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Funding for Arts & the SDGs

Friday, 05 July 2019 20:05

Our EU project, Start the Change!, has launched a call for proposals - 'GlobART 2030: fight inequalities for sustainable development'.

The aim is to award financial support (from 6,000 to 8,000 Euros) to third parties.


"The call for proposals 'GlobART 2030' is aimed at CSOs (Civil Society Organizations) who are based and operate in United Kingdom (UK) or Italy or Germany or Spain or France, who intend to promote and experiment educational actions, with young people aged between 14 and 25, that stimulate a reflection on the connection between global inequalities and migrations, through the use of artistic and creative languages (theatre, music, cinema, etc.) to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The arts have been used to impart humankind's morals, values, and condemned injustices, and expressed new perspectives on society's well-being. The SDGs are the world's most comprehensive way to achieve economic growth, social inclusion, and environmental sustainability. By blending rational and emotional expression, the arts serve as the ideal medium to convey the SDGs and inspire audiences to take action.

The aim of this call for proposals is to contribute, through the use of artistic languages, to the development of knowledge and critical sense among young people with respect to the connection between migration and global inequalities, referring to one or more Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)."


You'll find more information and the required documents for submitting a proposal right here.

Interested parties may submit a project idea, no later than 15.00 (CET) on 02 August 2019, by sending an electronic copy of the documents to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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