Taller Abierto, in Cali, Colombia, is dedicated to shaping and strengthening new, autonomous organizations and networks of marginalized women and youth. Working in six municipalities, it provides workshops, advocacy and communications that aim to increase self esteem, provide psychosocial support and legal advice, promote health and gender equality, help participants understand their rights and persuade local governments to respond to basic needs.
Strengthening of Organizations and Networks of Displaced and Marginalized Women and Youth
Purpose: To empower grassroots peacebuilding organizations and networks of displaced women and youth by providing legal services, media outreach, and community-needs assessments and research.
|Project Grant Amount||$90,000|
|Total Grants Received||$204,000|
|Theme||Civil and Political Rights|
|Population Served||Indigenous peoples, Refugees and IDPs, Women, Youth|