Below you will find a selection of websites to be monitored on a permanent basis. Take the opportunity!



  • Youth in Action Priority funding areas: European Voluntary Service; youth exchanges; trainings and networking projects. Europeans for Peace is the a programme intended to prompt aimed at schoolchildren school and youth groups aged of between 14 to and 21 years old to gain a critical vision awareness of history and today’s contemporary issues, to build cross-border cooperation with peers and intergenerational dialogue on war and peace.
  • Region in Transition (RITA) Focus funding areas: systemic changes; social policy and education system; development of local self-governance and local communities; development of NGOs and entrepreneurship; human rights; cultural heritage; environmental protection, etc.

Embassies that actively support organisations / projects / initiatives by offering grants:

  • European Commission Main information is available in the languages of EU member countries, while more detailed information is available in EU working languages: German, English and French.
  • Council of Europe It focuses on numerous areas including democracy, human rights and gender equality. The website always contains information on funding priorities for a given year, so try to find it and take it into account when applying.

The following websites could be helpful for international partnerships and finding education and funding opportunities:

Grant applications are regularly updated on the following websites:

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