Do you want to learn more about how to access EU Funding for organisations in non-EU countries?
Representatives from civil society organisations, research institutions and local authorities in non-EU member states have the opportunity to expand their knowledge on EU funding.
Foster Europe, ALDA, and the Danube Civil Society Forum organise the 3rd interactive training session on “Funding programs open and relevant to Non-EU Countries” on 31 January 2023, 10.00-12.00 CET.
The training will provide the opportunity to expand your practical knowledge on how to approach a program and how to prepare a project (links to the calls, guidelines, and portals). In addition, trainers will point out several successfully implemented projects. In doing so, the three trainers each focus on a different geographic area:
Khrystyna Kvartsiana develops projects for the EU and other international donor organizations, predominantly targeting the EaP region. Her expertise lies in sustainable development policies, democracy, and digital innovations.
Milena Dimitrovska specializes in Western Balkan countries. Her fields of expertise are the EU and other donors’ programs, tackling the topics of local governance, civil society development, regional cooperation, and EU integration.
Anna Ditta is involved in the programs for the Middle East and African region. She is responsible for developing projects funded by the EU, CoE, UN, and other public and private donors focusing on democracy, human rights, social inclusion, active citizenship, youth, good local governance, and decentralized cooperation.
If you are interested, registration is already open REGISTRATION.
The training session is free of charge. Registered participants will receive the access link and password to the session. A detailed agenda will follow in due course.
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