Deadline:

30 January 2020.

Location:

Sweden.

(Reward)

Description

Swedish Institute’s Creative Force program.

Creative Force is a funding programme for international projects. It is open to Swedish organisations and their partners in their  target countries who work though media or the arts to strengthen democracy, human rights and freedom of expression.

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The Swedish Institute (SI) is a public agency. As such, all applications received by SI are in the public domain.

Check whether your project is suitable for Creative Force:

  • Your project uses media or the arts as a means to strengthen democracy, freedom of expression and human rights in the target countries.
  • Your project fulfills the specific Creative Force programme objectives for the country(s) you want to work with.
  • Your project should be based on an exchange of knowledge or best practice between partners. This can be achieved, for example, by means of training courses or similar opportunities where participants work together to develop new methods or technologies.
  • Your project targets agents of change in the partner country(s) who want to learn new skills or use new technologies to help them in their efforts to bring about change.
  • Your project’s achievements will continue to spread and have an impact after the project has finished.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • Media
  • Arts
  • Democracy
  • Freedom Of Expression
  • Human Rights

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALGERIA, EGYPT, IRAN, IRAQ, IRAN, JORDAN, LEBANON, LIBYA, MOROCCO, PALESTINE, SYRIA,Tunisia TURKEY, YEMEN, OTHER COUNTRIES ARE NOT FROM THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA.

Program Period

 12 to 24 months.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • Any type of organisation which is registered in Sweden.
  • Your organisation must have been registered for at least one year (for seed funding) or two years (for collaborative projects).
  • You must write your application jointly with a partner organisation in one (or more) of the Creative Force target countries.

Opportunity Cost

(Accelerator Program/Award)

Seed Funding: You and your international partner can apply for up to SEK 100,000 for an initiative which must be completed within 12 months of funding being granted (30 April 2021 at latest).

Collaborative Projects: You and your international partner can apply for up to SEK 500,000 per 12-month period. A project may last 24 months at most from funding being granted (in other words, you can apply for max. SEK 1 million)Twelve-month projects must be completed by 30 April 2021 at latest, 24-month projects by 30 April 2022.

How to Apply

First Step: Create an account on the program from here.

Second Step: Choose “New Applications” then choose the application which is applicable for your request from here then fill it.

Third Step: Download, save them and fill in the application form  for the type of grant and the region/country that you are applying for. Make sure you choose the correct form because the programme objectives differ.

Forth Step: Submit all the documents Via the online application form.

Fifth Step: After you have submitted your application, you will receive an email giving you a reference number to use it whenever you need to contact the Swedish Institute.

Sixth Step: They publish lists of the successful applications on this website around two months after the deadline for applications.

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This Scholarship Published by:
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