Call for proposals CERV-2023-DAPHNE
The call will finance a limited number of transnational, national or regional actors/intermediaries which will build the capacities of and re-grant (i.e. further disburse the grant) to civil society organisations (CSOs) active at local, regional, national level.
Through this mechanism, EU funding should help to support, empower and build the capacity of independent civil society organisations active in preventing and combatting all forms of gender-based violence against women and girls and all forms of gender-based violence, including against LGBTIQ people, women and children in the migration context, as well as different forms of violence against children, in particular by:
- Providing victim support tailored to the specific needs of victims, including specific medical and psychological support, victim-centred and trauma-informed services, access to national helplines, access to justice, increased accessibility of shelters, including comprehensive support for victims of sexual harassment at work;
- Preventing violence, including by raising awareness, training professionals who are likely to come in contact with victims, and working with offenders;
- Tackling gender stereotypes as root causes of gender-based violence;
- Strengthening child protection system by improving prevention, protection and support services for (potential) children victims/witnesses of violence and those in need of protection, including multi-disciplinary cooperation.
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