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Safe and Inclusive Cities: Reducing urban violence, poverty, and inequalities

Deadline: 26/08/2012
Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) is launching a call for proposals as part of the Safe and Inclusive Cities research initiative. In partnership with the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development, this jointly funded initiative aims to build an evidence base on the connections between urban violence, poverty, and inequalities. It also seeks to identify the most effective strategies for addressing these challenges.

Grants of up to CA$500,000 will be awarded to carry out cutting-edge research in cities across Latin America and the Caribbean, sub-Saharan Africa, and South Asia.

How to Apply
 
Please carefully review the Call for Proposals document (available in English, French, and Spanish.) There, you will find an overview of the Safe and Inclusive Cities research initiative, as well as information on eligibility requirements, evaluation criteria, and instructions on how to apply.

Prior to completing your application, applicants are encouraged to consult the Safe and Inclusive Cities baseline study.

The Safe and Inclusive Cities application form is available in English, French, and Spanish.
 
Deadline for applications: August 26, 2012 at 23:59 EDT. 

Questions? Email us at cities@idrc.ca
 

Convocatoria de propuestas

Ciudades Seguras e Inclusivas: Reducir la violencia urbana,
la pobreza y las desigualdades


El Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo (IDRC) de Canadá anuncia el lanzamiento de una convocatoria de propuestas en el marco de la iniciativa de investigación Ciudades Seguras e Inclusivas
. En asociación con el Departamento para el Desarrollo Internacional del Reino Unido, esta iniciativa cofinanciada apunta a generar una base de evidencia sobre las conexiones entre la violencia urbana, la pobreza y las desigualdades. También procura identificar las estrategias más eficaces para abordar estos desafíos.

Se adjudicarán becas de hasta CA$500 000
para llevar a cabo investigación de avanzada en ciudades de América Latina y el Caribe, África subsahariana y Asia del sur.

Cómo postular
 
Sírvase leer cuidadosamente el documento Convocatoria de propuestas (disponible en inglés, francés y español). Allí encontrará una visión general de la iniciativa de investigación Ciudades Seguras e Inclusivas, además de información sobre los requisitos de elegibilidad, los criterios de evaluación e instrucciones para postular.

Se recomienda a los postulantes que antes de preparar su solicitud consulten el estudio de referencia
Ciudades Seguras e Inclusivas.

El formulario de solicitud para Ciudades Seguras e Inclusivas está disponible en inglés, francés y español.

Preguntas y respuestas (pdf).

Fecha límite para la presentación de propuestas: 26 de agosto de 2012 a las 23:59 h EDT

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