Funding Detail Description
This funding opportunity seeks to organize a series of cross-border workshops, trainings, and advocacy campaigns across the country leading to a final conclave in New Delhi to engage with multiple stakeholders to forge public-private partnerships and to strengthen collaborative efforts. In continuation with our past collaborative efforts, we want to maximize attention in order to facilitate government action, as we complete a decade of Anti-TIP Conclaves.To continue to strengthen the anti-TIP ecosystem through facilitation of higher levels of government engagement, establish new economic cooperatives, and link them with the private sector; facilitate multi-partner collaboration; and conduct in-field research on recent trends, to provide actionable data to other anti-trafficking actors.The project aims to create an informed cohort of political players, elected representatives, government stakeholders, and private sector leaders who are in key positions to influence and shape India's anti-TIP narrative as well as share best practices in combatting TIP across the Indo-Pacific, within a span of two years. (Please refer to the full announcement available in related documents Tab)
Next CFDA (Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance) numbers are associated to this grant.
- 19.040 - Public Diplomacy Programs