Call for papers: Schroubek-Fond Eastern Europa, Deadline: 15 September

The Schroubek Fund Eastern Europe offers a number of funding opportunities for German-speaking candidates that include scholarships for one or two semesters exchange or study visits in cultural science at universities in Eastern Europe (preferably at universities in Middle-East- and South-East Europe with teachings in Slavic language), language courses, workshops, guest lectures and publications.

Please find the call in German and further informaition here

Call for Papers:Rethinking Governance in the Time of the Pandemic. Perspectives from the Global South; Deadline: 20 August 2020

The responses from the Global South demonstrated the huge variety, nationally but also regionally. We are interested in some of the key reactions and policy approaches.

The global reach of the epidemic, its discrete beginning and the common challenges that it presents to all countries provides an opportunity to compare how different countries have responded and to analyse what this tells us about the form and capacities of their government systems. So far, the responses from the Global South demonstrated the huge variety, nationally but also regionally. We are interested in some of the key reactions and policy approaches.

We propose a conference to review and compare government responses to the health epidemic with a view to answering the following question: what do responses say about postcolonial and post-socialist governments today? Paper proposals(including a paper title, abstract of up to 250 words, author’s contact details and short biographies) should be sent to jelenav@gapp-tt.org.

Deadline for paper proposals is 20August 2020. The selection committee will inform all applicants about the outcome of their application by 1 September 2020. Papers from the Conference will be published in conference proceedings. Read more

GCSEE/ERMA_CALL FOR PAPERS “Children in migration: perspectives from South East Europe”, Deadline: 7 September 2020

GCSEE/ERMA) announces the call for papers for Children in migration: perspectives from South East Europe.

The Global Campus South East Europe / European Regional Master in Democracy and Human Rights in South East Europe (GCSEE/ERMA) is glad to announce the call for papers for the edited volume Children in migration: perspectives from South East Europe. Read more

Deadline for abstracts submission: 7 September 2020

Closed: Civil Society Facility and Media Programme 2018- 2019: Support to Active Citizenship in Albania, Deadline: 17 July 2020

This Call for Proposals aims to support active, critical and constructive citizenship in the public debate, particularly at local level.

European Commission, Civil Society Facility and Media Programme 2018- 2019: Support to Active Citizenship in Albania

This Call for Proposals aims to support active, critical and constructive citizenship in the public debate, particularly at local level. There is a strong need to leverage on the expert knowledge of civil society in specific sectors by providing unique knowledge and experience to shape policy and strategy, and identifying and building solutions, as well as play the role of enabler in driving change in collaboration with other stakeholders such as business community, media, social partners etc. Participation in those decisions and policies requires appropriate processes and mechanisms of communication and exchange of information and expertise, such as interactive frameworks, creating safe processes of dialogue, develop skills, engagement and close work with media, exchanging good practices and professional knowledge, expanding civic participation, particularly of women and youth.

Any grant requested under this call for proposals must fall between the minimum amount of EUR 850,000 and the maximum amount: EUR 1,700,000.

The Lead Partner and co-partners must be legal not-for-profit organizations established in an EU or accession country to the EU and be free of political affiliations. At least 1 (one) of the co-applicant(s) must be legally established in Albania.

Deadline for submission of concept notes: 17 July 2020 at 16:00 (Brussels date and time)

Please read further details here

EaSI call: Establishing and testing integrated interventions aimed at supporting people in (the most) vulnerable situations, Deadline: 15 October 2020

This call for proposals aims to support existing or new partnerships in testing innovative approaches supporting in particular the delivery of Principle 14 of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

This call for proposals aims to support existing or new partnerships in testing innovative approaches supporting in particular the delivery of Principle 14 of the European Pillar of Social Rights.

The call will support innovative and experimental local/regional-level projects aimed at putting in place comprehensive strategies, mechanisms and services ensuring a holistic approach to support people in (the most) vulnerable situations.

EESPN countries that can participate in the call include EU Member States, Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia.

The deadline for the call is: 15 October 2020.

Please read the details here

EENCE Summit: Call for conducting seminars, panel discussions & key note speeches for Eastern Europe, & all over the world

CALL FOR CONDUCTING SEMINARS, PANEL DISCUSSIONS AND KEY NOTE SPEECHES FOR THE REPRESENTATIVES FROM EASTERN EUROPE, RUSSIA & ALL OVER THE WORLD

Interested parties are invited to submit their ideas for workshops, seminars, panel discussions, keynote speeches and project results at the open seminar, contributing in the central topic of EENCE Summit 2019 in Batumi (Georgia). This call is addressed to young scholars, academics, researchers, representatives of CSOs, foundations, associations, animation specialists, decision makers from formal and informal education institutions, citizens from Eastern Europe as well as from any other part of the world. See more

Closed: BACID Fund: Third Call for Proposals 2020: APPLICATIONS OPEN

The third and final Call for Proposals under the second phase of the BACID programme has been launched on 15 April 2020 and the submission deadline is 15 June 2020.

The third and final Call for Proposals under the second phase of the BACID programme has been launched on 15 April 2020 and the submission deadline is 15 June 2020.

Before applying, please download and read the Guidelines for Applicants carefully:

Here you can download the Application Package:

Please consider that for this Call, the submission of CVs of all named experts in the Application Form is mandatory and an eliminatory criteria. Complete application packages shall be sent electronically to bacid@kdz.or.at.

For further information, you can review the following Grant Contract Template 2020

Closed: EaSI Programme: Improving expertise in the field of industrial relations by the European Commission, Deadline: 15 July 2020

The objective of this call is to improve expertise and knowledge on industrial relations through analysis and research, at EU level as well as in comparative terms.

The overarching objective of this call is to improve expertise and knowledge on industrial relations through analysis and research, at EU level as well as in comparative terms (identifying convergences and differences in the industrial relations systems in place in the EU Member States and in Candidate Countries), thereby contributing to developing and reinforcing quality and effectiveness of industrial relations structures and processes in the Member States and in Europe as a whole. The deadline for submissions is 15 July 2020. Details here

Closed: 2020 grant competition launched for development cooperation projects in the EU’s Eastern Partnership & Central Asian countries

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is announcing a grant project competition “Support for development cooperation in recipient countries selected by the Republic of Latvia”.

The Latvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is announcing a grant project competition “Support for development cooperation in recipient countries selected by the Republic of Latvia“. In this case, they are specific European Union Eastern Partnership countries – Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine – as well as the following countries in Central Asia – Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Read more