Deadline: 8 November 2016
ILGA-Europe is seeking proposals from LGBTI organisations for its Documentation and Advocacy Fund with an aim to support documentation of incidence of homophobic and transphobic violence in European countries.
This call will specifically focus on data-collection of LGBTI-phobic hate crimes supported the government of the Netherlands.
- To work towards LGBTI equality by gathering evidence of human rights violations and supporting evidence-based advocacy throughout Europe;
- To promote documentation of cases of discrimination, hate crimes and other human rights violations against LGBTI people according to the international human rights documentation standards;
- To build capacity of LGBTI organisations in Europe to monitor and document human rights violations on the grounds of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression;
- To enable the use of well-documented information for advocacy purposes at the national level;
- To develop methodology and tools that can be replicated in other European countries for collection of reliable information on human rights violations.
5 to 8 grants with a maximum of 7,500 € each (total budget of the call: 35,000€) can be supported.
- Applications from the LGBTI organisations that did not receive support under ILGA-Europe’s Documentation and Advocacy Fund in last 5 years from European region (countries-members of the Council of Europe) are eligible only.
- Proposals will be accepted from LGBTI organisations officially registered with local authorities or unregistered initiative groups.
- Application forms shall include a description of the planned activities and of the chosen reporting methodology. Your proposals will be evaluated taking into account the capacity of your organisation to implement the project.
How to Apply
Interested applicants must download the application form via given website.
For more information, please visit Documentation and Advocacy Fund.