Call for Participation for Armenian CSOs and Informal Initiative Group

Call for Participation for Armenian CSOs and Informal Initiative Group


People in Need Armenia is announcing a call for participation for new civil society organizations, registered within the past 3 years, and informal initiative groups within the “Civil Society Actors as Drivers of Change in South Caucasus and Moldova” project funded by the EU Delegation to Armenia.

If you are:

  • a new civil society organization (registered within the past 3 years), or
  • an informal initiative group or social movement;

If you are:

  • seeking to mobilize people in your community to influence real positive change,
  • raising important issues that may not yet be widely understood or discussed in the society and proposing solutions,
  • ready to invest your time and energy in the development of your initiative, organisation or campaign, then, this call is for you.

This programme allows participants to:

  • develop a strategy for their initiative/organisation/campaign,
  • take part in trainings, coaching, mentoring, consultations, study visits, fellowships,
  • establish or improve connections with their supporters and volunteers,
  • get support for research and building thematic expertise,
  • get involved in policy dialogue at the local, national, or international level,
  • network with peers and partners in Armenia and abroad,
  • find out if, why, and how to engage with the private sector,
  • find effective, transparent, and accountable ways to self-organize and manage resources,
  • get access to funding opportunities for their internal development and for their campaign (in July-August 2021, every participant that successfully passes the first stage of the program will be able to apply for up to EUR 10 000 of internal funding linked to their strategic plans),
  • learn about other fundraising options that best suit their strategy.

Civil Society Actors as Drivers of Change in South Caucasus and Moldova is a regional project implemented by Czech NGO People in Need and funded by the European Union. It aims to support selected participants in developing a vision for change, planning concrete steps for how to achieve it, building capacities, and accessing resources needed to go from plan to reality.

To learn more:

Call details

CLOSING DATE

April 9, 2021

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