Working Together: Engaging communities to end violence against women and girls

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Text box stating Call for Proposals in white at the top, followed by Working Together: Engaging communities to end violence against women and girls beige and green. The emphasis in on the words End Violence all written in capital letters. The background is divided in multiple triangles in different shades of brown and green. A series of silhouettes appear at the bottom. The silhouettes seem to be taking assertive physical stance.

We are no longer accepting applications to the Working Together: Engaging communities to end violence against women and girls call for proposals.

The deadline for applications for themes Preventing and reducing violence against women and girls in high-risk neighbourhoods and Engaging men and boys in ending violence against women and girls was October 12, 2012.

The deadline for applications for themes Preventing and reducing violence against women and girls in the name of "honour" and Preventing and reducing the trafficking of women and girls through community planning was November 9, 2012.

The purpose of this call for proposals was to invite funding applications for projects that increase economic security and promote prosperity for women in communities across Canada. All projects will include a number of predetermined elements, which organizations must address in their proposals.

The purpose of this call for proposals was to invite funding applications for projects that promote equality for women and girls, and reduce gender-based violence in Canada. These projects consisted of a number of predetermined elements. Eligible organizations had to include these elements in their proposals. The projects under this call for proposals fell into four thematic areas: