Deadline: 16 August 2015
In the framework of the European Union (EU) funded regional programme “MedCulture”, Minority Rights Group International, in partnership with the Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development, the Civic Forum Institute Palestine, and Andalus Institute for Tolerance and Anti-Violence Studies, is currently seeking proposals from civil society organizations for the advocacy section of the “Drama, Diversity and Development” project (DDD).
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The DDD project is one of three culture projects funded by the EU within the regional programme “Medculture“. Med Culture’s ultimate goal is to pave the way towards the development of institutional and social environments that will confirm culture as vector for freedom of expression and sustainable development and to accompany partner countries in south of the Mediterranean in the development and improvement of cultural policies and practices related to the culture sector.
Grant Size & Duration
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Selected projects, which will last 3 months, will receive grants between €3,000 and €7,000.
Areas of Interest: Cultural Rights
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- All applicant organisations must be currently registered in and must have been established (as demonstrated in the organisation’s statutes) in one of the project countries listed below.
- Morocco (eg. Berber/Amazigh, Black Africans, religious minorities, refugees, migrants, and other similar groups)
- Algeria (eg. Berber/Amazigh, Black Africans, religious minorities, refugees, migrants, and other similar groups)
- Tunisia (eg. Berber/Amazigh, Black Africans, religious minorities, refugees, migrants, and other similar groups)
- Libya (eg. Berber/Amazigh, Toubou, Touareg, Black Africans, religious minorities, refugees, migrants, and other similar groups)
- Egypt (eg. Nubians, Bedouins, religious minorities, refugees, migrants, and other similar groups)
- Jordan (eg. refugees, Bedouins, Palestinians, religious minorities, and other similar groups)
- Lebanon (eg. refugees, Armenians, Palestinians, recognised and unrecognised religious minorities, and other similar groups)
- Palestine (eg. refugees, internally displaced people, religious minorities and others facing discrimination).
- Israel (eg. Arab Israelis, Palestinians, Bedouins, Druze and other similar groups)
- Syrian non-governmental organisations are also eligible to apply.
- All applicants must be able to show that they can deliver the project safely and without undue risks to project staff, and other participants involved taking into consideration the security context in the country concerned.
- The applicant must be non-profit.
- Preference will be given to projects that concern barriers and problems that affect the ability of cultural operators from or working with excluded minority communities to carry out cultural activities and to use culture as a tool for wider social and economic development of their communities.
How to Apply
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Applications must be submitted via email. All applications should include the following:
- Statutes of the organization
- Summary description of the NGO, its goals, activities and resources. (1 page)
- Proposed methodology for the advocacy project, including a description of the specific cultural rights issue, objectives, resources and timeframe (minimum 1 page, maximum 3 pages).
- Detailed project budget.
- Samples of previous similar work if relevant.
Include “advocacy” and the name of the country your project will cover in the subject line.
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For more information, please visit Call for Proposals.