WHO CAN APPLY?
Eligible to apply for the Intercultural Innovation Hub are not-for-profit organizations implementing projects focused on promoting intercultural dialogue and fostering diverse and inclusive societies, and who are willing to expand their range of action. Examples include projects in the fields of promoting gender equality, preventing xenophobia, violent extremism, and hate speech, promoting the use of sport, art and culture as tools to drive social change and foster social inclusion, supporting the LGBTQI+ community and championing gender diversity, as well as advocating for disability rights and disability inclusion. The Intercultural Innovation Hub does not support one-time events (e.g. festivals, events, conferences. etc.).
Does your not-for-profit organization qualify?
Organizations that submit a project to the competition need to fulfill each and every one of the following criteria to be deemed eligible:
How are Intercultural Innovation Recipients selected?
Shortlisted projects will be evaluated against a comprehensive set of criteria. These criteria include three main categories: