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DemNet – Call for proposals in the EEA/Norwegian NGO Fund announced

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Küldetésünk: a közösségi szereplők közötti együttműködések ösztönzése, a közösségek tagjai önszerveződő képességének megerősítése, az emberi méltóság, felelősség és fenntarthatóság közösségi értékeit érvényre juttató attitűdök, és szemléletmódok…

nicoleta susanu‘s insight:

The overall objective of the NGO Fund is "strengthened civil society development and enhanced contribution to social justice, democracy and sustainable development". Based on the donors’ decision, throughout the Fund special attention is given to human rights of minorities (including minorities on grounds of ethnic origin, religious affiliation, language use and sexual orientation), good governance and transparency, combating racism and xenophobia (including hate speech and hate crimes) combating discrimination, social exclusion, gender inequalities and gender-based violence.

To this end the Fund supports projects developed in the following thematic areas:

democracy and human rightsgender and equal opportunitiescommunity and organizational developmentyouth and children issuesenvironment and sustainable developmentprovision of welfare and basic service to vulnerable groupsempowerment of vulnerable groups, including Roma

Deadline for applications: 29 April 2013

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