Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) invites proposals for a grant competition in support of ENP AP civic monitoring initiatives in Georgia. The grant competition is a part of EPF’s European Integration program, which is designed to promote civic participation in the process of Georgia’s integration into the European Union (EU). The priority of the competition is the proactive involvement of experts and civil society organizations (CSOs) in civic monitoring to enable the actual implementation of Georgia’s commitments towards the EU.
Read the compete announcement here:
The only remaining obstacle to presenting the draft law to the plenary session of the parliament is the first hearing of the Sector Economy and Economic Policy Committee and this has been delayed for six months.
Tuesday, 12 January 2016
Europe Foundation is announcing an opening for the position of a Program Assistant, who, under supervision of the Program Manager will support effective implementation of the Europe Foundation’s strategy on civil society development in Georgia.
Friday, 08 January 2016
EPF encourages organizations that are working in the regions outside the capital to submit either an Inquiry Form or a Full Proposal from January 8, 2016 to April 8, 2016 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 April 8, will have a chance to receive additional funding from EPF.