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Coming together in conversation: The Artists‘ Contacts programme supports international exchange and networking between cultural actors.Find out more
CCP Fellowships enables professionals and committed volunteers to work in an intercultural environment for two to three months and to gather new skills.Find out more
CCP Synergy brings two organisations from Germany and a partner country together. They work in cooperation on a project that brings cultural actors together in dialogue.Find out more
The Cultural Assistant Programme provides financial support for projects by organisations, associations and editorial offices of German minorities.Find out more
The skills of professionals from youth and cultural work, cultural management or journalistic organisations of German minorities are supported through the Deployment Programme.Find out more
The Exhibition Funding programme supports contemporary artists in implementing art projects abroad.Find out more
Through the Jobs Shadowing Programme, employees of an organisation of German minorities receive new impulses for their work and projects.Find out more
Taking the community on a journey: with the social media travel grant, people from German minority organisations can travel and share their experiences.Find out more
ifa supports cultural projects as well as educational, youth and media projects of German minority organisations in Eastern Europe and the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Those who advocate for human rights often face danger and then need protection themselves. The Elisabeth-Selbert-Initiative provides threatened human rights defenders with a safe place to recuperate, cope with trauma, and when possible, to network and further develop their professional skills.
In many countries socio-political commitment results in personal danger for those involved. The Martin Roth Initiative facilitates shelter for artists at risk.
Promoting social change in Tunisia with music: The project supports schoolchildren in coordinating their own concerts throughout Tunisia, and with the establishment of extracurricular music clubs, young people learn to organise themselves according to democratic principles.