Armenian Communities Project Grants

[This opportunity is provided by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. The following text is the original description provided by the organisers. Please note that while we strive to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, the European Heritage Hub does not guarantee the accuracy or endorse the content of this initiative]

Armenian Communities Project Grants

Grants to support various cultural, educational, research and philanthropic projects that can have a positive impact on the Armenian world, be it in Armenia or in the Diaspora.

APPLICATION (OPEN)

Project support for individuals and organizations, regardless of nationality or country of origin, working on Armenian themes and issues.

DATE

Start: 22 Jan 2024 / 00:00
End: 13 Dec 2024 / 23:59

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation supports various cultural, educational, research and philanthropic projects that can have a positive impact on the Armenian world, be it in Armenia or in the Diaspora.

Project grants are open to all applicants (both individuals and organisations), regardless of nationality or country of implementation, as long as they pertain to Armenian themes and issues.

Projects submitted must, however, fall within the scope of the Foundation’s priority areas, which we strongly urge applicants to read before submitting a project grant application.

These are:

  1. The Western Armenian Language
  2. Cultural Creativity Support in Armenian
  3. Research and Critical Engagement in Armenia

Important: Project applications are evaluated three times a year in May, September, and January.

Applications may be submitted in English, Armenian, French, or Portuguese. The same or similar projects cannot be submitted more than once during any given year.

Please note that budgets of proposals from the Americas must be in USD and budgets from the UK must be in GBP. All other proposal budgets (including Armenia, Lebanon, and Turkey) must be submitted in EUR only.

Eligibility Conditions

  • Open to all applicants (both individuals and organisations) regardless of nationality or country of implementation.
  • Projects must be related to Armenian themes and issues.
  • Projects must fall within the scope of the Department’s priority areas.

How to Apply

  • We only accept online applications.
  • You need to register before applying.
  • Read the “Requirements, Criteria and Conditions” and “Applications Guidelines” documents available in the documents section above before applying.
  • Submitting a proposed budget is mandatory. Submitting the budget template, we supply is not. You may submit your project budget in your own format if you so choose.
  • Your application will only be valid after all the mandatory fields of the application form are complete and the mandatory documents are uploaded.
  • At the end click on the “Submit” button. We strongly advise candidates not to wait until the last few days before applying.

 

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