Application form for toolkits.
If you wish to apply for financial support for using and/or producing a toolkit, please fill out this form.

After completed form the project manager for the toolkit you have applied for will contact you with a response.


Please select which toolkit your application concerns



Requested support
Indicate what kind of support you wish to receive from SI

Production support
Swedish guest speaker
Other, please specify 


Requested financial support
Indicate an amount in SEK





Dates for planned activities

When will the first activity using the material take place?


Will you use the material on several occasions? If so, please indicate the dates for each occasion.



Planned program in connection to the toolkit
Opening, seminars, workshop? Dates, time and venues.





Venue
Describe the premise, opening hours, accessibility and intended audience. Is it possible to arrange program adjacent to the event?





Active local co-operating partner(s)
 (if any)

Contact person, complete address, email address and cellphone number



Local budget
Specify your costs of printing, production of text signs, framing, hanging and costs for Swedish guest speaker.





Relevant themes and local interests
What themes in the toolkit is connected to the ongoing debate in your country?





Goals

Please choose the goals for your activity as this will affect the source of finance for the support from SI.

It is important that the goals you select will be reported in the project evaluation form after completed toolkit.
 


Foreign aid

Goal: A sustainable global development

Valid countries: All countries on the DAC list of ODA recipients
 
Sustainable development
Increased knowledge, visibility and dialogue about equality, democracy, LGBTQ, human rights etc
Other, please specify 


Baltic Sea Regional cooperation

Goal for Area 1: Sustainable development and strengthened global competitiveness in the region

Valid countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, Finland, Germany and Poland
 
Increased inclusion of vulnerable groups, minorities and Russian-speaking target groups in Baltic Sea cooperation.
Increased exchange and cooperation between actors for change and opinion-formers from various sectors who are working for sustainable development, democracy and gender equality, and decision-makers from politics and business.


Baltic Sea Regional Cooperation

Goals for Area 2: Greater integration between EU Member States and the countries in the EU’s Eastern Partnership and Russia.

Valid countries: EU-countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Poland, Germany and Denmark), Russia and Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine
 
Enhanced conditions for entrepreneurship and innovation, with a focus on women’s entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility. 
Diversity in the media sector and greater freedom of expression, with a focus on promoting free and independent media, above all Russian-language media, and information and media know-how among selected target groups, and the general public’s access to objective and independent information.
Increased confidence and exchange between young people in the region.


Reform cooperation with Eastern Europe, Western Balkans and Turkey

Goals: Strengthened democracy and greater respect for human rights. A better environment, reduced climate impact and enhanced resilience to environmental impact and climate change

Valid countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia,  Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine and Turkey
 
Freer and more independent media.
More pluralistic civil society, including political parties with strengthened popular support.
Improved conditions for democratic accountability to the people and participation in political processes, including the promotion of free elections.
Women and men have, to a greater extent, the same power to shape society and their own lives.
Enhanced environmental responsibility among the general public, the business sector and civil society.


Strategy for Russia

Goal:  Support for democracy, human rights and environment in Russia

Valid countries: Russia
 
Greater opportunities for democratic involvement and increased participation in political processes on the part of citizens.
Enhanced capacity among drivers of change and civilsociety to promote democracy, human rights and non-discrimination, etc.
Women and men have, to a greater extent, the same power to shape society and their own lives.
Mass media with strengthened capacity to promote transparency and public dialogue.
Increased environmental responsibility among government, local and civil society actors.


Sweden promotion

Goal: Promoting Sweden as an innovative, open, caring, creative, sustainable and progressive country.

Valid countries: All
 
Create a platform for dialogue with opinion- and desicion makers
Attract interest for trade and business
Create visibility and interest for Sweden



Swedish Institute can contribute a maximum of 7 500 - 30 000 SEK for production costs and for inviting Swedish guest speakers. Budget is limited and financial support may not be available at the end of the year.

Financial support must be invoiced to SI at the latest 2017-12-05. After that a new application must be made.


The Swedish Institute must be mentioned as a partner in all communication surrounding the project.


After the project is finished a project report must be sent to SI. See toolkit for evaluation form.


By submitting this form you agree to the conditions mentioned above.




Applying foreign mission

Foreign mission

Contact person, complete address, email address and cellphone number


email address