The SI Alumni team is pleased to announce that 14 SI Alumni events have been granted funding in the first of two calls for applications in 2015. More than half of all applications came from Ukraine which is reflected in the list of granted events below.
All applicants have been notified by e-mail. If you have not received a notification about your application, please send us an e-mail.
We hope to receive many high quality applications again in our second call for applications which will be 15 April – 15 May. Information on how to apply will be published on the Alumni blog at that time.
Below is a list of granted events within this call:
|Civil Society Networked: Connecting Baltic and Black Sea Regions. Challenges and Opportnunities.||Oleksandr Svyetlov||Ukraine||
150417 & 150522
|Cultural Intelligence as a key competence for leadership in global community||Tetiana Shyian||Ukraine||
|Economics of Sustainable Development||Mariia Tyshchenko||Ukraine||
|Entrepreneurship as a lifestyle: inspiring success stories from young creatives||Pavel Makhnatch||Belarus||
|Georgian SI Alumni Event||Vazha Macharadze||Georgia||
To be confirmed
|Human rights in education||Kateryna Shapochka||Ukraine||
|Management of change||Andriy Byelka||Ukraine||
|Role of transportation in developing attractive, inclusive and healthy cities for people||Andrey Edemskiy||Russia||
|Searching for Opportunities||Oksana Udovyk||Ukraine||
|SI Alumni networking event in Vilnius||Jurgita Strazdauskiene||Lithuania||
|Smart sustainable cities: Ecology, ICT and architecture||Oleg Nesterenko||Ukraine||
|Social and sustainable start-up camp||Sukumal Somboon||Thailand||
|Social Planning in Volunteering||Taras Butchenko||Ukraine||
|Strategic Social Forecasting in Cross-border International Relations||Igor Kudinov||Ukraine||