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Women as Agents of Change in the Rule of Law

December 21-22, 2017
On February 22, 2018, the Rule of Law Collaborative, in partnership with the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, will host a symposium in Columbia, South Carolina that will examine the specific strategies women have employed to affect change in the rule of law. Topics will include human rights education, access to justice, good governance; and participation and leadership in the justice sector. Women from civil society, government, the judiciary, private sector, and multilateral organizations will be symposium panelists. The symposium is free and open to the public.
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Good Governance after Conflict: Building Institutions for Reform

Ongoing
This online course, offered by USIP, gives participants a fundamental understanding of the considerations involved in building good governance in transitional and post-conflict environments. The fee is $395.
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Course on Security Sector Reform

March 19-23, 2018
During the week of March 19, 2018, the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA)--located in Stockholm, Sweden--will offer a five-day training course on SSR. The course will focus on fundamental concepts in SSR, as well as practical information for SSR practitioners. The course is intended for mid- and senior-level practitioners from a variety of organizations, and the fee to participate is 10,000 SEK. NOTE: The FBA requests that applicants apply at least 8 weeks before the beginning of the course.
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Protection against Risks and Threats in Conflict Areas

April 8-13, 2018
During the week of April 8, 2018, the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA)--located in Stockholm, Sweden--will offer a five-day training course on Protection against Risks and Threats in Conflict Areas. The course is intended primarily for "civilian staff in international or non-governmental organizations with limited or no experience of serving abroad," and the fee to participate is 18,000 SEK. NOTE: The FBA requests that applicants apply at least 8 weeks before the beginning of the course.

Featured Solicitations

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Securing Justice: Developing the Capacity of Mexican Justice Sector Operators within the New Criminal Justice System

December 11, 2017
INL is providing financial assistance to an organization to help support Mexico's new justice system. The goal of the program is to help continue Mexico's progression to strengthen security and help build an effective criminal justice system.  The program is offering  $8,000,000-$13,000,000 and the deadline for the application is December 11, 2017.
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Gang Resistance Education and Training (G.R.E.A.T.) Program – Training and Assistance Support through Central America

December 27, 2017
INL is offering this grant to continue to provide for G.R.E.A.T. Instructor Certifications to Central American Officers plus overall management and continuation of the program.  The application deadline is December 27th and the grant funding available is between $3,000,000 - $4,000,000.
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Model Law and Guidance for Regulating Lead Paint – Feedback on Implementation

Ongoing
UNEP, in cooperation with World Health Organization, and U.S. EPA have finalized a guidance document and a model law to assist countries in implementing lead paint regulations. The model law addresses rule of law issues, including seeking to protect vulnerable populations such as children and the elderly. UNEP is now soliciting feedback on the implementation of the model law.
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Supporting Civil Society in Montenegro

January 3, 2018
DRL is offering funding for a program that would help strengthen the capacity of Montenegro's civil society sector, in both the capital and municipalities. The award ranges from $350,000-$500,00.  The deadline to apply is January 3rd, 2018.