Funding opens for cultural heritage protection projects in South Caucasus

Small Grants Scheme for heritage-related projects
01.02.2024 (Caucasian Journal). If you work in a museum or other institution related to cultural heritage protection in Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, or other EU neighbouring countries, please read on - you might find this grant call relevant.

The European Heritage Hub project – co-funded by the European Union and run by a consortium of 20 partners led by Europa Nostra – has launched a Small Grants Scheme to support projects protecting cultural heritage in Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Ukraine.

The scheme offers grants of three sizes: 
  • Small projects – grants ranging from €2,000 to €10,000;
  • Medium projects – grants ranging from €10,000 to €30,000;
  • Large projects – grants ranging from €30,000 to €50,000.

The Program supports the following types of activities:

  • Emergency planning and preparedness for heritage sites and museums, including support to inventories, simulations, and provision of equipment, including capacity building and on-the-job training - ideally with the involvement of youth;
  • Actionable documentation of archaeological and heritage sites, including capacity building and on-the-job training;
  • Regional restoration camps / on-the-job training at restoration projects in the regions concerned;
  • Supporting initiatives on dialogue, coordination and sharing of cross-border heritage;
  • Documentation, operationalisation, or transmission of traditional know-how or lifeways as a tool or strategy to respond to the causes or impacts of climate change;
  • Capacity building and ad hoc technical support on the vital intersection between cultural heritage and green, digital and social transformation;
  • Advocacy activities to raise the profile of cultural heritage in countries concerned, including specific advocacy activities aiming to save endangered sites;
  • Actions promoting cross-border collaboration between the regions where the eligible countries are located.
The deadline for applications is 31 March.

More information and application instructions can be found here.

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