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NDICI – Human Rights and Democracy Activities at Country level 2022-2024 – Mongolia – 2023

Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument- Human Rights and Democracy Activities at Country level 2022-2024 -Mongolia aiming at promoting and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms, democracy and the rule of law.

2023-06-06
330.000 euro
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Institution European Commission
Sectors Citizenship & Human Rights Cooperation & Development Culture, Media & Communication
Beneficiaries Association & NGO EU & International Organisation Professional organisation & network Smes & Start-Ups (< 249 Employees)

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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms, democracy and the rule of law
  • To contribute to the full enjoyment by every one of all human rights, be they civil, political, economic, social or cultural right
  • To create and maintain an environment conducive to the full exercise of all fundamental freedoms, online and offline

Priorities

  • Priority 1: Protecting and empowering individuals
    • Sub-priority 1: Enhanced oversight by civil society in monitoring, preventing and responding to human-rights violations and abuses, and where relevant, violations of international humanitarian law
    • Sub-priority 2: Strengthened capacities of civil society, including in advocacy and raising public awareness, to help
      CSOs in their work to repeal discriminatory laws, policies, measures and practices
    • Sub-priority 3: Effective protection of human-rights defenders and their families
    • Sub-priority 4: Strengthened capacities of human-rights defenders and CSOs, including in strategic litigation, advocacy and public awareness
    • Sub-priority 5: Improved efficiency, quality, accountability, transparency and credibility of justice systems
  • Priority 2: Safeguarding fundamental freedoms, including harnessing the opportunities and addressing the challenges of new technologies
    • Sub-priority 1: Strengthened capacities of civil society and independent media to exercise fundamental freedoms
    • Sub-priority 2: Effective protection of – and support to – journalists, bloggers and other media workers
    • Sub-priority 3: Strengthened public awareness and inclusive debate on the centrality of HR&D in the regulation and use of new technologies in particular the Open Interne

Among financed actions

  • Advocacy, lobbying and development of strategies by CSOs to push for legal reform, influence policymaking, or counter restrictions imposed by States on CSOs and other non-state actors
  • Providing psychosocial, medical, and legal assistance and any other type of support
  • Facilitating dialogue processes and mediation activities (such as inter-community, inter-faith and intercultural dialogues)
  • Documenting – and reporting on – cases of human-rights violations, and where relevant, violations of international humanitarian law

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is a restricted call for proposals. In first instance, only concept notes will be evaluated.
  • Initial duration of the action: between 24 and 36 months

Eligibility

  • Be a legal person
  • Be a non-profit-making entity
  • Be a Civil Society Organisation
Financement
  • Total budget of the call: 330.000 euro
  • Amount of the grant: between 300.000 and 330.000 euro
  • Co-financing rate: between 70% and90% of the total eligible costs

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