Годовой отчет Фонда "Новая Евразия" за 2005 год на русском языке (PDF 4242 Кб)
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Программа грантов для выпускников сетевых программ стипендий (2006-07 Alumni Grant Program)
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The Network Scholarship Programs (NSP) is pleased to offer the 2006-07 Alumni Grant Program (the 'Program'). The Program offers grants to NSP alumni to further expand the knowledge gained during their fellowship and make a positive contribution to their home country.
The competition is open to alumni of the following NSP programs meeting the criteria listed below:
Environmental Law/Management Program
Faculty Development Program
Global Supplementary Grant Program
Mongolian Professional Fellowship Program
Muskie/FSA Graduate Fellowship Program (only the fields supported by OSI)
OSI Chevening Scholarships
OSI CNOUS Program (fellowships to France)
OSI DAAD Program (fellowships to Germany)
Palestinian Rule of Law Program
Social Work Fellowship Program
Soros Supplementary Grant Program
Supplementary Grant Program - Burma
Supplementary Grant Program - former Yugoslavia
American University in Bulgaria
Undergraduate Exchange Program/Virtual University
1. Have successfully completed their academic program;
2. Be in compliance with the conditions of their OSI grant;
3. Currently reside in their home country or region (with the exception of SGP - Burma and SGP - Former Yugoslavia);
4. Present a project related to or applicable in their home country or region.
All proposals must be related to the Open Society Institute's mission of supporting educational, social, political and legal reform, and of encouraging alternative approaches to complex and controversial issues. Collaborative projects between alumni, across borders, and with host universities are welcome. The alumnus/a must demonstrate a leading role in the project.
Areas of project activities could include, but are not limited to:
- alumni networking and fostering the creation of associations
- activities that generate debate/dialogue on local social and political issues
- initiatives that further social justice or community welfare
- other projects judged by the selection committee to be in the spirit of the program goals
The Program will NOT support:
- individual travel grants for conferences, workshops, etc
- travel to or from outside countries served by OSI (western Europe, North America etc.)
- any expenses taking place outside countries served by OSI (western Europe, North America etc.)
- additional degrees, courses or certificates for individual alumnus/a
- academic research projects
- publishing journals, books, or a thesis (newsletters or websites are acceptable)
- projects that replicate existing efforts (i.e. local Soros Foundation projects)
- Educational Advising Centers for study abroad.
- Purchasing office equipment (computers, photocopiers, fax machines, etc…)
Items that are allowable but are not considered a priority:
- office space rental
- office equipment rental
Selection is based on a project's relevance to the Program goals, its feasibility, and its potential for impact. The selection committee will be comprised of experts from the Soros Foundations Network and outside consultants who are familiar with the Open Society Institute's mission. All applicants will be notified of their status by the end of November 2006.
Applicants may request support for individual projects in the amount up to $5,000; collaborative projects (joint proposals by 2 or more alumni) requesting additional sums will be considered. All proposals must include a line item explanation of the budget. Budgets should also include amounts from other donors and/or explanations concerning acquisition of such funds.
The Program reserves the right to verify all information submitted as part of an application. In the event that there is a discrepancy or information is found to be false, the applicant will be declared ineligible.
DEADLINE: Friday, JUNE 30, 2006
IMPORTANT! All applications must be submitted ONLY via the Online Application System at www.soros.org/grants/oas. Please note that no applications submitted via email, fax, or mail will be accepted.
All applications must include:
- Application Form
- Project Proposal
- Curriculum Vitae
- Detailed Budget - with a line item explanation of how each cost relates to a specific function of the project
- Letters of support -from institutions mentioned in proposal
- Letters of commitment from other donors listed in the budget.
NOTICE TO APPLICANTS:
- Competition is merit-based and open to anyone who meets the eligibility requirements.
- Applicants may submit only ONE proposal per competition.
- Projects should start not earlier than mid-January 2007.
- Applications should be submitted via the Online Application System at www.soros.org/grants/oas. Questions should be directed to Ms. Celine Keshishian at