Latest 2012 Funds and Grants| 2012 call for proposals from Open Society Initiative

2012 Call for proposals from the Youth Initiative of OSI

Org                                             Open Society Initiatve

Deadline:                                    Rolling

Grants amount:                          Maximum of USD 10,000

Youth Policy: Grant Guidelines

The Youth Initiative requests proposals for up to $10,000 in funding to develop and curate thematic pages on a new global youth portal and community The site aims to consolidate knowledge and information on youth policies across the international sector, ranging from analysis and formulation to implementation and evaluation.
Potential themes for website pages include, but are not limited to:
·        Participation and Citizenship
·        Activism and Volunteering
·        Children and Youth Rights
·        Global Drug Policy
·        Community Work
·        Research and Knowledge
·        Informal Learning
·        Environment and Sustainability
·        Multiculturalism and Minorities
·        Justice is a project by Demokratie & Dialog e.V. with initial support by the Open Society Foundations.
·        Organizations seeking funding must be registered NGOs. Please note: grants will not be made to individuals or for-profit entities.
·        Proposals should not exceed $10,000 or one year in length.
·        All proposals must be submitted in English.
To Apply
Follow the lin below to access the complete application guidelines
Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis.


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About Me

10 years experience enhancing donor-funded partner organizations’ capacities in strategic planning, financial, administrative, organizational and programming management. Skilled in donor partner organizational assessments and partner capacity building. A 10 years experience in managing development donor-funded projects in the thematic areas of poverty-reduction, governance and democracy, conflict transformation and integration of Gender, Justice and Peace issues into mainstream programs (HIV/AIDS, Agriculture, Water and Sanitation, Emergency)

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