Strengthening the domestic violence response in Mongolia
IDLO is implementing a project in Mongolia that aims to strengthen the response to domestic violence and increase access to justice for survivors.
To inform better tailored justice sector domestic violence prevention mechanisms and response in Mongolia, IDLO is seeking to provide a research sub-grant aimed at increasing knowledge and understanding of the consequences and dynamics of criminal and administrative law interventions in domestic violence cases. Specific research questions to be developed on this basis are intended to address the following key aspects:
- identifying specifics of the Mongolian context;
- analyzing relevant institutions’ interventions along the justice chain in criminal and administrative domestic violence cases;
- identifying lessons from current international practices on effective domestic violence prevention programs within the scope of work of justice sector actors; and
- providing greater insight into measures being implemented by justice sector institutions in Mongolia.
Interested candidates are invited to download the application guidelines and concept note template.
For additional information, contact Ms. Anastasija Miniajeva, IDLO Program Coordinator, Eastern Europe and Central Asia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Final deadline for concept note submission: Friday January 19, 2018