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Sectors: Citizenship, Education - Training, Local development, Social Affairs, Youth

Beneficiaries: Development NGOs

Regions: European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Islamic Republic of Iran

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Funds for: To enhance civil society organisations’ contributions to governance and development processes
Main beneficiaries: NGOs

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: To enhance civil society organisations’ contributions to governance and development processes
Main beneficiaries: NGOs

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives 
– Strengthening CSOs as partners in promoting social development;
– Strengthening CSOs as stakeholders in promoting inclusive and sustainable growth

Priorities
– Support to multi-stakeholder approaches and testing of innovative partnerships that facilitate optimal synergies and utilisation of different stakeholders’ experience and capacities;
– Promotion of innovative forms of interaction between CSOs in local public policy-making, aiming at the co-production of good governance and development outcomes;
– Support to genuine and equitable partnerships between European and Iranian actors

Among financed actions
– Testing innovations and improving the responsiveness of social policies to populations’ needs; 
– Contributing to the improvement of service quality by contributing to policy work; 
– Strengthening capacities to participate in multi-actor partnerships; 
– Providing social services to under-served populations; 
– Supporting social-economic initiatives aimed at job creation; 
– Reinforcing service provision for productive activities and access to productive resources; 
– Testing new approaches for sustainable cultural tourism; 
– Supporting participatory local governance of cultural heritage through innovative approaches to the multilevel governance of tangible, intangible and digital heritage; 
– Transferring of skills, training and knowledge;
– Assessing and preventing risks for safeguarding cultural heritage from the effects of natural disasters and threats caused by human action;
– Promoting exchanges among students and artists and opening new possibilities for networking and collaboration at local and international level