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Call for Proposals: Piloting Peace Messaging in Libya

Organisation: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

  • Eligibility criteria:
    – Experience in grant management in the proposed area of intervention
    – At least two years of experience in the field of public outreach and communications
    – Be able to submit project documents (proposal, reports) preferably in English, Arabic if not
    The organization’s political orientation must be neutral
  • Type of funding: Programmatic
  • Target country: Libya
  • Application language: English or Arabic

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Libya seeks to support a countering violence and misinformation campaign in Libya.

Peace messaging campaigns encompass a wide range of communication activities, including: public diplomacy; strategic communications by governments: and targeted campaigns, through its European Union-funded Stability, Unity, and Social Cohesion (SUSC) project. Through this Call for Proposals, UNDP Libya seeks to support community leaders (including religious authorities) and faith-based organizations to counter-message violence within their communities. To this aim, UNDP Libya hopes to identify and engage CSOs and NGOs as key partners in the campaign.

The selected organizations will play an essential role in establishing a community dialogue platform and engaging and building the capacities of local community leaders to counter-message violence in their communities. The selected organizations will also be encouraged to actively participate in their municipality’s LAC to support the development of a municipal PVE strategy, particularly pertaining to peace messaging.

Applying organizations are expected to devise proposals for innovative peace messaging initiatives exclusively in one or several of the targeted municipalities of this Call for Proposals: Murzuq, Kufra, Ghat, Sebha, Bani Walid, Zuwara, and Misrata.

See here to learn more and apply.

Status: Closed

Type:
  • Tender

Funding Size: USD 5,000 - USD 20,000

Deadline: 30/03/2022

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