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Friday, January 20, 2006 

Deadline for the receipt of applications extended to January 30, 2006

National-Level Advocacy on Mandates from the Fourth Summit of the Americas:Subgrants for CSOs

Partners of the Americas’ Center for Civil Society announces the National-Level Advocacy on Mandates from the Fourth Summit of the Americas program and invites CSOs from the Americas to apply.

The objectives of National-Level Advocacy on Mandates from the Fourth Summit of the Americas is to increase the level of compliance of OAS members states with the Fourth Summit of the Americas mandates, specifically those related to human rights, democracy, and governance. The program seeks to support projects in the design and implementation of CSO coalition-based advocacy and public education campaigns.

The program is open to all CSOs working in human rights, democracy, and governance at the national level in the following regions: Region 1 ( Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Dominican Republic), Region 2 (Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia), and Region 3 (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay).

Partners will select a maximum of one project from each region. Partners will grant a maximum of $30,000 (in U.S. dollars) to each project.

Important Dates

Start of project competition:
December 6, 2005

Period for consultations with Partners of the Americas:
December 6 – 19, 2005
New deadline for the receipt of applications at Partners of the Americas:
January 30, 2006

To access the application, click here Application

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