IZOLYATSIA announces an open call for applications for a virtual residency program for Ukrainian artists dedicated to the research of the environment in the industrial regions of Ukraine and the impact of the aggressive military intervention of the Russian Federation on it.
The ZMINA: Rebuilding project is launching its first call for proposals for international projects. Partnerships should include, as a minimum, one organisation from Ukraine and one from another country participating in the Creative Europe programme. The maximum grant amount per project is €60,000.
The first wave of ZMINA: Rebuilding national subgrants includes a call for proposals for projects to be implemented in Ukraine by Ukrainian artists or cultural organizations. The maximum grant amount for a national project is €10,000.
The purpose of the New Cooperation Mechanism is to provide Danish civil society actors with an opportunity to start new or extend existing partnerships in the Eastern Neighbourhood Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – to promote democratic dialogue, hold duty-bearers to account, and ensure that the voice of the rights holders is heard.
The Flexible Response Mechanism supports civil society organisations in the Eastern Neighbourhood Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – in a flexible and fast way in a highly unpredictable and turbulent environment.
ZMINA 2.0. The second wave of support for projects aimed at continuing cultural life and maintaining the spirit of Ukraine’s struggle for freedom and independence with a component of civil, social or economic development.