The British Embassy Kyiv accepting Proposals under the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF)

Deadline: 5 April 2019

The British Embassy Kyiv is accepting project proposals for 2019-2020 under the Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF).


  • Peacebuilding – promote peace-building and political dialogue within communities
  • Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) – support integration of Internally Displaced Persons
  • Veterans (and their families) – strengthen the capacity of national authorities to protect the rights and reintegration of veterans and their families

Expected outcomes

  • Peace-building and political dialogue
    • support peaceful resolution of conflict and tensions in Ukraine
    • raise the profile of dialogue as a tool for participative decision making inside key national, regional and local authorities; ensure these tools are institutionalised within communities
    • use research, evidence-based tools and approaches to strengthen the national community of dialogue practitioners
  • Internally Displaced People
    • protection and promotion of IDPs rights through the provision of carefully tailored services
    • promote social cohesion and address personal safety challenges associated with the conflict
    • strengthen legal provisions to enhance employment opportunities
    • protect the rights of children affected by conflict
    • protect the rights of individuals who suffer from gender based and domestic violence
    • support to national and regional authorities to improve social cohesion in the oblasts
    • provide protection and opportunities for conflict-affected populations.
  • Veterans (and their families)
    • promote cooperation between Ministries to ensure a joint governmental approach to address veterans’ issues
    • provision of social services for veterans
    • support rehabilitation services including further education and training
    • develop local psychological and other relevant expertise to support veterans and their families
    • support coordination platforms, which collate all service available for veterans

Funding Information

  • minimum budget limit: £300,000
  • maximum budget limit: £500,000

Assessment Criteria

Bids will be assessed against the following criteria:

  • alignment with the above mentioned thematic priorities and outcomes
  • realistic outcomes which are achievable within the funding period
  • clear monitoring and evaluation procedures
  • demonstrating sustainability
  • stringent risk and financial accountability procedures
  • alignment of the project budget with requirements and recommendations listed in CSSF activity-based budget template
  • value for money

How to Apply

Applicants must be submitted their applications at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit

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