Eurasia Partnership Foundation, within the National Integration and Tolerance in Georgia program, invites capital-based and regional non-governmental/non-for-profit organizations (including ethnic minority organizations) to submit proposals to further the objectives of the National Concept and Action Plan for Tolerance and Civic Integration.)
The Concept and Action plan were adopted by the Government on May 8, 2009. These documents unify the vision of the government and civil society on the most effective strategies for achieving the civic integration of ethnic minorities into Georgian society and establishment of a tolerant environment in the country. Proposed programs should be based on and correlate with the mission, vision, and priorities of the Concept. It is expected that the programs will support implementation and monitoring of the Concept and Action Plan. The Call is also open to innovative ideas and creative approaches to further the integration processes.
The deadline for the submission of proposals is 5:00 p.m. on August 17, 2009.
Eurasia Partnership Foundation Georgia Office
3 Kavsadze St., Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
Tel/fax: (995 32) 25 39 42/43, 25 27 78/82
For the attention of the applicants of the 2014 Small Grants Competition – Empowering Grassroots CSOs: please note that the deadline to announce the results of the competition is extended to October 24, 2014.
Monday, 22 September 2014
Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) and Center for Strategic Research and Development of Georgia (CSRDG) are pleased to announce request for applications from Georgian universities to participate in the annual competition – Students for Social Enterprise.
Monday, 15 September 2014
The Foundation’s flagship Open Door Grantmaking Program will continue to support pilot projects that foster civic engagement and have the potential to be replicated either in geographic terms or across various issue areas. Project proposals submitted through the Open Door Grantmaking Program should fall under EPF’s mission and mandates.