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Fund to empower women to tackle abuse

This publication was withdrawn on 24 June 2016

The application process has closed.

Prospectus, application form and criteria for a £250,000 fund to empower women to tackle child sexual exploitation for 2015 to 2016.

Documents

Call for applications for fund to empower women to tackle abuse

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Weighting criteria

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Fund application form

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Detail

Documents giving details of how voluntary and community sector groups can apply for the Department for Communities and Local Government £250,000 fund to empower women and increase their confidence to challenge abuse including child sexual abuse. The fund runs for 2015 to 2016 only.

Documents include:

  • prospectus setting out objectives of the fund, criteria, restrictions and eligibility
  • application form to apply - deadline for applications is 31 March 2015
  • detail of weighting of criteria

View the report on how the government is tackling child sexual exploitation and responding to the failures that have been identified, also published on 3 March 2015.