Grant Opportunities

Visegrad Grants to support NGOs and Civil Society Organizations

Visegrad Grants to support NGOs and Civil Society Organizations

Deadline: 1-Jun-22

The International Visegrad Fund has announced the Visegrad Grant to support regional partnerships among NGOs and civil society organizations, public institutions and municipalities, private companies and nonprofit organizations as well as education and research centers that contribute to cooperation in the Visegrad region.

Culture and Common Identity
Projects creating/presenting common audiovisual, literary, and other contemporary art products to new audiences
Projects reflecting on common historical and cultural heritage as well as cultural diversity by joint research and knowledge-sharing activities
Projects establishing and fostering cooperation among municipalities, regions, and local groups through common cultural activities
Education and Capacity Building
Projects strengthening professional networks of educational institutions and supporting mobility of students, researchers, and educators to share best practices
Projects improving hard and soft skills for the 21st century through formal and non-formal educational methods
Innovation, R&D, Entrepreneurship
Projects aiming to build up new business and cluster networks for SMEs, startups, and research institutions within and outside the V4
Projects tackling economic challenges and improving the ecosystem for businesses and social enterprises through joint lobbying, common policy solutions and exchange of best practices
Projects dealing with innovation, new technologies and scientific research on regional and cross-sectoral levels
Democratic Values and the Media
Projects promoting active participation of citizens in democratic decision-making processes and fostering democratic debate
Projects promoting transparency and the fight against corruption by supporting knowledge-exchange and capacity-building of whistleblowers, investigative journalists, and watchdogs
Projects improving media and information literacy, and increasing resilience towards biased reporting, disinformation, and propaganda
Projects aiming for better media coverage of relevant topics in the V4 region and increased access to information
Public Policy and Institutional Partnership
Projects connecting the expert communities to find joint solutions to common policy challenges
Projects promoting active lobbying for policy change and good governance and connecting relevant stakeholders with decision-makers
Regional Development, Environment and Tourism
Projects offering new solutions and activities to the fight against climate change and raising awareness of environmental protection within and outside the V4 region
Projects aiming at sustainable tourism development on the local and regional levels by combining international expertise and shared know-how
Projects aiming at finding and sharing innovative solutions in local and regional infrastructure development, urban planning, land revitalization and agriculture
Social Development
Projects promoting an inclusive mindset in society and addressing protection and empowerment of minorities
Projects improving intergenerational dialogue and the social care infrastructure to tackle common demographic and public health challenges
Projects promoting a healthy and active lifestyle and reduction of addictive substance abuse.
Projects must develop meaningful cooperation and active participation of organizations from at least 3 V4 countries
Bilateral cross-border cooperation of at least 2 organizations from 2 neighboring V4 countries also qualify for support with projects taking place within a 40-km radius from the border and focusing on a local issue
Maximum duration of project implementation is 18 months
Grants can cover up to 100% of project budget with 15% for overheads
Projects must address at least one of the objectives of the grant program´s seven focus areas
Eligibility Criteria
Consortium of organizations of which 3 or more are based in different Visegrad countries.
All types of non-governmental, civil society organizations (CSOs); municipalities and local governments; schools, higher education institutions; research and scientific bodies and public institutions are eligible as lead partner (applicant) and partners in the consortia.
Market actors, e.g., companies – especially innovation and startuprelated actors – with a legal entity are also eligible, but only if their Visegrad project is of nonprofit character.
At least 3 organizations from 3 different V4 countries (Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia), including the applicant can apply.
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