What is Creative Force?
The Creative Force programme supports projects which aim to strengthen democracy and freedom of expression in the target countries. This shall be achieved through collaborations between institutions and agents of change who work with either culture or the media to bring about change.
This year’s second (and final) call for applications – for seed funding only – is now open, with deadline 17 May 2016. The call is for projects which should be completed in time to submit final reports to the Swedish Institute by the deadline of 28 February 2017.
Click here for application instructions.
Information about projects recently (23-03-2016) granted funding in this year’s first call for funding is available here: Creative Force funding decisions 2016
Two types of funding
Three geographic areas
- Creative Force Africa and Middle East & North Africa (MENA)
- Creative Force Eastern Europe and Turkey
- Creative Force Russia
For more information, please contact one of the following persons, preferably by email:
Judith Black, Programme manager Creative Force Russia and Creative Force Eastern Europe & Turkey
Malin Larsson, Programme manager Creative Force Africa
Inger Ridderstolpe and Katrine Larsen, Acting programme managers Creative Force MENA
Jesper Werner is on parental leave.
Creative Force Eastern Europe and Turkey supports collaborative projects with the overall objective to strengthen democratisation and freedom of expression in the target countries. These aims shall be achieved through mutual learning processes and sustainable ...
Completed collaborative and seed-funded projects are to be reported to SI using two documents: a written report and a financial report. Please note that projects with funding in excess of SEK 100 000 must also ...
Creative Force Russia supports collaborative projects with the overall objective to strengthen democratisation and freedom of expression. These aims shall be achieved through mutual learning processes and sustainable networks between organisations and agents of change ...
Funding can be granted to collaborative projects which contain a creative, capacity-building dimension and include activities such as seminars, workshops, training courses and visits. Creative Force projects should also have a communicative dimension with the ...
Seed funding is available for such purposes as small-scale projects, project start-ups and planning trips. For many initiatives it may be advisable to begin by applying for seed funding rather than funding for collaborative projects. ...