Call for Proposals to Address GBV through Promising Practices and Community-based Research: About
We are no longer accepting applications for this call for proposals. The deadline for applications was February 8, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Pacific time.
- 1. About this call for proposals
- 2. Stream 1 - Promising Practices - Eligibility
- 3. Stream 1 - Promising Practices - How to develop your application
- 4. Stream 2 - Community-based Research - Eligibility
- 5. Stream 2 - Community-based Research - How to develop your application
- 6. Apply
- 7. After you apply
- 8. Virtual information session
- 9. Glossary
- Contact us
1. About this call for proposals
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Women and Gender Equality Canada works to advance equality for women and gender diverse people. It works to include people of all genders in Canada’s economic, social, and political life.
Context for the call for proposals
Gender-based violence (GBV) costs women and gender diverse people their lives. It has profound effects on children. Estimates show that Canadians spend billions every year to deal with the aftermath. Those at highest risk live in rural and remote areas, are Indigenous women, Black women, women with disabilities, women of colour, gender non-binary and 2SLGBTQI+ people.
There are two objectives for this call for proposals:
- For the Promising Practices stream: The objective is to fund projects to develop, put in place, and evaluate or to scale promising practices to strengthen the GBV sector.
- For the Community-based Research stream: The objective is to fund research projects that build knowledge to help address the needs of the underserved in the GBV sector.
- You can only apply to one stream of the call for proposals and can only submit one application to this call for proposals.
- You cannot apply to scale promising practices that are part of an unfinished project.
Stream 1: Promising Practices Stream 2: Community-based Research
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