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
Eurasia Partnership Foundation invites food safety experts to conduct inspections in food enterprises, participating in the Best Food Enterprise of the Year competition.
Friday, 15 May 2015
EPF encourages organizations that are working in the regions outside the capital to submit either an Inquiry Form or a Full Proposal from *May 15, 2015 to August 15, 2015* to receive Strategic Grants, a new component of the Open Door Grantmaking Program. Interested organizations will have a chance to submit proposals to receive Strategic Grants even after the above-mentioned deadline. However, if their projects are funded and successfully implemented, the authors of the projects submitted before August 15, will have a chance to receive additional funding from EPF.
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
On May 13-15, 2015, Georgia is hosing Annual Meeting and Business Forum of the European Bank for Reconstructive and Development which attract over 2,000 participants from the EBRD region and shareholders’ countries, including the representatives of the private sector, governments, international community, civil society and media. One of the flagship events of the Bank’s engagement with civil society within the Forum is Civil Society Program, which is being held since 2000 and gathers around 100 CSO representatives. During Civil Society Program, one of the parallel sessions on May 14, will be devoted to social entrepreneurship. Eurasia Partnership Foundation’s Senior Program Manager, Viktor Baramia, will be among the key speakers of the session. He will provide the audience an overview about existing situation in Georgia with regard to social entrepreneurship and focus on the challenges and opportunities that the social enterprises face today.