Foundation / Corporation
Community of Democracies, Working Group on Education for Democracy; funded by U.S. Department of State
Grant ranging from $5,000 to $45,000 to a USA or international organization to make a global impact on education for democracy by conducting a project on identifying, collecting, organizing and publicizing democracy education materials. Initial applications must be submitted by December 15 for consideration.
The project will encompass the collection and organization of educational materials on democratization, civil society, and civics into a free online format useful to students, educators, civil society, and others in emerging democracies worldwide.
These materials will then be made publicly available, including through but not limited to the Community of Democracies’ website. Materials should address topics such as elections and separation of powers, and could consist of a variety of informative, engaging materials (e.g. websites, videos, worksheets, transcripts, slideshows, etc.) that contribute to the audience’s understanding of the topic.
Through this announcement, the funding source seeks to support democratic consolidation at the grassroots level by providing a means by which educators and students in emerging democracies can easily access quality information on the roles of individuals and groups in the functioning of a democratic society. The materials should be broadly relevant to a wide audience of emerging States.
GrantWatch ID#: 149194
$5,000 - $45,000
Applications are accepted from:
-Institutions of higher education
-Public international organizations
Organizations that have collaborated with the Community of Democracies in the past are encouraged to apply, but such experience is not a requirement for the project.
Sub-contracting arrangements cannot be funded under this grant.
To submit your application, please read the application guidelines, fill in the application form and send it, no later than December 15, 2014, to: email@example.com
Applicants may submit only one application to this announcement. All applications must be submitted in English.
After December 15, 2014, the top 20% of the applications will be selected and invited to submit full proposals. A guidebook for the full proposal will be attached to the notification.
The full proposal, completed according to the guidebook, should be submitted by email by 31 January 2015. Final decisions will be made by 28 February 2015.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Ms. Kristine Luoma-Overstreet, Project Coordinator
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International country outside of the USA, Israel and Canada.