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NDICI – Support to Civil Society in Georgia – 2024

Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI) - 'Global Europe' for the period 2021-2027 is the EU's main instrument for international partnerships on sustainable development, climate change, democracy, governance, human rights, peace and security in EU neighbouring countries and beyond.

2024-02-27
5.885.000 euro
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Appeal framework

Call reference EuropeAid/180155/DD/ACT/GE
Program Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI)
Institution European Commission
Sectors Citizenship & Human Rights Civil Protection & Risks Cooperation & Development Culture, Media & Communication Employment Justice, Security, Defence Services to organisations
Beneficiaries Association & NGO EU & International Organisation Media & cultural organisation State administration & affiliated entities

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Call reference

EuropeAid/180155/DD/ACT/GE



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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To support civil society in strenghthening and promoting good governance, democratic values and human rights in Georgia
  • To foster pluralism and inclusiveness in Georgian society and to strenghten the role, leadership and capacities of minorities and vulnerable groups in view of their effective participation in social dialogue, political processes and sustainable development
  • To foster rights-based mental healthcare policy implementation
  • To support waster prevention, waster management and encourage circular economy practices
  • To counter disinformation and foreign interference and manipulation (FIMI)

Priorities

  • Priority 1: Supporting religious and ethnic minority groups to ensure full social and economic inclusion in society or strengthening capacities of civil society, improvement of legislative framework, policies and practices to promote rights of LGBTIQ persons and promoting social inclusion of LGBTIQ persons in all spheres of life
  • Priority 2: Implementing policies and actions that contribute to the strengthening and capacity building of the mental health sector in Georgia, and/or promoting policy dialogue and actions for enforcement and implementation of the national mental health policy and legislation
  • Priority 3: Raising awareness amongst the general public on mental health issues, fighting stigmata and contributing to the joint work with relevant non-state and state actors
  • Priority 4: Implementing policies and actions that contribute to the strengthening and capacity building of local waste prevention and management capacities and/or encouraging behavioural change among populations towards reduction and separation of waste and/or assessing the needs for and contributing to the development of key waste prevention and management equipment/infrastructure at local level
  • Priority 5: Introducing circular economy concepts at local level and setting re-using/reducing/recycling/upcycling initiatives as best practices and/or contributing to the design of a National Framework for Waste Prevention and Waste Management Linkage to Circular Economy  Planning at municipal level based on the national guidance documents
  • Priority 6: Building societal resilience and strengthening the whole-of-society approach to tackling disinformation by  empowering CSOs, fact-checkers, researchers, scholars, media monitors, academia, media and investigative journalists
  • Priority 7: Raising awareness amongst the general public about national security and hybrid threats, including cybersecurity, disinformation and foreign interference and manipulation – FIMI by working with relevant non-state and state actors

Among financed actions

  • Actions piloting innovative initiatives and best practices with the potential of replication on a greater scale
  • Actions ensuring engagement of communities outreach to remote areas and/or least integrated groups
  • Actions including sub-granting schemes that target grass root organisations without financial and/or operational capacity to seek funding from EU, outside the capital area

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 48 months
Financement
  • Total budget of the call: 5.885.000 euro
  • Amount per lots:
    • Lot 1: 890.000  euro are to be financed under the 2023 budget and 795.000 euro are to be financed under the 2024 budget
    • Lot 2 and 3: 1 million euro are to be financed under the 2023 budget and indicatively 2 million euro are to be financed under the 2024 budget
    • Lot 4: 1.2 million are to be financed under the 2023 budget
  • Amount of the grant per lots:
    • Lot 1: between 750.000 and 842.500 euro
    • Lot 2 and 3: between 1.4 million and 1.5 million euro
    • Lot 4: between 1 million and 2 million euro
  • Co-financing rate: between 50% and 95% of the total eligible costs

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