U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of INL: Increasing Access to Justice in Bangladesh

bangladesh

(Amanda Padilla) #1

For anyone in the network interested in applying!

Opportunity: Increasing Access to Justice in Bangladesh, Department of State

Award: $200,000-400,000

Deadline to apply: Aug. 16th

Description: This project will provide professional and technical development for defense legal professionals that provide criminal legal aid services in Bangladesh and help develop the organizational capacity of government legal aid committees to improve access to justice for indigent Bangladeshis. The project will provide legal training for defense lawyers to enhance the quality of legal aid services and engage with government legal aid committees to develop strategic initiatives to improve public outreach capabilities, planning, administrative capacity, and coordination among government facilities and NGOs. The project will support efforts to counter violent extremism in Bangladesh through improving access to justice and formal mechanisms to air grievances.

Full synopsis and application link here.


(Tapan Kanti Dey) #2

Hi! Amanda, Thanks for this announcement. Can your provide information us about " how many award allocated for the Bangladesh" pls.

Thanks once again. Sincerely Tapan Kanti Dey


(Amanda Padilla) #3

Hi @tapan1970 - it looks like they are awarding 1 single organization. The grant amount can be anywhere between $200,000-$400,000. Hope this helps!


(Tapan Kanti Dey) #4

Only 1 award is not feasible. Need to work with some organizations. who are really working with grassroots very transparently, effectively and contributing justice for poor people. Require to scanning really who (organization ) are working in this sector through using different techniques. Not only use Just call for proposal announcement. .



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