Within the joint regional UN programme Dialogue for the Future, a call for cross-border projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia has been opened.
Participation in this Public Call is open to:
- public institutions, primary and secondary schools, faculties, cultural institutions, research institutes, tourism and development organisations of local governments (municipalities/cities),
- local self-government units (municipalities/cities) in all three countries,
- civil society organisations - CSOs (foundations and non-profit organisations, registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia).
Project proposals must be of a cross-border nature, ie. they must include the project promoter and at least one partner organization/institution from Bosnia and Herzegovina (for applicants from Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia) or at least one partner organization from Montenegro or Serbia (for applicants from Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Find out how to apply on the link here.
Priority themes of this Call are:
- Youth capacity building,
- Improving media and information literacy and media reporting,
- Improving dialogue and action for common good,
- Strengthening education system to achieve social cohesion
- Improving gender equality,
- Promoting cultural diversity and intercultural understanding,
- Environmental Protection.
The deadline for submission of proposals is February 9, 2020 by 5.00 pm.
The Joint UN Regional Programme "Dialogue for the Future: Promoting Dialogue and Social Cohesion in and Between Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia" is implemented by UNDP, UNICEF and UNESCO, with the support of the UN Peacebuilding Fund.
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