Europeana 2021 Call For Proposals

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Europeana 2021 Call For Proposals

Deadline: 22-Aug-21

Proposals are now invited for the Europeana 2021 to explore with you how they can support a sustainable, responsible, and inspiring cultural heritage sector for today and tomorrow.

3-year Pilot Grant-making Program to assist Small and New NGOs. Deadline to apply: 15 August 2021

An Opportunity for NGOs engaged in eradicating Child Labour, Forced Labour, and Human Trafficking. Deadline to apply: 15 August 2021

Grants for Researchers working in the Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences + Fully-funded to the US. Deadline to apply: 1 October 2021

Open Call for Young Leaders advancing SRHR. Deadline to apply: 15 July 2021

Human Rights Initiative for supporting Women ($20,000 Grants). Deadline to apply: 1 September 2021

Top Dutch Donors that fund internationally to improve livelihoods in communities

One-time Microgrant for NGO Projects that generate Social Impact. Deadline to apply: 30 June 2021

$15,000-$25,000 Funding for Women and Children living in Extreme Poverty. Deadline to apply: 31 July 2021

Seed Grant for Grassroots Organizations and Women-led Initiatives. Deadline to apply: 31 July 2021

Grants to support NGOs working to end the HIV Epidemic. Deadline to apply: 30 June 2021

Fellows will receive Project and Connect Fund to address Water-related Issues

Apply for Project Funding in areas of Art and Culture (Arab Region)

This Call is offering Seed Money to Research Projects in Africa

Global Humanitarian Initiative seeks applications from anywhere in the world

Unrestricted Grants for improving Health Equity and reducing Health Disparities among Vulnerable Communities


Diversity & Inclusion: Cultural heritage empowers society to embrace its diversity and flourish. They are looking for proposals related to any aspect of diversity and inclusion. This could be around access, reinterpreting or reimagining practices and discourses, or looking at the ways people work and operate individually, within their organisations and as a sector.
Participation: Participation in and engagement with culture creates value in their sector and society at large. They want everyone to have the opportunity to participate in digital cultural heritage – to access it, to share it, to enjoy it, contribute to it and be enriched by it. They are looking for proposals that help engender participation.
Collaboration: Collaboration is vital in addressing the cultural heritage sector’s vulnerabilities and challenges. Greater collaborative practices can progress their sector’s digital transformation, which in turn can enable further collaborative opportunities. They’re looking for proposals that support collaborations for a European cultural sector which places digital cultural heritage at the heart of society.
Digital Public Sphere and Data Spaces: The Europeana Initiative is positioned at the heart of a data space for cultural heritage in the new plans of the European Commission. They want that space to be part of a vibrant digital public sphere where everyone can interact with trustworthy, reliable information and enjoy discussions and interactions which are respectful and free of harassment and exploitation.
Climate Action: There is a global climate emergency and digital has a carbon footprint too. They’re looking for proposals that support and contribute to the European Green Deal and New European Bauhaus, creating a greener, more sustainable society. They want to hear about innovative and new ways they can work together to tackle and raise awareness of the climate emergency.
Selection criteria

Their selection criterion is designed to enable a broad and diverse selection.
In order to open up the conference to new voices, they want to facilitate a more inclusive and equitable CfP by allocating a fixed budget to make payments to those submissions who need financial support to take part.
On the submission form they ask applicants to identify if they need financial support and how much.
The submissions will go through the initial selection process without this information being seen, and the final decision will be made by the programme committee.
The selection process will begin when the call for proposals opens. They will review proposals in order of submission.
The selection committee might contact you, before or after the first notice, with a request to merge or combine your proposal with another proposal. This will only be done if there is overlap between the proposals.
The proposals will be reviewed on the following:
To what extent does the proposal make it clear what outcomes the participants should be able to get out of the session
To what extent does the proposal speak to, involve, or collaborate with one or more of the conference target audiences
To what extent does the proposal offer something interesting, useful, innovative, or important to the event
To what extent do the topics proposed represent diversity in the themes
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