The Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS): Inviting applications for ‘Global Elections and Political Transitions (GEPT) Sub-grant Program’ to for the funding theme-‘Increasing Participation of Traditionally Marginalized Populations in Electoral Processes’.

Funding brief:  Building upon its experience in partnering with a broad range of organizations, CEPPS will support activities that increase participation of traditionally marginalized populations in electoral processes by providing sub-grants to targeted local and/or regional organizations. CEPPS seeks projects which will:
● Decrease barriers and increase access to electoral processes for traditionally marginalized communities, including women, persons with disabilities, youth, ethnic and religious minorities, LGBTI individuals, and indigenous populations.
● Inform and empower all members of society to become more active participants in electoral processes.
● Strengthen the capacity of local and regional organizations and/or networks engaged in promoting the inclusion of traditionally marginalized groups in political life.
● Support organizations/networks in becoming centers for information sharing, technical assistance, and training to other local organizations on more effectively engaging traditionally marginalized populations in electoral processes.

This sub-grants program seeks to address these challenges by providing support to organizations working to empower traditionally marginalized groups and create more inclusive electoral and political transitions processes. Applicants to the sub-grants program will be asked to undertake activities designed to increase their technical as well as organizational capacity to increase access to high-quality research, information, training, technology, and technical assistance. Examples of illustrative activities in the development of inclusive electoral processes may include, but are not limited to:
● Public outreach, education, and/or media campaigns
● Legislative and/or legal advocacy around electoral law, policies, and practices
● Training, sensitizing, and capacity building for election management bodies (EMBs)
● Provision of professional development and/or academic courses that provide training on increasing participation of marginalized groups in electoral processes
● Civic organizing

Donor Name:  The Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS)
Funding name:  Global Elections and Political Transitions (GEPT) Sub-grant Program

Deadline: Applications must be submitted by email no later than 6:00pm EST, August 17, 2017.

Funding details link:

Funding limit: CEPPS plans to award up to six (6) organizations to receive sub-grants ranging between $20,000 and $40,000.

Special Notes: Please contact with the donor directly for further clarification and understanding.

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Eligible organization: As below

● Qualified applicants may be non-U.S.-based regional and local nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) or private, non-profit organizations, professional associations, and relevant special interest associations or coalitions. Awards shall not be made to organizations or individuals whose name appears on the “Lists of Parties Excluded from Federal Procurement and Non procurement Programs” or any U.S. government or United Nations lists of terrorists.

Eligible Country: Non U.S.-based

Submission mail:

Other important link:

How to apply:
Applications should be sent via email to: David Sands, CEPPS EPT Capacity Building Specialist,


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