YouthPower Learning Grants RFA: Advancing the Evidence Base for Youth Civic Engagement in Effective Peacebuilding for Mitigating Violent Extremism

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YouthPower Learning Grants RFA: Advancing the Evidence Base for Youth Civic Engagement in Effective Peacebuilding for Mitigating Violent Extremism

 visit youthpower.org for full details and to apply

Issuance Date: February 27, 2017
Questions Closing Date/Time: March 13, 2017, 21:00 GMT
RFA Current Closing Date: April 13, 2017, 21:00 GMT

Making Cents International under the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded contract YouthPower Learning is launching a request for applications: YouthPower Learning Grants for Advancing the Evidence Base for Youth Civic Engagement in Effective Peacebuilding for Mitigating Violent Extremism.

YouthPower Learning seeks to help fill the gap in the research or evidence base on youth civic engagement in effective peacebuilding or in countering / prevention of violent extremism. While many peacebuilding and CVE/PVE-relevant interventions include components of civic engagement and leadership for youth, relatively little is known about how the civic engagement of youth (a) contributes to peacebuilding or (b) is CVE/PVE-relevant in diverse contexts.

 visit youthpower.org for full details and to apply

 

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