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NDICI – Inclusivity in peace and security – 2023

Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument - Inclusivity in peace and security aiming at accelerating achievements in the domain of gender equality and to provide an in-depth focus on women, children and youth and inclusive participation for more effective conflict prevention and peacebuilding processes and initiatives.

2023-08-10
4.7 million euro
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Institution European Commission
Sectors Citizenship & Human Rights Cooperation & Development Justice, Security, Defence
Beneficiaries Association & NGO

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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To both accelerate achievements in the domain of gender equality and to provide an in-depth focus on women, children and youth and inclusive participation for more effective conflict prevention and peacebuilding processes and initiatives
  • To ensure that community-level conflict early warning systems, including early response, are gender responsive and inclusive
  • To strengthen existing formal and/or informal community early warning systems, including both data collection and dissemination, and early response with a gender responsive and inclusive approach
  • To address the needs and challenges hindering a meaningful and effective inclusive participation in peacebuilding processes, including gender, ethnicity and age dynamics, masculinities and taking into account intersectionality
  • To increase and strengthen the meaningful inclusion and participation women, youth and other marginalised groups who have a stake in peacebuilding and conflict prevention

Priorities

LOT 1 – Inclusive conflict early warning and early response systems at community level

  • Prioritiy 1: To strengthen local knowledge and ensure that data and information are effectively shared with local communities, including women, youth and minorities to better inform formal and informal response mechanisms
  • Priority 2: To support actions that focus on developing and/or strengthening the integration of specific response plans as part of inclusive early warning systems
  • Priority 3: To support local communities and authorities in the design and implementation of inclusive early warning systems, focused in particular on strengthening the role of formal and informal civil society actors, including women, indigenous and youth groups and children, and empowering conflict affected communities, in particular groups within these communities who are excluded and/or at particular risk

LOT 2 – Inclusive peace building processes

  • Priority 1: To address the root causes of violent conflict, in particular the challenges of gender inequalities, including the relation between masculinities and femininities and power dynamics in peace processes
  • Priority 2: To support locally led, bottom-up actions to respond to intersectional dimensions of exclusion, including informal, customary and religious structures that can either facilitate or challenge inclusive change in peace processes
  • Priority 3: To create and/or strengthen spaces for revising gender norms and enable inclusive provisions in peace processes
  • Priority 4: To support post-agreement transitions that ensure the accommodation, representation and meaningful participation of different identity groups to ensure the sustainability of peace processes
  • Priority 5: To adapt and translate existing gender and age-responsive conflict analyses toolkits and methods so that they can be used by local peacebuilders and ensure local ownership, including through innovative uses of media (including social media and local radios)
  • Priority 6: To strengthen the capacities and expertise of women and youth peacebuilders, including organisational and advocacy skills, and knowledge of political practice, and support them to meaningfully participate in local and national peacebuilding initiatives
  • Priority 7: To ensure linkages between formal peace processes (for example, formal negotiations and settlements), and the broader, complementary and/or informal peacebuilding and mediation efforts and contributions at household and community levels

Among financed actions

  • Enhancing capacities of authorities, local communities and peacebuilding actors in the areas of inclusivity, gender mainstreaming and women’s empowerment and promoting the formulation and implementation of concrete and integrated inclusive conflict prevention and peacebuilding strategies
  • Initiating and maintaining institutional cooperation of main stakeholders on the topic
  • Addressing and supporting relevant actors and sectors and supporting innovative, local solutions with potential widespread applications
  • Building capacity of the civil society and decision-makers in vulnerable, conflict prone states to design and implement conflict-sensitive, gender-responsive and inclusive conflict prevention and peacebuilding strategies by stimulating a learning environment and promoting the sharing of good practices

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals
  • Initial duration of the action: between 24 and 36 months

Eligibility

  • Be a legal person
  • Be a specifi type of organisation such as: non-governmental organisations, non-profit organisations or international (inter-governmental) organisation
  • Be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the action with the coapplicants and affiliated entities, not acting as an intermediary
Financement
  • Total budget of the call: 4.7 million euro
    • Lot 1 – Inclusive conflict early warning and early response systems at community level: 1.7 million euro
    • Lot 2 – Inclusive peace building processes: 3 million euro
  • Amount of the grant:
    • Lot 1 – Inclusive conflict early warning and early response systems at community level: between 850.000 and 1.7 million euro
    • Lot 2 – Inclusive peace building processes: between 1.5 and 3 million euro
  • Co-financing rate: between 80% and 95% of the total eligible costs

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