About CURE Foundation:
CURE Foundation is a feminist-activist organization that promotes gender and sex equality and works for positive social changes through educational, cultural, and research programs. By organizing affirmative action, CURE celebrates the strength and power of women, and helps empower individuals so that they can become initiators of social changes in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the world. CURE is an organization of professionals and volunteers who go out on the streets as a sign of protest against violence, discrimination, violation of laws, and basic human rights.
About Global Fund for Women
Global Fund for Women envisions a world where movements for gender justice have transformed power and privilege for a few into equity and equality for all.
CURE Foundation carrying out the Movement-Led Approach (MLA) launched by Global Fund for Women in the Western Balkans region1 to support the Gender Justice Movement in responding to the rise of the anti-gender movement in the region.
CURE Foundation for Global Fund for Women is seeking to recruit eight (8) consultants – research organization or independent researcher/team to conduct a comprehensive landscape analysis of the current state of feminist movements mobilizing against sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) and anti-gender justice movements in the eight (8) countries: Western Balkan Countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) and Croatia and Slovenia.
This analysis and information will be used to establish an intersectional, intergenerational, feminist collective that is constituted by representatives of the WBR 2 feminist collective efforts and movements organizing against anti-gender movements in the WBR. This collective will develop a three-year strategy for the feminist movement to counter the crisis of rising anti-gender movements and SGBV3 in the WBR along with an approach for a participatory grantmaking process grounded in the needs of movement actors. We envision the landscape analysis as a comprehensive resource that will map out key actors, priorities, needs, opportunities, and challenges for the movement.
Note: Each of the eight countries in the WBR will have its own research organization or independent researcher/team.
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