Rok za prijavu:18.12.2017.god.
Areas of Support
Behind every family of the world, there is a story of migration. The reasons for migration are as diverse as the consequences for human beings and societies. Refugee movement, migration and mobility concern all of us. Especially young people and their living environment are affected by migration on different levels.
The general objective of this Call for Proposals is to empower young people to actively shape their own living conditions and environment in the context of migration. Based on their migration experiences, children and adolescents should get enabled to advocate for themselves and to lead a self-determined life.
The specific objectives of this Call for Proposal are:
- to respond to immediate consequences of migration, which affect (forced) migrants as well as the local community; and/or
- to address longer-term individual and societal impact of migration experiences and histories; and/or
- to contribute to positive perspectives in the region and/or avoid negative consequences of migration.1
Following the principles of SHL special priority will be given to activities integrating decision-making and participation structures of youth.
Who is Eligible to Apply
SHL cooperates with local non-governmental organisations that:
- have participatory and decision-making youth structures in their organizational statute and in daily practice
- have a proven track record in the proposed activities
- have the technical, managerial and financial capacity to effectively and efficiently implement its activities
- share SHL‘s values, including vision, mission, internationally recognized principles concerning human rights, labour and child protection policies
- can use SHL funding to extend their core activities in ways that create additional opportunities for children and youth.
SHL finance will consist of direct funding.
The financial support for any individual intervention will be in the range of EUR
100,000 to 150,000. SHL funding should cover a period of minimum one year to maximum three years.