The EU and UN Women are launching a new competition in Eastern partner countries to promote gender equality. The EU4Gender Equality program has launched a new call for proposals addressed to civil society organizations in the Republic of Moldova. Funding will be available for organizations that promote gender equality, empower women, prevent and combat gender-based violence.
This is the third round of call for proposals that addresses civil society organizations of six Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine) promoting gender equality, women’s empowerment, prevention, and combating gender-based violence.
The proposals are expected to suggest cross-country initiatives to cover two or more project countries. The proposals may be built on the initiatives started under the first and/or second round of the call for proposals, and must include cross-country exchanges, experience sharing, partnership building with civil society from at least one more country of the Easter Partnership.
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The proposals will contribute to addressing and shifting gender stereotypes and adverse social norms as the underlying causes of gender inequality and violence against women as its most pervasive form.
This call for proposals is announced in the framework of the “EU 4 Gender Equality: Together against gender stereotypes and gender-based violence” programme, funded by the European Union, implemented jointly by UN Women and United Nations Population Fund.
The application deadline is July 8. More details are available HERE!