Puljebørsen samler de kommende initiativer, der planlægger at søge om støtte fra Puljen. Her kan organisationer, der er ved at udtænke og formulere et kommende initiativ, dele deres tanker og planer, som andre hermed får muligheden for at tilslutte sig i processen op mod indsendelse af ansøgningen. Formålet med puljebørsen er således at give interesserede organisationer indblik i, hvilke pulje-initiativer der er under opsejling i det danske civilsamfund.

 

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Dette skal hjælpe til, at flere organisationer kan blive en del af de pulje-initiativer, der bliver bevilliget inden for Globalt Fokus’ pulje til støtte af kapacitetsudviklingsinitiativer.

 

Aktuelle initiativer findes nedenfor.

 

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 Localisation

 in Practice

The amount of financial assistance disbursed to emergencies has increased twelvefold in the last fifteen years – but despite this has never been so stretched to its limits. The Grand Bargain’s localization work stream seeks to address the humanitarian financing gap by ensuring “More support and funding tools for local and national responders”, and global activities on this GB work stream is at a top three. The high level of global activity under this work stream means that localization is subject to a range of different interpretations, raising questions such as: Is it localization if more INGO-decisions are taken at field level (the decentralization interpretation) or is localization defined by a conscious effort to transfer power to external local actors (transformational interpretation )? While quite some case studies on localization has been produced, there is little collated knowledge about which localization interpretations and implementation models work best in which humanitarian contexts, including linkages between decentralized and transformative models and how these link with the humanitarian-development nexus. As Danish CSO’s, we have a special obligation to ensure that our humanitarian responses, often implemented with our federations or alliances, always reflect localization as a diversified term, translating to which mix of localization models works best where, e.g. by recognizing differences between working with localization in conflict settings and in non-politicized contexts. The capacity strengthening project seek to collate the fragmented knowledge on localization and based on that challenge Danish CSOs’ preconceived understandings of the term, supporting Danish CSOs’ ability to conceptualize, contextualize and operationalize localization in the most effective ways when preparing for and responding to humanitarian crises.

 Save the  

 Children

 Denmark,

Oxfam IBIS

 3. April

 Katja

 Rosenstock,

 SCD

 

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