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Nordic Welfare Centre Strategic Initiatives Funding Scheme

Nordic Welfare Centre Strategic Initiatives Funding Scheme


Deadline: 28-Feb-21

The Nordic Welfare Centre distributes around SEK 1.5 million every year in order to promote cooperation between organisations of people with disabilities in the Nordic region.

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The aim of the funding is to help organisations of people with disabilities in the Nordic countries to exchange experience and knowledge, develop projects or build up partnerships with their equivalent organisations in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Northwest Russia. The activity must promote the interests of people with disabilities in society in some way.

Funding can be obtained for:

Networking activities with participants from at least three Nordic countries, or two Nordic countries and at least one Baltic State or one region in Northwest Russia. The activity must have a specific programme and take place in the Nordic region, the Baltic region or Northwest Russia.
Strategic initiatives or projects in the form of a partnership between organisations from at least three Nordic countries, or two Nordic countries and at least one Baltic State or one region in Northwest Russia. The activity could, for example, be in the form of a conference, the production of printed information or a campaign.
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Human rights, such as strategic initiatives and projects that strengthen knowledge and dialogue concerning rights and quality of life for people with disabilities or chronic diseases, concerning participation in schools and leisure activities for children and adolescents with a disability, or concerning indigenous peoples and disabilities.
Sustainable development, such as strategic initiatives and projects relating to universal design, accessibility, and participation in democracy, or to a more inclusive working life.
Freedom of movement, such as strategic initiatives and projects which focus on Nordic border obstacles, on student mobility in the Nordic region for persons with disabilities, or on societal planning that promotes free movement of all.
Funding Information

For strategic initiatives and project activities, funding of between SEK 50,000 and SEK 500,000 will be awarded.
Eligibility Criteria

National organisations, associations and groups and networks of national organisations, associations and groups – of, for and with persons with disabilities or chronic diseases.
Foundations that have objects, activity and participation that are similar in nature to those of member-based organisations may be considered.
All applicants and co-operation partners must be founded upon democratic values concerning equal rights and equality, equal opportunities and anti-discrimination.
A single stakeholder must be formally responsible for the application. This stakeholder must be resident in the Nordic region or a Baltic State.
For more information, visit https://nordicwelfare.org/en/disability-issues/the-funding-scheme/

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