Nordic Co-operation Projects Involving North-West Russia and the Baltic Sea Region
On The 2nd of March 2020, the Nordic Council of Ministers opened a new round of applications for funding from two of its programmes - the programme for Nordic-Russian Co-operation and the programme for NGO co-operation in the Baltic Sea Region. The aim is to encourage initiatives that will build capacity and strengthen networks through activities such as informing each other of experiences and best practices.
Guidelines and deadlines
The programme for Nordic-Russian co-operation has earmarked DKK 3 million for a general open call for funding applications and DKK 3 million for its Civil Society & Human Rights initiative. The NGO programme has allocated DKK 3.8 million to fund projects in the whole of the Baltic Sea Region, including The Nordic countries, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Poland and Belarus. The deadline for applications is 27th of April 2020 at 23:59:59 CET. Please read all about the two programmes and acquaint yourself with the guidelines for funding applications before submitting your proposal by clicking at the links below.
The Nordic Council of Ministers Open Call Funding Opportunity for Nordic-Russian co-operation
The Open Call and Civil Society & Human Rights Initiative for Nordic- Russian co-operation provide a funding opportunity for co-operation and networking projects. The projects must involve partners from the Nordic countries and from seven regional areas in Northwest Russia. Both authorities, universities and civil society organizations etc. can participate in the projects, which include topics such as innovation, energy, environment, climate change, inclusion, human rights, social affairs, and indigenous peoples.
Nordic Council of Ministers’ funding programme for NGO co-operation in the Baltic Sea Region
NGOs play a prominent role in the Nordic Council of Ministers’ co-operation with countries of the Baltic Sea Region. The NCM grant programme aims to build networks across the region and to focus on the important contribution of civil society organizations in sustainable and inclusive societal development based democratic values.
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