CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR PROJECT-ORIENTED CAPACITY BUILDING FOR CSOS – UKRAINE CALLING
- representatives of organisations or initiatives from Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, France or Germany.
- Individuals who have a genuine interest in cross-sectoral and interdisciplinary approaches in the field of local development, as well as a concrete idea for a topic-related transnational project that they want to implement.
- Individuals who are motivated to gain new knowledge and skills during seminars in Frankfurt (Oder) and Kyïv.
- Must have sufficient knowledge of English to be able to take active part in the programme.
- Funding amount: Kick-off grant up to €400
- Type of funding: Programmatic
- Target countries: Ukraine, Belarus, France, Poland, and Germany
- Application languages: English
Ukraine Calling has announced a call for applications for the Project-oriented capacity building for civil society organisations and initiatives from Ukraine, Belarus, France, Poland, and Germany on local development.
The programme offers seminars and workshops to provide orientational and applied knowledge on the topic of local development, as well as to assist its participants in developing cross-sectoral competences and to foster international networking. Actors from various fields (i.a. education, human rights, culture, media, academia) are invited to apply, introducing a project idea for cross-sectoral transnational cooperation, that they want to develop for subsequent implementation after the programme.
A special focus of Ukraine Calling concerns the questions about the way societal challenges can be tackled better by projects involving actors from different sectors (i.e. civil society, culture, city administrations): What are success factors for cross-sectoral collaborations? How to bring differing expectations and logics together to serve a common goal?
The costs for the events, workshops, accommodation, catering during the seminars and travels to Frankfurt (Oder) and Kyïv will be covered by the organisers. Furthermore, participants are supported with a kick-off grant (up to 400 €).
For more details see here.