Deadline: 18th March 2018
The Resilient Roots initiative is looking for partners in a range of countries to design and rollout innovative accountability pilot projects over an 18-month period. These pilot projects will examine the factors which increase public support and trust in civil society organisations, to identify different pathways to greater, longer-lasting efficacy and legitimacy.
An initial grant of up to US $30,000 to cover your organisation’s costs to implement the pilot project, with the opportunity to access further resources for the continuation and
consolidation of this work
• Hands-on guidance to develop the pilot project proposal into a comprehensive implementation plan, along with tailored training and resources to build the specific
skills needed to undertake the pilot project
• Ongoing, regular support with project implementation, including the use of co-created
methodologies for measuring constituent-based accountability and resilience
• Being part of an active community of organisations working on constituent-driven
accountability approaches, focused on peer-to-peer learning and problem solving
• Promotion of your work to a global audience via case studies, blog posts and learning
resources, along with opportunities to connect with a wider network of experts and
practitioners working on accountability and resilience. However should you wish, this
need not include specific details about your organisation
Review the guidelines in the Open Call for Proposals, paying particular attention to the ‘What are we looking for?’ and ‘Who is this for?’ sections.
If you would then like to apply, please complete the initial application form.
Applications will be reviewed as soon as they are received and some grants may be awarded before this deadline.