Europeans for Peace: International School and Youth Projects 2020-2021 [EVZ Foundation]

Applications Close 20.1 2020. Europeans for Peace encourages young people to be active for human rights and democratic values. It promotes international exchange projects for young people from Germany and the countries of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe as well as Israel. In 2020, Europeans for Peace celebrates its 15th anniversary. Schools and non-school educational institutions are invited to join up in international partnerships and apply for funding for their joint projects. Projects can be implemented from May 2020 to October 2021. Funding can be …

National Endowment for Democracy Grants Program

Due Date: 10.1 2020. Support available to NGOs (including civic organizations, associations, independent media, and similar groups) for nonpartisan programs in the following thematic areas: Promote and defend human rights and the rule of law Support freedom of information and independent media Strengthen democratic ideas and values Promote accountability and transparency Strengthen civil society organizations Strengthen democratic political processes and institutions Promote civic education Support democratic conflict resolution Promote freedom of association Strengthen a broad-based market economy Grant amounts vary depending on the size and …

Oskar Halecki Polish and East-Central European History Award [Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America]

Nominations Due 1.11 2019. The Award recognizes a scholar in the field of Polish and East-Central European history who has written a book of particular value and significance dealing with the Polish experience or including the Polish experience within a larger East-Central European context. Eligibility The book or body of work must be written in the English language. The author must be a scholar living and working in North America. The book must have been published during the 2018 calendar year. If the nomination is …

Trust for Mutual Understanding

Initial Inquiries due 1.11 2019. The Trust awards grants to American nonprofit organizations to support direct exchange in the arts and the environment between professionals from the United States and TMU’s geographic region (Baltic States, Central Asia, Central/East/Southeast Europe, Mongolia, and Russia). Priority consideration is given to projects that involve direct, in depth professional interaction, with the potential for sustained collaboration; that show evidence of professional accomplishment and innovation; and/or that respond to social contexts and engage local communities. http://www.tmuny.org/applicants

Global Fund for Community Foundations Grants

Concept Notes accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. Open to community philanthropy organizations including community foundations, women’s funds, environmental funds, national public foundations, grassroots grantmakers, and other kinds of organizations that identify with the concept and practice of community philanthropy. Applicants must be based in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, or Latin America and the Caribbean. Focus Areas Strengthening the efforts of community philanthropy organizations to respond to, change mindsets around and build support for complex, sensitive or apparently …

September-October 2019 Internships [Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien / Centre for East European and International Studies]

Applications Due: 1.9 2019. The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS) in Berlin accepts applications for interns (full-time or part-time), for a period of three to six months during March-April 2019 or during September-October 2019. The role will include work on research projects as well as the possibility to contribute to the communications department. The organisation’s external communication focuses on the public image of ZOiS and the dissemination of research findings to the public. At the end of the internship, the intern will …

Velux Foundations – Social Projects Internationally

Applications can be submitted on a rolling basis. The Foundations aim to improve vocational education and training for youth in Europe, especially in Central and Eastern Europe. Project activities taking place in one or more of the programme countries – Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia – are invited to apply. Project Priorities Developmental, i.e. having a real development perspective and seeking to change and improve a specific vocational educational challenge. Systemic and exemplary, with ability to inspire other schools, organisations or the educational system …

Call for CocoWIP – Film Works in Production [connecting cottbus]

Entries Due by 22.8 2019. Initiative aims to enhance European co-production, with a special focus on East-West coproductions and to connect producers with potential co-producers. It is also open to producers from outside of Europe with an interest in Eastern European subjects and collaborations. Eligibility: Film projects must be development-stage/finance-stage fictional features (at least 75 minutes) with a producer based in Eastern Europe, Central Europe or South Eastern Europe (incl. the Caucasus and successor states of the FSU) or a subject connection to these regions. …

Young European Artist – Trieste Contemporanea Award 2019

Apply By 19.8 2019. The biennial award is given to a young Central Eastern European artist, with the aim of promoting their work on the international art scene. 2019 marks the 20th anniversary of the Award. Open to young/emerging artists under age 30 from: Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine. The prize gives the winner the possibility of thinking and displaying an exhibition …

Global Fund for Community Foundations Grants

Concept Notes accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. Open to community philanthropy organizations including community foundations, women’s funds, environmental funds, national public foundations, grassroots grantmakers, and other kinds of organizations that identify with the concept and practice of community philanthropy. Applicants must be based in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, or Latin America and the Caribbean. Focus Areas Strengthening the efforts of community philanthropy organizations to respond to, change mindsets around and build support for complex, sensitive or apparently …