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Council of Europe offering Grants for awareness raising Campaign on Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse – Ukraine

Council of Europe offering Grants for awareness raising Campaign on Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse – Ukraine

Deadline: 22-Nov-20

The Council of Europe is launching a call under the framework of “Combating violence against children in Ukraine” project with the aim to co-fund national projects for raising awareness and increasing capacities to implement the relevant Council of Europe standards to prevent and protect children from violence, including in the digital environment.

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The current Call for Proposals aims to support the implementation of national initiatives by non-governmental organisations in Ukraine. Selected non-governmental organisations will implement projects to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation and abuse, and provide targeted activities, tools and instruments.


The grants will fund projects designed to raise awareness on the phenomenon of child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA), including its risks, consequences and its extent and scope in Ukraine, promote the rights of the child in the digital environment, increase visibility and promote the Council of Europe’s efforts in Ukraine among various groups of professionals through different events, develop key messages and tools to be shared on media (including social media) and via other communication channels, professional platforms and networks, etc.
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The indicative available budget under this call for proposals $166,300,000. The Council of Europe intends to award 2 grants of a maximum amount of $83,150,000 each.

Projects may include, without limitation, the following activities:

Organisation of activities, promotions and events (for example, workshops, trainings, forums, seminars, interactive sessions, etc.);
Development and distribution of campaign materials;
Production of media content;
Implementation of awareness raising campaigns, development and distribution of information materials and media products;
Development of recommendations for professionals working with children;
Organisation of surveys for the target groups;
Conducting interviews;
Visibility actions.
Target Stakeholders

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Projects should target in particular the following key stakeholders:

Educators (teachers, school psychologists, social pedagogues);
Law enforcement representatives (police, prosecutors, judges);
Legal professionals working with and for children;
Non-legal professionals working with and for children;
Professional groups;
Parents and caregivers;
Eligibility Criteria

In order to be eligible for a grant, an applicant must:

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Be legally constituted as a non-governmental organisation;
Be entitled to carry out the activities described in its project proposal in Ukraine;
Have been active for at least three years in the field of protection children from violence and/or sexual exploitation and sexual abuse including in the digital environment and/or other related fields, including experience of implementation of projects funded by international donors;
Have sufficient financial capacity (stable and sufficient sources of funding) to maintain its activity throughout the period for which the grant is awarded and contribute by means of their own resources (including human resources or in-kind contributions);
Have sufficient operational and professional capacity, including staff, to carry out activities described in its project proposal;
Have a bank account in UAH (Ukrainian hryvnia) in the name of the applicant (organisation).
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