Submit an application for the UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) 2021 and stand a chance to get up to $100,000.
Application Deadline: June 16, 2021
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A maximum of $100,000 USD can be requested.
Public authorities and institutions from eligible countries (developing countries, parties to the 2005 convention)
Non governmental organizations (NGOs) from eligible countries(developing countries parties to the 2005 convention)
International non-governmental Organizations(NGOs) registered in countries parties to the 2005 convention.
The projects must clearly lead to structural changes through:
- Introduction and/or elaboration of policies and strategies that have a direct and structural impact on the creation, production, distribution of and access to a diversity of cultural goods and services;
- Reinforcement of skills in public sector and civil society organizations to support viable local and regional cultural industries and markets in developing countries.
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About the UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity
Established under the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, the IFCD is a voluntary multi-donor fund which supports the emergence of dynamic cultural sectors in developing countries.
This year, the IFCD joins the celebration of the International Year of the Creative Economy for Sustainable Development by calling for projects that aim to make strong contributions to the creative economy in developing countries that are Parties to the 2005 Convention.
Public institutions, and non-governmental organizations (NGO) from eligible countries are invited to submit their proposals, as well as international NGOs registered in countries that are Parties to the 2005 Convention.