The European Commission Restricted Call for Proposal- Sudan

Title: The European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) Country Based Support Scheme (CBSS) –Sudan
Deadline:  8th November 2010
Submissions documents: Concept Notes Only

The call for proposal falls under EIDHR is Objective 2 which is: Strengthening the role of civil society in promoting human rights and democratic reform, in facilitating the peaceful conciliation of group interests and consolidating political participation and representation.
The specific objectives (s) of the Call for Proposals are:

  1. Strengthen civil society efforts to bring about legislative changes and to improve state policy on fundamental human rights issues.

  1. Enhancing Political Representation and Participation

  1. Enhancing the inclusiveness and pluralism of the civil society.

Grant amount: The minimum amount that applicants can apply for is EUR 50,000 while the maximum amount is EUR 150, 000

The Country Based Support Scheme (CBSS) for Sudan focuses on in-country civil society organisations (CSOs) which may wish to cooperate with regional, European-based or other organisations and national public-sector institutions (including National Human Rights Institutions).
Organizations eligible must fall under the following criteria:

        Civil society organizations (including NGOs and CBOs)
        Third level academic institutions
        Independent political foundations (NOT political parties)
        National Human Rights Commissions and Parliamentary bodies
        Private sector non-profit agencies


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