Deadline: 17 March 2017
The Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation is inviting civil society for its safeguarding democracy project proposals that play a fundamental role in defending and advancing fundamental human values like human rights, freedom, justice, rule of law, equality, prosperity, in promoting good governance, and supporting a free and independent media.
- Countering the anti-western propaganda
- Debunking fake news and advancing media literacy
- Promoting good governance processes
- Advancing fundamental human values
- The average grant will be $24,999. Multilateral projects may exceed that amount.
- The minimum duration of a project is 6 months and the maximum duration is 12 months
- Organizations requesting grants must be registered in one of the below mentioned countries.
- The involvement of additional partners from the Baltic States and the Visegrad group is possible and welcome.
- The projects should be initiated by civil society and media organizations which can effectively and efficiently engage the targeted audiences.
- Applicants are strongly encouraged to develop projects which:
- Engage the young populations and empower them to become active citizens, critical thinkers and social innovators
- Reach large audiences
- Are cross-sectorial (engage counterparts from various fields and domains such as arts, creative industries, IT, etc.)
- Are creative (activities can include but are not limited to artistic events, hackathons and other types of marathons, flash mobs and other types of campaigns, storytelling, etc)
- Are bold
How to Apply
Interested applicants must download the application form via given website.
For more information, please visit Call for Project Proposals.