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The International Day of Democracy (IDD)

In 2007, the UN General Assembly decided to celebrate the International Day of Democracy (IDD) on 15 September each year in order to promote and defend the principles of democracy. Since 2011, democratic progress in Tunisia has been undeniable. Civic spaces multiplied, Tunisia adopted a new constitution in January 2014 followed by the democratic legislative and presidential elections, and the National Dialogue Quartet won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015.

Since 2016, at the initiative of IFES, Tunisia celebrated the International Day of Democracy with various local and international partners in order to:

  • Promote a positive discourse by focusing attention on democratic progress to reignite the enthusiasm post-2011;
  • Raise awareness about the fact that strengthening democracy is the responsibility of all components of the society;
  • Encourage citizen participation through the implementation of concrete community actions.

The 2021 IDD edition will discuss the importance of civic education and the crucial role it plays to reinforce and stabilize democracy.



To celebrate the IDD in the regions, IFES Tunisia is launching a call for proposals targeting civil society organizations in Tunisia to design and implement regional tents and activities at the local level. It is critical that the IDD is celebrated throughout the country. The overall objective of the call is to showcase the cultural and artistic vision of democracy and spark dialogue and festivity about civic participation in the regions. 

The applicant can target any governorate(s) in Tunisia. However, in order for the IDD to reach more regions, It is preferable to implement activities in the following governorates: Gafsa, Gabes, Sousse, Bizerte, Kebili, Zaghouan, Kef, Sidi Bouzid, Tataouine, Jendouba, Monastir, and Mahdia, Seliana, Sfax, and Kasserine.

Proposals should highlight innovation in the promotion of civic education and its importance. The activities may include events such as debates, café-talks, street theater, artistic public events, photo contests, CSO fairs, street art, YouthTalks, etc. Training as an initiative will not be accepted. 

The CSO can choose from 1 up to 6 governorates to implement their activities in. 

If we receive a variety of innovative initiatives, IFES is willing to give up to 3 awards. 

In addition to the financial grant, the awarded organizations in the framework of this call will receive a refresher training on project management.



Minimum: 3,000 TND

Maximum: 18,000 TND



The implementation period for the project should be a maximum 1 month. 



Locally registered Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), NonGovernmental Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Non-Political Party Organizations or other similar not-for-profit institutions are invited to apply. The DPOs, CSOs, NGOs, or CBOs should be legally registered as a non-governmental organization in the Tunisian Official Journal. Organizations should not have political or religious affiliations.

Individuals and the following organizations are not eligible to access funding:

  • Governmental and semi-governmental institutions
  • International organizations
  • Political parties or organizations affiliated with or engaging in partisan or religious activities
  • Organizations running on a for-profit basis

Annexe 2 – Budget Template FR_ENG

Annexe 1_ Application Form IDD 2021 FR_ENG



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