For 2022, the EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility (EaP CSF) launches a call for ‘Solidarity Fellowships’ to support civil society activists and civically-minded women and men from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova, leading a civil response to the war in Ukraine.
If you are a civic activist or a civil society representative from Ukraine, please check the separate call designed specifically for Ukrainians.
Proposed actions should focus on supporting Ukrainian refugees and Ukrainian CSO activists, combating human rights abuses and gathering evidence for future investigations, as well as mitigating disinformation campaigns about the crisis and about refugees.
Successful candidates will be able to obtain around €5,000 in financial support for their Fellowship. In addition, the EaP CSF will support fellows to benefit from suitable trainings/webinars to develop organisational/operational capacity, and to seek solidarity through networking with alumni of previous generations of Fellows.
Applications may be submitted at any time in electronic format, and will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
Find out more and apply
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