UNDP Proposal Call: To Prevent Violent Extremism on Indonesian Women
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites you to participate in a Call for Proposal for CSO/NGO to support sub-project of Preventing Violent Extremism Through Promoting Tolerance and Respect for Diversity (PROTECT).
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been implementing a PVE project called “Preventing Violent Extremism through Promoting Tolerance and Respect for Diversity” or the PROTECT Project phase I which has contributed to the acceleration of the issuance of NAP on P/CVE.
The first phase of PROTECT Project has taken the leading role in facilitating a series of policy engagement on the NAP on P/CVE with various stakeholders which lead to several advancements.
This NAP on P/CVE is expected to be adopted for the implementation in 2020. Not only support the issuance of NAP on P/CVE, but also the project contributed to fill the knowledge gap on PVE especially in the role of Moderate Islamic Organization in P/CVE, the level of radicalization through the mosque on State-Owned Universities, and the Implication of Regional Dynamic to the Islamic Organizations in Indonesia.
On the research of the role of women in religious-based organizations to prevent violent extremism:
Identifying the recent position of the women-wings organizations, not only from NU and Muhammadiyah, but also from other religious based organizations.
Identifying the good practices and lesson learned from their programmes on preventing violent extremism.
Identifying the challenges and support required from other stakeholders, including the government.
Identifying the existing and possible various role of women to promote resilience against women extremism.
produce recommendation of programme to be implemented by the project on strengthening the role of women to promote resilience against women extremism regardless different religious background.
disseminating the results and findings of the research to government institutions and related stakholders.
On the research of the map out the movement on spreading out the extremism after the enactment of Government Regulation in lieu of Laws no. 2 of 2017:
Identifying the recent movement of intolerance groups after the enactment of government regulation in lieu of law no. 2 of 2017.
Analyze the effectiveness of measurements has been taken by government institution, particularly educational institution after the enactment of the government regulation in lieu of law no. 2 of 2017.
Identifying response and supports required from other religious-based organization and related stakeholders regarding the enactment of Government Regulation in lieu of Laws no. 2 of 2017.
disseminating the results and findings of the research to government institutions and related stakeholders.
Furthermore, the selected NGO/CSO will focus its efforts on the following activities:
Conduct following pieces of research on:
The role of women in religious-based organizations to prevent violent extremism; and
The map out the movement on spreading out the extremism after the enactment of Government Regulation in lieu of Laws no. 2 of 2017.
Prepare at least 2 (two) policy briefs/ policy papers based on research findings;
In line with the outcomes of the research, conducting policy engagement with relevant stakeholders to
influence their policy on P/CVE with dissemination of the findings
Conduct several workshops to disseminate findings of research
Maximum budget USD 80,000.
The proposed objective(s) will be achieved by the following outputs through these activities and actions in Indonesia:
Output 1: Strengthening Policy Assistance in order to develop, coordinate and implement National Action Plan on P/CVE.
Output 2: National network, data and trend analysis to stakeholders to prevent violent extremism and radicalism in Indonesia is available.
Output 3: Strengthened capacities and resilience of P/CVE actors towards the extremist narratives and processes of radicalization.
The grant recipient (civil society or non-governmental organization, academia) with experience in conducting activities/ programme in the area of prevention of violent extremism (PVE) and youth movement; experience in the area of promotion of peace, tolerance, and respect for diversity through communication tools; and previous experience in working with private sectors, such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram is an advantage.
Relevance of specialized knowledge and experience on similar engagements:
at least 5 (five) years’ experience in the area of prevention of violent extremism (PVE) and youth movement
Experience in conducting workshops, trainings sessions, seminars for stakeholders and youth at community level
Experience in working with government officials and Universities
Permit to work in Indonesia (eligible legal status)
For more information, visit https://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=70757