Civil Society Organizations in Armenia support women, feed children, teach adults to be self-reliant, advocate for greater civil and human rights, protect the rights of the poor, empower villagers, foster the arts, build cooperatives, encourage collaboration. In other words, civil society organizations build Armenia's young civil society. Use Civil.am to show your good work, or to support someone else's.
Regional Studies Center Foundation, in partnership with Civic Forum NGO will conduct a two-phase training course entitled "Closed Borders, Open Minds" within the framework of the programme Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process financed by the European Union. The first training course will take place in Yerevan, Armenia on 12-19 May 2014.
The training courses are aimed at deepening participants' knowledge, developing their skills and shaping positive opinion and political context on the Armenia-Turkey normalisation process.
The Hrant Dink Foundation launches the Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant with a view to increase direct contacts and to promote cooperation between the peoples of the two neighbouring countries.
Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant aims to support the travels of 200 individuals within a period of 16 months, within the framework of the programme ''Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process'', financed by the European Union. Hrant Dink Foundation will administer the Travel Grant in partnership with the Civilitas Foundation in Armenia and with the support of Community Volunteers Foundation (TOG) based in Turkey and the Youth Initiative Centre (YIC) based in Gyumri, Armenia.
Call for Film Projects
The Armenia - Turkey Cinema Platform (ATCP) project announces a call for applications for ATCP project Development workshop. The workshop will be held in Istanbul on 14-16, 2014 as a parallel event to the 33rd Istanbul International Film Festival.
The Workshop will consist of trainings, presentations, one-to-one meetings and proejct pitches. 10 projects will be selected for the workshop.
Filmmakers can apply for the workshop by March 28, 2014.
All details related to the application requirements, project rules and conditions, as well as selection criteria can be found here in English.
Application forms can be downloaded here.
For Armenian, please click here.
The Norwegian Embassy in Moscow invites NGOs and foundations registered in Armenia to apply for small grants for 2014.
The theme of the project should be within human rights, good governance, clean energy and environment. The amount of the grants is generally between USD 5,000 and 50,000.
From the concept papers, a selection will be made, and those organizations chosen will be asked to submit a full application.