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Cancer Council Victoria
Deadline: Monday 14th January 2019
The Victorian Optimal care pathways implementation program is overseen by Cancer Strategy and Development within the Department of Health and Human Services. Initiated in 2016, OCP implementation activities are largely undertaken by the Integrated Cancer Services and Primary Health Networks. Now well into its second year of state-wide activity, the program is sufficiently mature to ascertain its impact on the cancer sector.
The objective of this activity is to evaluate the impact of the Optimal care pathway implementation program, including the methods applied, on the cancer sector in Victoria.
Department of Justice NSW
Deadline: Tuesday 29th January 2019 11:00am
Contact for further information: Hannah Marshall on (02) 8688 2145
The NSW Department of Justice has released a Request for Tender for organisations, researchers or consultants with the capacity and experience to evaluate the Justice Advocacy Service. Over two years, The NSW Government will invest $10 million in the new state-wide Justice Advocacy Service to help people with cognitive impairment in contact with the criminal justice system to exercise their rights and fully participate in the process. The new service will be available to all people with cognitive impairment, including victims, suspects and witnesses, and will be available across NSW, including rural, regional and remote communities.
A Request for Tender for the Evaluation of the Justice Advocacy Service has been published on NSW e-Tendering at: https://tenders.nsw.gov.au/justice/?event=public.rft.show&RFTUUID=D1A10B32-CF7D-AA8D-DBDF66E7C97665D2
Full media release about the Justice Advocacy Service is available at: https://www.justice.nsw.gov.au/Pages/media-news/media-releases/2018/people-with-cognitive-impairment-to-receive-more-support.aspx
United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women
Deadline: Friday 18th January 2019
The United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women is accepting applications for its 22nd grant cycle (2018). Civil society organizations are invited to submit grant proposals for a minimum of US$50,000 up to a maximum of US$1 million for a period of three years.
Proposals are invited under the following three programmatic areas: (1) Improving access for women and girls to essential, safe and adequate multi-sectoral services to end violence against women and girls; (2) Increasing effectiveness of legislation, policies, national action plans and accountability systems to prevent and end violence against women and girls; and (3) Improving prevention of violence against women and girls through changes in knowledge, attitudes and practices.
This year, the UN Trust Fund is also seeking applications that specifically focus on:
(a) addressing violence against women and girls in the context of the current forced displacement and refugee crisis; or
(b) addressing violence against women and girls with disabilities.
Applications from women’s rights, women-led, and small women’s organizations are prioritized, in recognition of them being the driving force of the ending violence against women agenda, as well as being at the forefront of reaching women and girls survivors at the grassroots level.
The complete Call for Proposals detailing criteria, eligibility requirements and application guidelines is available at: http://grants.unwomen.org/ or via the UN Women homepage.
Deadline: Sunday 11th November 2018
For all details please see https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/78785