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Nordic Culture Point: Norden 0–30 Grant Programme for Young People

Nordic Culture Point: Norden 0–30 Grant Programme for Young People

Deadline: 10-Feb-22

Are you aged 0 to 30 or do you represent an organisation that works with children or young people? Does your organisation have documented experience of working with children and young people? Are you planning a collaboration that involves partners from other Nordic countries? Nordic Culture Point is inviting applications for the Norden 0–30 Grant Programme!

Norden 0-30 is a funding programme for young people in the Nordic Region aged 0 to 30 who have a creative project idea that requires funding. Projects that can be funded should cover culture, social issues, and/or politics.

Funding Information
For projects consisting of at least three (3) Nordic countries you can apply for €0–50 000.
For projects consisting of two (2) Nordic countries you can apply for €0–10 000.
In addition to the sum applied for, at least 15% of the funding must come from another source and may consist of in-kind financing.
Eligibility Criteria
Grants are awarded to:
organisations, groups, municipalities, institutions, associations and networks.
Norden 0-30 supports projects with partners from two (2) or three (3) Nordic countries.
In projects consisting of partners from two (2) Nordic countries one of them must be Greenland, Iceland, Faroe Islands or Åland Islands.
At least three (3) Nordic countries must participate in projects that consist of three or more countries. In this case, Denmark, Finland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and the Åland Islands count as Nordic countries.
The project applicant must reside in one of the Nordic countries.
The applicant does not have to be young, but must represent a partner that either consists of, or has experience of, involving children and young people.
It is also considered particularly important if the project involves co-operation with parties from Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Åland, or the North Calotte. In this context, the North Calotte means: the counties of Finnmark, Nordland, and Troms in Norway, Norrbotten County in Sweden, and the Lappi Region in Finland.
In addition to the above, co-operation with Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, and northwest Russia can be included in the application. In this context, northwest Russia means: Archangel Oblast, Kaliningrad Oblast, Leningrad Oblast, Murmansk Oblast, Pskov Oblast, Republic of Karelia, and the city of St. Petersburg.
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