programme aims at ending gender based discrimination and violence against women, with a particular focus on the most disadvantaged groups of women, in the Western Balkans and Turkey.

Organizations that wish to participate in this Call for Proposals are requested to send all required application documents in one email to indicating in the e-mail subject: EVAW BiH - CfP Objective 1, Result 1.1 or EVAW BiH - CfP Objective 1, Result 1.2 depending on which result the organization is applying to.

By 6 September 2017.

Proposals received after the date and time may not be accepted for consideration.

UN Women will acknowledge receipt of the applications through a confirmation e‐mail. Only those short listed shall be considered and further contacted.