Submit Your Applications for Grassroots and Parent Activism in Education – Hungary

Deadline: 10 June 2019

The Education Support Program and the Early Childhood Program of the Open Society Foundations are seeking applications for its Grassroots and Parent Activism in Education 2019.

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The program seeks to support grassroots-level Hungarian civil society initiatives that address education challenges of vulnerable school and pre-school age children from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds or with unique educational needs.

Projects may pursue this goal through a variety of means, for example by:

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  • Introducing, strengthening or facilitating the transmission of classroom and school level/ preschool-level practices that foster equity in education;
  • Strengthening the agency of parents, students and educators in fighting discrimination and improving both access and equitable education provision;
  • Developing innovative models of improving or expanding education opportunities for vulnerable school and pre-school age children;
  • Securing and expanding joint learning opportunities of vulnerable children and children from more secure backgrounds;
  • Challenging negative stereotyping, prejudice and racism among educators, school/ preschool administrators, students, children and parents;
  • Articulating and communicating key messages regarding issues of inequality and injustice in education to the wider public as well as local, county and national policy makers.

Funding Information

Applicants may request a maximum of USD 14,500 for core project activities.

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Eligibility Criteria

  • To be considered for support, organizations and/or informal initiatives interested in this call for proposals must ensure that their applications meet all of the following criteria:
    • address educational equity challenges of vulnerable school and preschool age children from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds or with unique educational needs
    • envision activities that build on the grassroots activism of local stakeholders
    • implement project activities in Hungary
    • be a not-for-profit (if established as a legal entity) and have a clearly not-for-profit public benefit purpose (if applying as an informal initiative)
    • be an informal group with not-for-profit aims, consisting of at least 3 active individuals older than 18 (if applying as an informal initiative)
    • work at the community level and make use of volunteer support

Eligible expenses

  • Any project-related expenses for which the organization, informal group can obtain receipts/invoices as required by Hungarian accounting standards may be included, with the following exceptions:
    • purchase of real estate;
    • purchase of securities, such as company shares or bonds;
    • repayment of debts or debt-servicing fees

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

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