Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) announces Small Grants Program

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) announces Small Grants Program


The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) has announced a Small Grants Program to promote an inclusive and participatory democracy, sustainable social and economic policy, the advancement of labor rights, and regional cooperation to ensure peace in the South Caucasus.

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The call is open for two categories of proposals: grassroots activism and research

The project proposals for the grassroots activism category should cover one or more of the following topics:
Education (informal education, supporting critical thinking, media literacy, creation of learning tools)
Civic participation and engagement of socially marginalized or less-active groups;
Advocacy and Awareness-raising (participatory civic initiatives that offer realistic solutions to the specific challenges faced by different communities)
Improvement in the realization of the states’ social responsibilities (including any phase of policy realization)
Tolerance and diversity towards various ethnic and religious minorities and vulnerable groups
The project proposal for research projects should cover one of the following topics:
Participation and Democracy
Social Justice, Economy and Labour
Peace and Security
Funding Information

The maximum amount of small grants is 5000 EUR.
Duration: max. 12 months.
Eligibility Criteria

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FES invites researchers, activists, organizations, community-based initiatives from Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan to apply.
APPLICANTS: The applicants for research grants can be either individual scientists or research groups. In the case of individual applications, the applicant must hold a minimum of an MA degree in the relevant discipline. In the case of group applications, at least 1/31 of the group must be MA students.
TOPICS: Proposals to the research category must be for academic research projects that aim to study the proposed topics. Proposals for activities other than research are not eligible for this category (e.g., scholarships, professional development, curriculum development,). Additionally, proposals for research studies focused on topics other than the mentioned, are not eligible.
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