Grants for Ukrainian civil society organisations documenting war crimes
September 21, 2022

Grants for Ukrainian civil society organisations documenting war crimes

The Ukrainian civil society organisation Ednannie is running an EU-supported grant competition on ‘Supporting and Developing CSO Capacities in Documenting War Crimes’.

The aim of the competition is to support CSOs documenting war crimes during the ongoing Russian aggression, to create the necessary infrastructure, solutions and systemic approaches for CSOs to work effectively in this field.

The maximum possible grant amount is 730,000 UAH.

The deadline for applications is 30 October.

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October 30, 2022



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