APWLD Call for Proposals: Feminist Participatory Action Research for Feminist Fossil Fuel Free Futures (Climate Justice FPAR) 2019-2021

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Deadline: 12 May 2019

APWLD is currently inviting grassroots women’s rights organisations and movements to take part in this exciting Feminist Participatory Action Research programme that aims to develop action research which will be presented in national and regional forums, and will also be reported in the Global Stocktake in 2023, holding governments accountable to the Paris Agreement.

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Through the course of their FPAR journey, APWLD and its partners will shape current governance instruments to facilitate peoples mobilizing for climate justice through political action grounded in the grassroots realities and knowledge.

Funding Information

  • APWLD will provide 6-8 partner organisations with a subgrant of the approximate amount of USD 12,000 to 15,000. Research partners will need to select/appoint a mentor from their organization to assist the young women researcher throughout this programme.
  • APWLD will also support the young women researcher and their mentors to participate in capacity building workshops and provide advocacy or network opportunities.

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Additionally, the partners will also identify one or more local communities to work with throughout the sub-grant period that are implementing solutions around the areas as listed below:

  • Agroecological farming practices that deliver multiple co-benefits, from retaining bio-diversity and limiting the utilisation of chemical fertilisers, to enabling food sovereignty, increasing the ability to store carbon in the soil and improving food quality and health benefits.
  • Energy and resource democracy, where local people, particularly women, are allowed to make decisions over the use of local resources and the best way to fulfil their needs.
  • Investment in commons – public housing, public transports, community green spaces and seed banks designed to deliver both climate and gender impacts
  • Just and equitable transition that implies a shift from jobs in carbon polluting industries to green and decent jobs in sustainable, clean and renewable industries.
  • Participatory democracy in climate and environment related decision making for communities.

Selection Criteria of Partners

  • APWLD is seeking non-governmental, non-profit, grassroots based organisations with following requirements:
    • The team should consist of 1 (one) young woman researcher (below the age of 35) from the local community and 1 (one) mentor from the partner organisation or APWLD member organisation. If the organization is working with more than one local community then they will choose a young woman researcher who has access to all these communities.
    • The young woman researcher is expected to organize the women and girls in the community/communities to identify the impacts of climate change and the community’s demands through Feminist Participatory Action Research;
    • The partner organization will identify a woman mentor on its behalf who will assist the young woman researcher and manage the program throughout the course of the sub granting period. The mentor will be responsible for providing information based on review of their country NDCs and implementation of GAP as well as relevant climate/environment projects that are currently undertaken in the program area.
    • Partner organisation should also have ongoing projects/programmes that already work on the identified focus areas that they aim to monitor and support local community on. They must have capacity to conduct national level consultations with their respective ministries, working with media and other relevant stakeholders (without conflict of interest).
    • Committed towards the enjoyment and realisation of the human rights of women at community level in Asia Pacific, particularly of the most marginalised (young, rural, indigenous, migrant, Dalit women and/or women in other minority groups)
    • Committed to conducting the 2 years Feminist Participatory Action Research process;
    • Committed to feminist participatory methodologies that increase democratic participation and leadership of marginalised women in the research;
    • Can provide the appointed researcher with internet and computer access for regular online communication with APWLD secretariat and online training
  • APWLD will consider the following when selecting the ten organisations for this project:
    • Sub-regional representation;
    • Recommendations/ references by APWLD members;
    • Diverse human rights and development concerns of rural, indigenous, migrant and other marginalised women in Asia Pacific.

How to Apply

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  • Interested organisations shall submit:
    • Completed application form
    • Covering letter with expression of interest
    • Budget proposal
  • Please send completed forms via email at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit https://apwld.org/call-for-proposals-feminist-participatory-action-research-for-feminist-fossil-fuel-free-futures-climate-justice-fpar/

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