On 16 December, the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility organises an online webinar for those who plan to apply to its EU-funded fellowship programme.
The programme is looking for civil society activists or civically minded women and men from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine to join its Civil Society Fellowship Network.
During the webinar, you will be able to meet the fellowship coordinators and to understand the difference between the two types of Fellowships (Community Engagement Fellowships and Civic Digital Fellowships), to learn about eligibility requirements and evaluation criteria, and to understand how the application process works.
Registration is required.
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