The program’s objective is to support civic initiatives aimed at building an open society and preparing for democratic changes in Belarus.
The grants are awarded in the following fields: 1) encouraging civic activity, developing self-government and self-organisation (also through educational and cultural work, and youth initiatives); 2) defending human rights, providing legal assistance, counteracting discrimination, and promoting tolerance; 3) conducting independent research and analyses; 4) broadening access to reliable information, developing traditional and social media.
The applications are accepted at any time, with an evaluation period of approximately three months.
More information here.
Source: KARAT News, August 2013