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Sectors: Humanitarian, Local development, Public Management, Town planning

Beneficiaries: Development NGOs, International Organisation, Non-profit organisations

Regions: Worldwide

Category: Call for proposals


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Responsible: European commission


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This call for proposals aims to enhance the EU capacity to prevent the emergence, re-emergence or escalation of violent conflict by strengthening the translation of conflict analysis into early action and response.

Priorities and funded actions:

– Increase local and global awareness of conflict risks and mainstream conflict sensitive approaches into policy-making, resulting in strengthened links between early warning, conflict analysis and early response;
– Provide EU policy-makers with access to targeted, and up-to-date independent field-based political analysis and early warning information on a country’s/region’s  to civil war and large-scale violence;
– Support the development and channelling of targeted and timely actionable policy recommendations for conflict prevention and early response into relevant EU policy-making and facilitate exchanges among EU institutional actors and with the civil society actors on early warning and early action.

– Increasing local and global awareness of conflict risks and mainstreaming conflict sensitive approaches into policy-making;
– Providing timely, independent and high quality conflict analysis and early warning information on countries in conflict-prone, conflict-affected and/or unstable contexts to national, regional and international policy-makers, with a specific focus on EU policy-makers;
– Channelling effective and targeted policy options for possible mitigating responses and early action to EU policy-makers;
– Increasing the systematic exchanges of information and analysis between EU policy-makers and civil society organisations, and among EU staff, on early warning and early actions. 

Among financed activities 
– Conduct of independent, high-quality, gender responsive and inclusive field-based analysis of long-term/structural conflict risks, short term risks/potential triggers, and resilience factors; 
– Production and dissemination of regularly updated policy analysis and early warning information, paying particular attention to EU un-met needs, in particular, those which are not adequaly or sufficiently covered by publicly available sources of conflict risk;
– Identification of options for early response and formulation of actionable (and creative) policy recommendations and/or advice on practical response options, possibly timed to decision-making opportunities and tailored specifically to EU policy makers;
– Capacity-building and awareness-raising activities;
– Advocacy and policy dialogue.