A Nyílt Társadalom Alapítványok Oktatási Programja pályázatot hirdet magyarországi civil szervezetek számára. A részletes angol nyelvű leírást a honlapunkon találja, pályázni a portálunkon keresztül lehet. A pályázatok beadási határideje 2017 június 16 délután 5 óra. 

 

Call for Proposals Education Grassroots Activism in Hungary

The Open Society Education Support Program is pleased to invite project proposals from Hungarian civil society organizations that aim to work towards community cohesion and a strengthened, more vocal grassroots educational civil society through the involvement of a wide range of education stakeholders. For more information and downloadable files please visit the Open Society Foundations website. Submissions should be made via the Open Society Foundations Grant Portal. The application deadline is June 16, 2017 (5:00 p.m. CET). 

See some pictures taken during the day-camp, and a short description from Ylenia.

The Italian mini-project Living Colours: A New Rainbow Over Viterbo is a follow-up of the mini-project from 2013. (See more about it: the description of the 2013 project here , and blog posts about it here .) Viterbo is a small town in Latio, on the border of Tuscia and

The project is the follow-up of last year's The Golden Gate Is Open project in Pécs, Hungary. One of the main elements of the project is a summer day-camp for disatvantaged children with involvment of local and nationwide grassroots, parents and university students. It aims to change the whole local education system. See how it works.

One of the Hungarian mini-projects in 2014, Integration as a Community Experience was recently launched.

“We would like to offer an eye-opener experience to educators. A buzz. A better understanding through an experience and feelings to a positive judgement of integration.” the implementers explain. See how they do it.

Il 1° gennaio 2011 l'Education Support Program della OSF ed i suoi partner hanno lanciato l'iniziativa “Grassroots Europe for Local Wellbeing”, con l'obiettivo di supportare le organizzazioni, le associazioni e i gruppi informali volti a mobilitare le proprie comunità e l'opinione pubblica attorno al tema dell'emarginazione in campo educativo, aiutando i soggetti e i gruppi più vulnerabili della società.

AIM Association – Intercultural and Mobility Agency – and the Social Co-operative “Muovimente” of Viterbo, organized the NATIONAL PLANNING MEETING in the framework of the Grassroots Europe project in the marvellous location of Sermugnano, a small town located in the countryside of the province of Viterbo, Lazio, Italy.

 

 

From 28/02/2013 to 01/03/2013

Budapest

 

The Grassroots Europe for Local Wellbeing Initiative project meeting was held in Budapest, involving more than 15 organizations.

 

Supported by the Grassroots Europe initiative, Hungarian grantee Uccu Roma Informal Education Foundation in partnership with four civil organizations has recently launched a campaign that aims to raise awareness on the positive aspects of inclusive education. Many parents have questions, doubts and fears when they find out that their children will learn together with a “different” child (autistic/Roma/children with special needs, etc.). To diffuse these fears, the campaign highlights the benefits and gains of inclusive education to the whole community, will provide better information to parents, as well as moderate a forum where concerns can be discussed.

The organizers expect parents who are facing school choice, open to co-education, or have doubts in connection with inclusion education.

In 2012, the Initiative has continued to support education and social inclusion grassroots organisations through enabling joint projects and actions aiming to work towards community cohesion and strengthened and flourishing grassroots civil society. A series of international and national level partnership-building events were held to crystallize crucial interventions aiming to strengthen the role of grassroots organisations in building open and cohesive societies and in mediating between vulnerable groups and the mainstream society.

The Roma magazine of Kossuth radio, one of the most popular Hungarian radio stations featured a spot on the Grassroots Europe for Local Wellbeing Initiative. In this, Laura Cziszter, the manager of the project invited the audience of the radio to the 'Vice versa' exhibition at Kesztyugyar ('Gloves Factory'), showcasing the cartoons of Mr. Elemer Konczey, a Cluj-based artist. She also provided a short description of the project.

 

You can listen to the spot at the following link:http://hangtar.radio.hu/kossuth#!#2011-07-10

 

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Pictures from UCCU Roma Informal Educational Foundation and H2O's joint project aiming to raise awareness on cultural diversity among 3rd graders in

Resources — Background materials

Wellbeing is one of the most important topics of our project. In this presentation, you can familiarize yourself with the

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Call for Proposals Education Grassroots Activism in Hungary

 

The Open Society Education Support Program is pleased to invite project proposals from Hungarian civil society organizations that aim to work towards community cohesion and a strengthened, more vocal grassroots educational civil society through the involvement of a wide range of education stakeholders.

Project proposals should address one or more of the following themes: discrimination in education and promoting equal opportunities for all; promoting the role of education in increasing well-being and civic participation; playing a mediating role between vulnerable groups and the mainstream society; mobilizing and uniting divided communities around issues of education and social inclusion; and articulating key messages on the above themes to the wider public and policymakers. 


Eligibility Criteria


Organizations registered in Hungary that cumulatively meet the following criteria are eligible to apply:

  • formally registered grassroots organizations with a not-for-profit character and established legal status
  • organizations carrying out work related to formal or non-formal education, social inclusion, or youth work
  • organizations working at the community level and making use of volunteer support

 

Guidelines


Project proposals should be submitted in English using the provided application form and budget template. The implementation period must not fall outside September 1, 2017–August 31, 2018. The maximum grant size is U.S.$15,000.

 

For more information and downloadable files (complete guidelines, project proposal form, budget template), please visit the Open Society Foundations website.

Submissions should be made via the Open Society Foundations Grant Portal.

 

Required Documentation


To complete your submission, you will be asked to upload a completed proposal form, including completed Annex 1 and Annex 2, a filled-in budget template, the organization’s latest annual financial report, and CVs of project manager(s) and the organization’s leadership. Download the complete guidelines, budget template, and grant proposal form from the Download Files section.

The application deadline is June 16, 2017 (5:00 p.m. CET). Incomplete or late applications will not be given consideration.

Successful applicants will be notified by July 11, 2017. Rejection letters will be issued by July 18, 2017.