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STRONG: Sustainable, Target-group oriented, Resilient and Open NGOs with Good governance

Project Description
The aim of the "STRONG: Sustainable, Target-group oriented, Resilient and Open NGOs with Good governance" project is to strengthen the role that Human Rights Houses, member NGOs, and other CSOs in priority countries play in the democracy-building processes in their countries. This includes enabling them to improve their outreach and engagement with citizens and communities; promoting and engaging in dialogue between civil society and relevant stakeholders on the 4 fundamental rights nationally and internationally; and ensuring that well governed Human Rights Houses in priority countries serve as platforms and national networks for CSOs in their countries.
Specific Objective
- Provide support to third parties through the implementation of a sub-granting programme.
- Conduct strategic advocacy through the implementation of National Advocacy Plans with partners in priority countries.
- Provide support to Human Rights Houses in priority countries.
Expected Results
- CSOs in the EaP countries where the project is being implemented improve their outreach and engagement with citizens and communities.
- CSOs in the EaP countries where the project is being implemented promote and engage in dialogue between civil society and relevant stakeholders on the 4 fundamental rights - expression, association, assembly and the right to be a human rights defender - nationally and internationally.
- Well governed Human Rights Houses in the countries serve as platforms/national.
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PROJECT DETAILS
Regional
Priority Area:
Partnership that protects
Subsector:
Governance & public administration
Topic:
Human rights, Civil society
EaP Countries:
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine
Project Status:
Completed
Start Date:
01.07.2020
End Date:
30.06.2023
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EU Project Number:
416-178

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