Sectors: Human Rights, Humanitarian, Local development, Social Affairs
Beneficiaries: Development NGOs, Non-profit organisations
Regions: Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Latin America
Category: Call for proposals
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Latin America: Peru
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Responsible: European Commission
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The global objective of this call is to strenghten civil society organizations and local authorities in Peru, by seeking the reduction of poverty and inequality and also the promotion and the protection of human rights
This call for proposals has 4 different lots, each one presents its own specific objectives and priorities.
Priorities and funded actions:
LOT1: Social and economic development
– Strenghtening the organisational capacities of the CSOs involved in the production and trade of local products
– Promoting the environmental friendly initiatives of innovation for the socio-economic development
– Supporting political initiatives for the economic development at national level
LOT 2: Strenghtening civil society networks
– Defining the internal functioning of networks, especially the communication system
– Improving research capacities and consolidate spaces for dialogue with the State
LOT 3: Local authorities and sustainable development
– Helping local authorities to implement local development policies
– Encouraging citizens’ participation in the decision-making process
– Improving environment management at local level
LOT 4: Fight against violence and support to human rights activists
– Fighting violence in all its forms
– Strenghtening of the legitimacy of human rights activists
– Socio-economic development -civil society networks – local development
Among financed actions
– Seminars, training, conferences
– Proselytism, support to political parties