The Open Society Fund Prague published results of special open call for projects focused on prevention of domestic violence.
The Open Society Fund Prague – Programme Operator of Programme CZ12 –“Let´s give (wo)men a chance” published a list of approved projects.
On 14th November 2014, the Open Society Fund Prague as the Programme Operator of Let´s Give (Wo)men a Chance Programme is opening the second round of calls for submission of applications for grants. A total of 21.5 million CZK will be distributed for small grants focusing on equal opportunities and domestic violence prevention.
Open Society Fund Prague announced special open call under Programme Let´s Give Women a Chance within Norway Grants 2009-2014.
As of today, The Open Society Fund Prague is opening the first calls for grant proposals within the Let’s Give (Wo)men a Chance Programme financed by Norway Grants. The Open Society Fund Prague will allocate CZK 126 million to small and large grants focusing on equality of gender opportunities and domestic violence prevention. Grants can be applied for by municipalities, regions, firms, the academic sector, non-governmental and other organisations. They have two months to complete their applications. The deadline is the 14th March 2014. There is an exception for financial support for bilateral cooperation, which can be applied for after this deadline.
National Focal Point for the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014 in the Czech Republic would like to inform the public, potential grant applicants and all partners involved in the preparation within the EEA and Norway Grants, on the current status of prepared programmes. More information on programmes, their approval or planned calls can be found in the table attached.
Open Society Fund Prague as the Programme operator of the Programme CZ12 - Let´s Give (Wo)men a Chance, will officially launch this Programme in September 2013. The Programme aims to promote equal opportunities for women and men both in work and personal life as well as prevention and help for victims of domestic and gender-based violence in the Czech Republic. The Programme is funded from Norway Grants and willl allocate 137 million Czech crowns to projects in the focus area between the years 2013-2016.
Fund for Bilateral Cooperation at National Level within the EEA and Norway Grants 2009 - 2014: Side-Event: “Exchange of experience and best practice in the field of tackling and preventing domestic violence and violence against women is a crucial part of the fight against these societal problems”
National Focal Point for the EEA and Norway Grants 2009-2014 in the Czech Republic would like to inform the public , potential grant applicants and all partners involved in the preparation within the EEA and Norway Grants, the current status of prepared programmes.