U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs is seeking proposals for its grant programme entitled “Engaging Workers and Civil Society to Strengthen Labor Law Enforcement” to implement a project with the objective of effective engagement by workers and CSOs with the government and employers to improve enforcement of labor laws.
The overarching strategy for achieving this objective is to develop a self-sustaining, long-term capacity among CSOs and workers to strengthen enforcement efforts through activities such as improved monitoring of working conditions, better filing of complaints with enforcement authorities, and effective engagement with employers to identify and address potential violations.
ILAB’s mission is to promote a fair global playing field for workers in the United States and around the world by enforcing trade commitments, strengthening labor standards, and combating international child labor, forced labor, and human trafficking.
- Estimated Total Program Funding: $2,850,000
- Award Ceiling: $2,850,000
- Award Floor: $2,850,000
The following organizations are eligible to apply:
- U.S. organizations
- Nonprofits, including any faith-based organizations or community-based organizations
- Public/State Controlled Institutions of Higher Education
- Private Institutions of Higher Education
- For-Profit Organizations
- Non-U.S. organizations
- Non-US Entities, including PIOs
- The following types of organizations are not eligible to apply nor to participate as subrecipients/contractors:
- Organizations designated by the U.S. Government to be associated with terrorism.
- Organizations designated by the U.S. Government to have been debarred or suspended.
- Organizations planning to charge a fee (profit) associated with a project funded by USDOL under this award.
- In most cases, foreign governments and entities that are agencies of, or operated by or for, a foreign state or government
How to Apply
Applicants can apply via given website.
For further information, please visit Grants.gov.