Deadline: 1 March 2017
The International Visegrad Fund is currently inviting non-governmental, civil society organizations (NGOs/CSOs), municipalities and local governments for its Visegrad Small Grants Program.
The International Visegrad Fund founded by four countries the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Republic of Poland, and the Slovak Republic (collectively called Visegrad Group [V4] Countries annually provides small grants to organizations around the globe to facilitate and promote the development of closer cooperation among citizens and institutions in the region as well as between the V4 region and other countries.
- Visegrad Grants with grant amounts higher than €6,001.
- The maximum time frame for a Visegrad Grant project is 12 months.
- Culture and Common Identity
- Education and Capacity Building
- Democratic values and the Media
- Public Policy and Institutional Partnerships
- Scientific Exchange and Research Cooperation
- Regional Development, Entrepreneurship and Tourism
- Social Development
- Any legal entity or natural person world-wide is eligible for funding, provided that the given project proposal deals with topics relevant to the V4 region and promotes cooperation among project partners in the region.
- Preferences are given to applicants from non-governmental, civil society organizations (NGOs/CSOs), municipalities and local governments, public schools and universities, research and scientific bodies and public institutions in general.
- State administration institutions cannot apply, nor can they be valid project partners, incl. ministries, embassies, official cultural institutes such as Balassi Institutes, Czech Centres, Polish Institutes (Instytut polski), or Slovak Institutes.
How to Apply
Applicants may apply online via given website.
For more information, please visit Visegrad Small Grants.