Progressive abolition of the death penalty and alternative sanctions
Penal Reform International (PRI) and Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI) have received funding from the European Union to implement a project aimed at the progressive abolition of the death penalty and the implementation of humane alternative sanctions after a moratorium or abolition.
PRI and FHRI wishes to use part of this grant to support local civil society organisations to develop and implement an effective and efficient local, national or regional advocacy strategy aimed at the fight against the death penalty.
PRI and FHRI invites civil society organisations to apply for up to €5,000 to implement a small project aimed at the progressive abolition of the death penalty and the implementation of humane alternative sanctions after a moratorium or abolition.
The small grants programme is only open to civil society organisations from the following nine countries:
• Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
• Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
• Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia.
For more information about the small grants programme, please download the Terms of Reference (in Arabic, English and Russian).
The duration of the projects submitted to the programme must not exceed one year. Projects are expected to be completed by 1 April 2014.
An application must be submitted on the form provided (download in Arabic, English or Russian).
Applications will be accepted up to 18.00 GMT on Monday, 11 March 2013.
This small grants programme is being administered with the financial assistance of the European Union.