The Global Center, with the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague and several subregional partners, has launched a 24-month initiative aimed at strengthening the networks, capacity, and readiness of civil society organizations and community leaders to support the rehabilitation and reintegration of violent extremist offenders who have been released from custody, as well as returned foreign terrorist fighters, including via cooperation with governmental actors such as law enforcement and prison services. Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the project will be in three subregions (the Sahel-Maghreb, the Greater Horn of Africa, and Southeast Asia), with the Sahel-Maghreb region being the first focus area.
We invite interested civil society organizations from the Sahel-Maghreb, the Greater Horn of Africa, and the Southeast Asia regions to submit proposals as outlined in the guidelines below. The implementation of these small grants will be closely supported and monitored by the project partners.
For CSOs in the Great Horn of Africa, please click here for submission guidelines.
For CSOs in Southeast Asia, please click here for submission guidelines.
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