The Goethe-Institut in Warsaw, together with its partners and with the financial support of the European Union, is launching ‘Social Camp’, an educational and mentoring project for Belarusians and about Belarus. Between October 2022 and October 2024, the team will offer several programmes designed specifically for Belarusians, regardless of their current place of residence.
Social Camp will consist of educational and mentoring programmes, and a sub-granting scheme.
The curriculum consists of ten online Liberal Arts courses designed specifically for a Belarusian audience. If Social Camp participants plan to apply for expert and financial support for their own projects in the future, some of the courses are mandatory.
Details of the programme and recruitment terms can be found on the project page (in Belarusian and Russian).
The Team is also announcing enrolment in a mentoring programme. The role of mentors and mentors is to support mentees in achieving their goals by sharing their knowledge, experience and contacts.
Applications for the first edition of the educational programme will take place from 31 October to 15 November 2022.
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