This project is a new community/university collaboration that provides three years of support for some of the longest-standing as well as emerging local efforts to combat partner violence, homophobia, bullying and policing, while building partnerships and organisational capacity.
This project is organised into a number of inter-linked components that are designed to empower civil society to become effective advocates and to actively engage in an inclusive and holistic approach to national development.
On Thursday, 1 June, 2pm local time, an information session on the same call will take place at the premises of the EU Delegation to Azerbaijan. If you wish to attend, please send a message to DELEGATION-AZERBAIJAN-GRANTS@eeas.europa.eu.
Are you a Tanzanian aged between 18 and 35 years? Are you passionate about and are familiar with film/video production? Do you currently reside in Tanzania?
Here is an opportunity to register for a chance to compete in the exciting European Youth Film Competition 2017. Download the registration form, read it well, fill in the required information and submit your application by Thursday 15 June 2017.