Due Date: April 15, 2019

Require propositions are open for the Culture at Work Africa Grants 2019 Culture at Work Africa is wanting to support ingenious on-the-ground jobs focusing on establishing safe and neutral areas for intercultural discussion and at promoting active citizenship and intercommunity relations. Tasks will look for sustainable outputs and will cultivate multi-stakeholder nationwide and transregional cooperation, inclusive societies, multiculturalism and equivalent self-respect for all.

Today require propositions consists of 2 lots. Applications might be sent in among the following:

  • Lot 1: Projects targeted at improving public or personal cultural areas as “safe locations” for intercultural discussion by stakeholders active in the general public sphere (e.g. organisations active in the social, academic or ecological fields, youth and cultural centres, schools, universities, libraries, regional authorities, and so on).
  • Lot 2: Multinational jobs targeted at enhancing institutional and expert capabilities in intercultural mediation of cultural organisations and operators for social cohesion.


Grants asked for under this call needs to be sent according to the following minimum and optimal quantities per lot:

  • Lot 1: minimum 20,000 EUR and optimum 45,000 EUR
  • Lot 2: minimum 30,000 EUR and optimum 60,000 EUR

The a sign quantity readily available for the 2 lots is 900,000 EUR.


  • For Lot 1: the applications should include a minimum of 2 partners: among the partners will function as lead candidate and the other( s) as co-applicant( s).
  • For Lot 2: the applications should include a minimum of 2 partners from a minimum of 2 various qualified nations. Among the partners will function as lead candidate and the other( s) as co-applicant( s).
  • For both lots, the lead candidate and the co-applicant( s) should be an organisation lawfully signed up in among the 15 qualified nations and active in the cultural, education and cultural mediation sectors.
  • Other things being equivalent, concern will be provided to civil society organisations, city governments and other organisations active at the regional level.
  • The lead candidate should be straight accountable for the preparation and management of the job proposition with its partners and not function as an intermediary.
  • Lead candidates should have a legitimate savings account signed up under their legal name.
  • Applications should be sent in English or French.
  • Applications should define, in the Budget plan Type sent as part of the complete application, that 13% of the grant is for movement, capability structure and/or networking activities, to cover the expenses associated with the compulsory participation, of minimum 2 agents of each given job, to training and peer-to-peer activities arranged and collaborated by Culture at Work Africa throughout the job execution.
  • Applications should consist of, in the Budget plan Type sent as part of the complete application, the expense of an external audit (expense confirmation) of the job proposition and should anticipate an optimum of 5% of the overall budget plan to this end. Nevertheless, the expenses for the external audit can not be less than 1,50000 EURO.

Qualified Nations

Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda and Zimbabwe


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