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Fund Calls

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Call for strategic litigation of complex and/or emblematic cases of Restitution of Land forcibly dispossessed and/or Abandoned addressed to Civil Society Organizations.

This call is focused on boosting the support of civil society organizations in highly complex and emblematic cases related to land restitution processes, so that strategic litigation generates useful tools, both for their resolution and for other similar cases to be processed by the Land Restitution Unit. Its objective is to contribute jointly with the UAEGRTD to the dynamization of the institutional response in emblematic and complex cases of restitution of land and territories dispossessed and/or forcibly abandoned, both individually and collectively, whose dispossession and abandonment has occurred due to the armed conflict in Colombia.

Pre-selected organizations:

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  • Objetivo general 

  1. Apoyar e impulsar acciones de organizaciones de la sociedad civil encaminadas a contribuir a la reconciliación y la reincorporación comunitaria de exintegrantes de las FARC-EP y sus familias, mediante la construcción e implementación de las Agendas Territoriales de Reincorporación Comunitaria (ATRC),  

  2. Fortalecer o aportar a la reconstrucción del tejido social generando condiciones de convivencia pacífica y democrática para apoyar el proceso de reincorporación de los y las firmantes de paz, contribuir a la re-significación de su presencia en las comunidades y evitar la estigmatización. 

  3. Promover la planeación comunitaria mediante el diálogo social entre actores comunitarios en los entornos de desarrollo de la reincorporación para dinamizar la reconciliación y potenciar los liderazgos de jóvenes, comunidades étnicas y mujeres y personas con discapacidad. 

Para tener en cuenta:

  • Fecha límite de envío de preguntas: 19 de julio de 2024 a las 24 horas de Colombia.

  • Fecha límite de envío de propuestas: 11 de agosto de 2024 a las 24 horas de Colombia.

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  • Objetivo general 

  1. Consolidar procesos territoriales integrales de memoria histórica y verdad que impulsen el conocimiento, difusión y continuidad del legado de la CEV, específicamente en la recomendación 67, en los departamentos de Antioquia, Cauca, Caquetá, Nariño, Norte Santander y Risaralda, entre ellos, desarrollo de iniciativas, impulso de lugares y sitios de memoria, acciones de pedagogía con apropiación social y conservación de archivos de derechos humanos que evidencian graves violaciones a los Derechos Humanos e infracciones al Derecho Internacional Humanitario con ocasión del conflicto armado interno. 

Para tener en cuenta:

  • Fecha límite de envío de preguntas: 19 de julio de 2024 a las 24 horas de Colombia.

  • Fecha límite de envío de propuestas: 11 de agosto de 2024 a las 24 horas de Colombia.

Other calls

Rapid response mechanism on women's participation in peace processes and in the implementation of peace agreements.

The Rapid Response Facility is a funding mechanism of the Women, Peace and Humanitarian Fund (WPHF) that supports strategic, short-term and urgent initiatives led by peacebuilders and advocacy organizations. women of civil society to enhance the participation and influence of women in peace processes and in the implementation of international, national or subnational peace agreements. The rapid response mechanism is not intended to finance medium or long-term peacebuilding initiatives.

 

The call for applications specifically contributes to WPHF impact area 4 on conflict resolution – greater representation and leadership of women in official peace processes and/or in the implementation of peace agreements – and the overall objective of build peaceful and egalitarian societies for men and women.

Applying for an UNDEF project grant and selection process.

UNDEF supports projects that strengthen the voice of civil society, promote human rights, and encourage the participation of all groups in democratic processes. UNDEF projects are two years long. Applicants can request a grant of a minimum of 100,000 US dollars and a maximum of 200,000 US dollars. The large majority of UNDEF funds go to local civil society organizations. In this way, UNDEF plays a distinct role in complementing the UN's other work -- the work with Governments -- to strengthen democratic governance around the world.

Since 2006, UNDEF has supported more than 890 projects in over 120 countries at a total amount of over US $211 million. Proposals are subject to a highly rigorous selection process, with fewer than two per cent of proposals chosen for funding.

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