BPMR is starting to recruit projects that help promote the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and its link to migration.
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The call for proposals is part of the project “Sustainable Development and Migration Goals – Multiplayers and Journalists Address EU Decision-Makers and Citizens”, funded by the EC’s DEAR – Education for Development and Awareness Raising program.
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- Raising awareness of the SDGs and their link at local and / or national level to migration;
- Involvement of the local population / general public and competent institutions;
- Participation of formal and informal local groups and citizens (pupils, students, activists) to raise awareness of the SDGs and migration.
- Improving and / or creating a place for the exchange of information on the implementation of the SDGs related to migration at local and / or national level;
- Increasing the attention and involvement of citizens in the implementation of the SDGs and their connection with migration.
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Local actions developed by the sub-grantees shall contribute to the pan-European campaign focused on fighting inequalities with special focus to migration (racism, integration, inclusion, role of development cooperation) and reaching out and engaging local citizens, including actions that aim:
- To raise awareness on SDGs at local level and to engage local population in mobilizing local actors and authorities in commitments and pr actical actions for the implementation of the SDGs.
- To raise awareness among migrants and asylum seekers and local communities about the importance of the implementation of the SDGs in their everyday lives.
- To showcase the positive impact of the migrants towards the development of the local and national economies.
- To develop public awareness and critical understanding of the causes, consequences and possible solutions to economic inequalities; and engage with public authorities to advocate public policies aiming at reducing income and wealth inequalities.
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Under the current procedure, 2 projects up to EUR 5,000 each will be financed.
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The project activities can start from the day of signing the contract and must be completed no later than December 30, 2020.
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- Local CSOs/entities operating at the local level
- National Civil society organization working on local and national level
- Note: National civil society organisations are eligible if the action involves local groups and people at the grass-roots level.
- In order to be eligible for a sub-grant, applicants must:
- Be a legal person and/or registered entity (registered before 2019).
- Be non-profit makingBe established in one of the project countries.
Note: An applicant can submit only one proposal.
For more information, visit https://facesofmigration.bpid.eu/project-proposals-bpid/