Updated Jun 04, 2019CLOSED

Civil society in action to build restorative approaches and practices for children and youth in conflict or contact with the law

Offered by European Union

The main objective of this Call for Proposal is to support the CSOs and other nongovernmentalbodies at the local level to be able to work with children/ youth in conflict withthe law, their families, other community stakeholders related to this issue, by implementingrestorative approaches and mediation as a tool towards rehabilitation and reintegration inAlbanian society of the children/ youth in conflict with the law.
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GrantType
CLOSEDJun 14, 2019Deadline
€5,000 - €10,000Amount
6-8Duration(Months)

Mandatory Requirements

StageStage 2: Research & Development and Stage 3: Proof of Concept
Created inAlbania
Implemented in:
RegionN/A
CountryAlbania
Focus AreasEnabling Environment (Youth)
Youth Friendly Services (Youth)
Positive Youth Development (Youth)
Conflict Response (Humanitarian Assistance)
Good Governance (Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance)
This project aims to (i) to build knowledge of the restorative approaches in the new juvenilejustice code by coalition building & awareness raising among key stakeholders & in targetareas; (ii) to strengthen capacities of competent bodies & CSOs involved in the administrationof justice to juveniles to implement restorative approaches by carrying out a comprehensivetraining programme & developing guidelines; and (iii) to enable CSOs to support prevention ofimprisonment of children/youth through restorative practices.

The actions must take place in the municipalities of Tirana, Durres, Vlore, Shkoder, Gjirokasterand Korça where District Courts have established the section for minors.

The applicant must be:
• a non-governmental and non-profit-making organization
• be legally established in Albania, and
• directly responsible for the preparation and management of the action, not acting as anintermediary

Other Requirements

Target Beneficiaries
Target group: children/youth in contact/conflict with the law, their families and local communitystakeholders involved and responsible for the implementation of the restorative approaches;
Final beneficiaries: children / youth in contact or in conflict with the law, their families andcommunities supported through local interventions part of the sub-grant scheme, will be theultimate beneficiaries.
Planned Usage of Funds
The following types of operations are ineligible for this financial support:
• Actions concerned only or mainly with individual sponsorships for participation inworkshops, seminars, conferences and congresses
• Actions concerned only or mainly with individual scholarships for studies or trainingcourses
• The entity does not support any kind of organization, establishments or persons that areengaged in terrorist activity
• Co funding of other projects
• Deficit funding and capital endowments
• Project supporting political parties or illegal activities
• Purchase of land, buildings or offices
• Retroactive financing for project that are already in implementation or completed
• Projects tacking place outside the targeted areas
• Purchase of equipment (unless necessary for the successful execution of the Projectand costing not more than 15% of the budget)
• Projects which consist entirely, or in most part of preparatory works
Impact Evaluation/M&E PlanMonitoring and evaluation of the approved projects will be implemented by Tdh and AFCR.

Application And Awards Process

Applications must be submitted in a sealed envelope by registered mail, private courier serviceor by hand-delivery to the address below:
Postal address:
Terre des hommes Albania
Rruga “Skënderbej” Nd. 6, H. 2, Ap. 17,
Tirana, Albania

Attachments

Call-for-proposals.pdf
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