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CASE - Call for Concept Papers
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CIVIC ACTION FOR SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME

CALL FOR CONCEPT PAPERS
NO. ITB/AZE/009/2012

The Office in Baku of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) is pleased to announce the 5th Call for Concept Papers under Civic Action for Security and Environment (CASE) Programme. CASE Programme provides funding to the civil society projects that address one of the following environment and security topics: sustainable management of natural resources; combating land degradation; natural and man-made disasters; management of hazardous wastes and chemicals; mining; sustainable transportation; climate change; and energy.


Deadline
Concept Paper Application Packages must be delivered on or before 21 September 2012, 12:00 hrs (GMT+4) in a sealed envelope marked with “No. ITB/AZE/009/2012 – Concept Paper for CASE - Do Not Open Before 21 September 2012, 12:00 hrs (GMT+4)”. Applications sent by e-mail and fax will not be accepted. Concept Paper Application Package must be submitted in Azerbaijani.


Eligibility
As the primary target beneficiaries of CASE-Azerbaijan Small Grants Programme, a full range of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) operating in the country is eligible to apply to the programme.

Value of grants
The maximum value of individual grant award is 14,000 AZN.

Further Information
A complete set of the Call for Concept Papers documents may be obtained at the OSCE web site (http://www.osce.org/baku/84066). Please address all your queries or questions to Ms. Zahra Ahmadova, Economic and Environmental Unit, OSCE Office in Baku, at zahra.ahmadova@osce.org. 


SEPTEMBER 2012
BAKU, AZERBAIJAN

Decision / declaration
4 September 2012
No
92506
English
Yes
No
Tender Notice No. 08/2012
Document

 The OSCE Office in Baku invites sealed applications from non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations legally registered in Azerbaijan for the purpose of finding an implementing partner for the “Broadcast Media Assessment Project”, to be based in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The Request for Applications documentation includes:

Section I:         The Broadcast Media Assessment Project - Outline

Section II:       Terms of Reference

Section III:      How to apply and the procedures to follow

Section IV:      Evaluation and Selection of Applications

Annex I:          OSCE Project Proposal Template

Annex II:        Budget

Annex III:       Certificate of Compliance for Potential Implementing Partner

Annex IV:       Standard form of the Implementing Partner Agreement (for reference purposes only)

Any Agreement reached as a result of this Request for Applications shall be bound by the enclosed standard form of the Implementing Partner Agreement.

Applications shall be delivered at the following address:

             Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

            Office in Baku

            Attn: Ms. Irina Krapivina

            Fund Administration Unit

            The Landmark III, 96 Nizami St.

            AZ1010 Baku, Azerbaijan

 

Applications shall be delivered on or before 8 August 2012, 12:00 hrs (GMT+4) in a sealed envelope marked with “ITB008/2011Implementing partner for the Broadcast Media Assessment Project - Do Not Open before 8 August 2012, 12:00 hrs (GMT+4)”. 

To ensure procurement integrity, OSCE will not accept applications sent by e-mail and fax. 

The application shall be submitted in English language using the standard OSCE project proposal template. All costs shall be quoted in AZN.  Please submit complete application packages.

The OSCE reserves the right to accept or reject any Application, and to annul, in whole or in part, or to suspend the selection process and reject all applications at any time and without reason prior to award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Applicant or Applicants.  

A complete set of the Request for Applications documentation may be obtained at http://www.osce.org/baku/84066. Please address all your queries or questions in writing at the e-mail addresses given below and kindly refrain from any telephone calls or personal visits.


Report
31 July 2012
No
105947
English
89023
Yes
No
Guidelines on Freedom of Peaceful Assembly
Document
Guide / manual / handbook
16 March 2012
This document is the second, revised edition of the ODIHR-Venice Commission Guidelines on Freedom of Peaceful Assembly, which were first published in 2007. The Guidelines offer a practical toolkit for legislators and practitioners responsible for implementing laws by drawing on good-practice examples from national legislations in European and OSCE participating States and the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights to illustrate the various legislative options used to regulate issues pertaining to the freedom of assembly.
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Thumbnail cover of the "Guidelines on Freedom of Peaceful Assembly"
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88583
English
Yes
No
Tender Notice No. 03/2012
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The OSCE Office in Baku invites sealed bids for the purpose of contracting an implementing partner for assisting in the implementation of the Office’ Monitoring of Detention Facilities Programme in 2012. The Programme will be carried out throughout the country.

In addition to this Invitation to Bid, the Bidding Documents also include:

Section I: The OSCE Monitoring of Detention Facilities Programme in 2012 - Outline
Section II: Terms of Reference
Section III: How to apply and the procedures to follow
Section IV: Evaluation and Selection of Applications
Annex I: OSCE Project Proposal Template
Annex II: Budget
Annex III: Certificate of Compliance for Potential Implementing Partner
Annex IV: Form of Agreement

Any Agreement reached as a result of this Invitation to Bid shall be bound by the Form of Agreement contained in the Bidding Documents. 

Bids must be delivered at the following address:

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
Office in Baku
Attn: Fund Administration Unit
The Landmark III, 96 Nizami St.
AZ1010 Baku, Azerbaijan

Bids must be delivered on or before 19 March 2012, 17:00 hrs (GMT+4) in a sealed envelope marked with “No. 3 /2012 – Implementing partner for OSCE Monitoring of Detention Facilities Programme in 2012 - Do Not Open Before 19 March 2012, 17:00 hrs (GMT+4)”. 

Bids sent by e-mail and fax will not be accepted. The bid prices shall be quoted in AZN.

THE OSCE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY BID, AND TO ANNUL, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, OR TO SUSPEND THE BIDDING PROCESS AND REJECT ALL BIDS AT ANY TIME AND WITHOUT REASON PRIOR TO AWARD, WITHOUT THEREBY INCURRING ANY LIABILITY TO THE AFFECTED BIDDER OR BIDDERS.

A complete set of the Bidding Documents may be obtained at the OSCE web site (http://www.osce.org/tenders/). Please address all your queries or questions in writing at the address given below and kindly refrain from any telephone calls or personal visits.


OSCE Office in Baku
Rule of Law Programme
The Landmark III, 96 Nizami St., AZ1010 Baku, Azerbaijan

Statement / speech
1 March 2012
Tender notice for detention monitoring project
No
86868
English
Yes
No
Tender Notice No. 01/2012 (re-issue)
Document

The OSCE Office in Baku invites sealed bids for the purpose of finding an implementing partner for assistance to female victims of trafficking and forced labour project to be based in Baku, Azerbaijan. 

In addition to this Invitation to Bid, the Bidding Documents also include:

Section I: Project  “Comprehensive support to the effective anti-trafficking and forced labour” - Assistance to female victims of trafficking and forced labour - Outline
Section II: Terms of Reference
Section III: How to apply and the procedures to follow
Section IV: Evaluation and Selection of Applications
Annex I: OSCE Project Proposal Template
Annex II: Budget
Annex III: Certificate of Compliance for Potential Implementing Partner
Annex IV: Form of Agreement

Any Agreement reached as a result of this Invitation to Bid shall be bound by the Form of Agreement contained in the Bidding Documents. 

Bids must be delivered at the following address:

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
Office in Baku
Attn: Fund Administration Unit
The Landmark III, 96 Nizami St.
AZ1010 Baku, Azerbaijan

Bids must be delivered on or before 12 March 2012, 12:00 hrs (GMT+4) in a sealed envelope marked with “No.01/2012 – Implementing partner for Project “Comprehensive support to the effective anti-trafficking and forced labour” - Assistance to female victims of trafficking and forced labour - Do Not Open Before 12 March 2012, 12:00 hrs (GMT+4)”. 

Bids sent by e-mail and fax will not be accepted. The bid prices shall be quoted in AZN.
The OSCE reserves the right to accept or reject any Bid, and to annul, in whole or in part, or to suspend the bidding process and reject all Bids at any time and without reason prior to award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Bidder or Bidders.
A complete set of the Bidding Documents may be obtained at the OSCE web site (http://www.osce.org/tenders/). Please address all your queries or questions in writing at the address given below and kindly refrain from any telephone calls or personal visits.

Office in Baku
Politico-Military Programme
The Landmark III, 96 Nizami St., AZ1010 Baku, Azerbaijan

Report
28 February 2012
Tender notice for finding an implementing partner for the Project “Comprehensive support to the effective anti-trafficking and forced labour” - Assistance to female victims of trafficking and forced labour
No
80076
English
41650
Yes
No
Applying to Court: Rules and Procedure
Document

The publication is only available in Azerbaijani.

Book
27 February 2012
This Azerbaijani-language handbook was produced by the OSCE Office in Baku in the framework of a project on individual human rights complaints.
No
88211
English
88211
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No
Trial Monitoring Azerbaijan 2010
Document
Periodical / journal / magazine
16 February 2012
Report based on the 2010 Trial Monitoring Programme conducted by the OSCE Office in Baku
No
86122
English
86120
Yes
No
Handbook on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Armed Forces Personnel
Document

This handbook presents an overview of legislation, policies, and mechanisms for ensuring the protection and enforcement of the human rights and fundamental freedoms of armed forces personnel. While recognizing that no single model can apply equally to every individual country, the handbook presents examples from across the OSCE region of practices that have proved successful.

Guide / manual / handbook
12 December 2011
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Thumbnail cover for "Handbook on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of Armed Forces Personnel"
Yes
83297
English
83297
Yes
No
Application form for participants
Document

This document is only available in Azeri.

Conference / meeting document
3 October 2011
Application form for participants of the OSCE-organized workshop on public relations and political campaigning
No
73359
English
73359
Yes
No
Trial Monitoring in Azerbaijan 2009
Document
Periodical / journal / magazine
21 October 2010
Report based on the 2009 Trial Monitoring Programme conducted by the OSCE Office in Baku.
No