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NDICI – Support to civil society and human rights in Syria – 2023

Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument - Support to civil society and human rights in Syria aiming at contributing to the sustainable and equitable development of communities in Syria and to the full enjoyment of all human rights by all.

2023-05-16
5.4 million euro
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Appeal framework

Institution European Commission
Sectors Citizenship & Human Rights Cooperation & Development Environment & Climate
Beneficiaries Association & NGO Professional organisation & network
Regions Worldwide
Details

Actions must take place in Syria, except in limited cases where some project activities such as training activities may take place in Neighbouring countries.


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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To contribute to the sustainable and equitable development of communities in Syria and to the full enjoyment of all human rights by all
  • Lot 1 “Civil society support”:
    • To support the development of joint actions and common spaces, which focus on leveraging community resources, building community resilience and fostering their agency
    • To support the development of common spaces for dialogue and joint actions which devise practical approaches to peacebuilding and conflict resolution
  • Lot 2 “Gender equality and youth inclusion”: To strengthen the capacity of local CSOs to engage in gender equality and youth inclusion
  • Lot 3 “Human rights”: To support and strengthen civil society organisations, democracy activists and human rights defenders working on critical human rights and democracy issues

Priorities

Lot 1 “Civil society support”:

  • Priority 1 – to help communities regain their footing
    • Sub-priority 1: to pilot new approaches where CSOs work with other local actors and expand the community support base for projects
    • Sub-priority 2: to pilot the creation of cross-geography value chains and collaboration on project implementation using collective resources
    • Sub-priority 3: to improve monitoring and evaluation frameworks to develop clear indicators for the incorporation of community demands and the understanding of how value will be created and sustained for local communities
    • Sub-priority 4: to forge civil society alliances across geographic, social and political divides
  • Priority 2 – to promote a peace and justice agenda
    • Sub-priority 1: to support to CSO platforms which span political and ideological divides
    • Sub-priority 2: to promote the dialogue between community representatives from different geographies
    • Sub-priority 3: to link different peace initiatives and helping them to increase their impact on the ground
    • Sub-priority 4: to create local capacity to sustain and monitor any political agreement that may emerge
    • Sub-priority 5: to support the networking of women political leaders across the political and ideological divides
    • Sub-priority 6: to link local women leaders to formal platforms representing civil society and women in the political process

Lot 2 “Gender equality and youth inclusion”

  • Priority 1 – to support capacity building and training for youth and women’s organizations, and for CSOs working specifically on youth inclusion and gender equality
  • Priority 2 – to empower youth and women to take on leadership roles and become agents of change in their communities
  • Priority 3 – to support women networks and professional associations
  • Priority 4 – to promote the economic empowerment of women and youth as a cross cutting issue in all rec overy and resilience programming

Lot 3 “Human rights”

  • Priority 1 – to promote gender equality
  • Priority 2 – to promote youth empowerment
  • Priority 4 – to promote the rights of people with disabilities

Among financed actions

  • Conducting independent analysis and organising and participating in community consultation processes
  • Supporting capacity building and training for youth and women’s organizations, and for CSOs working specifically on youth inclusion and gender equality
  • Awareness-raising and communication activities on human rights tailored for different target groups

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 18 and 36 months

Eligibility

  • Be a legal person
  • Be non-profit-making entity
  • Be a civil society organisation
Financement
  • Total budget of the call: 5.4 million euro
    • Lot 1 “Civil society support”: 3 million euro
    • Lot 2 “Gender equality and youth inclusion”: 1 million euro
    • Lot 3 “Human rights”: 1.4 million euro
  • Amount of the grant:
    • Lot 1 “Civil society support”: between 300.000 and 500.000 euro
    • Lot 2 “Gender equality and youth inclusion”: between 300.000 and 500.000 euro
    • Lot 3 “Human rights”: between 600.000 and 700.000 euro
  • Co-financing rate: between 70% and 90% of the total eligible costs

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