The United Nations Development Programme in Georgia (UNDP) invites civil society organisations to apply for three grant calls under the EU-funded ‘Human Rights for All’ project.
The first call aims to promote the culture of non-discrimination of national minorities in Georgia. CSOs shall strengthen the capacity of national communities and youth and raise awareness for developing cultural diversity.
The second call will promote the inclusion of persons with disabilities in Georgia. CSOs are expected to strengthen the protection of people with disabilities and raise awareness to combat stigma and discrimination and support their social inclusion.
The third call aims to strengthen the LGBTQI+ community in Georgia, including raising awareness of discrimination against LGBTQI in employment.
In all three competitions, applicants may submit bids of up to $10,000 (excluding cost sharing, if any).
The deadline for applications is 31 October 2022.
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