Creative Force Programme

What is Creative Force?

The Creative Force programme supports collaborative projects with the overall objective to strengthen democratic structures and freedom of expression in the target countries. These aims shall be achieved through mutual learning processes and sustainable networks between institutions and agents of change who work with either culture or the media to bring about change.

Two types of funding

Who can apply?

Applicants may be Swedish civil society organisations, foundations, public sector agencies, private sector agencies or other professional actors.

Three geographic areas

Please note that the countries of South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan) are no longer included in the programme.

 

Photo: Swedish Institute

Photo: Swedish Institute

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
Lejla Hastor, Programme manager Creative Force MENA and for current projects in the Western Balkans
Jesper Werner is on parental leave.

 

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