NEW OPEN-CALL FOR PARTNERS FOR ACTIVE CITIZENS
The British Council’s ACTIVE CITIZENS programme aims at intercultural dialogue and sustainable social development.
The British Council is announcing an open-call for new partners for Active Citizens 2021/2022 cycle! Civil society organizations, charities and youth centres, are welcomed to participate!
Partnership includes delivering in 2021-2022 years digital trainings based on Active Citizens methodology in communities, chosen by partner. In order to deliver these trainings, British Council provides an opportunity for at least two representatives of the partner to pass trainings for Active Citizens facilitators (trainers). Partner representatives, facilitators and local trainings alumni are eligible to participate in other programme activities, such as: social action projects grant support, upgrade facilitation trainings, national and international study visits, pitchings, ideathons, Active Citizens Camps etc. More on the programme you can find here.
Application form for a potential AC partner can be found here. This form is submitted online.
The application submission deadline is 2 June 2021, 23:59.
We will announce the results of the competition within three weeks after the deadline.
Potential partners have to provide at least two facilitators that will be trained on 28 June – 7 July at National Facilitator Development digital workshop by the British Council with Active Citizens methodology. In the future partners should support their facilitators during Active Citizens local trainings. More information will be shared with the selected organizations.
Local training participants are eligible to submit their social action project ideas, aimed to improve life within the community. These projects should be coordinated and supported by a local partner.
Some Social Actions Projects will be granted partially by the British Council. The projects key areas are facilitation of intercultural dialogue within Ukraine, building relations among people based on equal opportunities, respect for diversity, community development and social activism.