ZMINA: Rebuilding launches new call for international projects
ZMINA: Rebuilding is launched and open for submissions until 7 April 2024, 23:59 (EET), offering a chance to secure funding up to EUR 60,000 for international cooperation projects between Ukrainian organizations and their counterparts from countries involved in the Creative Europe programme.
ZMINA: Rebuilding aims to enhance the visibility of Ukrainian cultural expressions internationally and introduce new collaborative perspectives within the Ukrainian and European cultural and creative sectors. The initiative seeks projects that resonate with the themes of post-war reconstruction, resilience and the envisioning of future prospects, contributing to public discourse on rebuilding identities, communities and infrastructures. The projects should not only be innovative but also involve local communities in shaping the post-war future.
Within ZMINA: Rebuilding second wave of calls, the following events will provide more information and facilitate future partnerships:
- An online info-session with Q&A will be held on 13 February 2024 at 14:00 (CET), language: English.
- An online matchmaking session for those looking for a Ukrainian or international partner is scheduled for 27 February 2024 at 12:00 (CET), language: English.
- For Ukrainian partners, an offline presentation and workshop will take place on 1 March 2024, from 10:00 to 16:00 in Kyiv, language: Ukrainian.
- For all applicants, there will be weekly zoom-calls where applications can ask any question in both Ukrainian & English: every Tuesday 10:00 (CET) / 11:00 (EET). To join the meeting, the applicant must register via the form.
Participating in ZMINA: Rebuilding is an opportunity to be part of a broader dialogue on cultural and social rebuilding, bringing together diverse voices and visions from across Europe and Ukraine. We encourage all eligible organizations to apply and contribute to this meaningful dialogue.
ZMINA: Rebuilding is implemented by IZOLYATSIA. Platform for cultural initiatives, Malý Berlín and Trans Europe Halles, with funding from the EU. For detailed information on the application process, eligibility criteria and more, please visit our official call page HERE.