The new FSTP – EaP CSF re-granting to members (2021-2023) is distributed via three lots with maximum allocation of EUR 240.000 per year.

Lot 1 supports multiannual project on monitoring of new EaP deliverables and targets as defined in the Joint Staff Working Document (to be published in May 2021), Lot 2 supports projects addressing the Forum’s strategic advocacy priorities and Lot 3 aims to support annually the projects of EaP CSF member organisations developing and delivering on the strategic policy and capacity building priorities of the Forum within the regional dimension with a strong focus on mutual learning among partner member organisations.

Analysing and assessing the management of Transboundary Emerald Sites of Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova

Lead organisation: CSO Charitable Organisation “Interecocentre” (Ukraine)

Partner organisations:

  • CSO Public Association EcoContact (Moldova)
  • CSO “Bahna” (Belarus)

Project duration: 01 May 2021 – 30 November 2021

Project aim: This project aims to strengthen the advocacy role and priorities of the EaP CSF and its members Civil Society Organisations in Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova through the formulation of a policy paper analysing and assessing the implementation, monitoring and oversight of the management of Transboundary Emerald Sites.

The Role of the CSOs in DCFTA Implementation in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine

Lead organisation: Georgian Institute of Politics (Georgia)

Partner organisations:

  • Institute for European Policies and Reforms (Moldova)
  • Institute of Economic Research and Policy Consulting (Ukraine)

Project duration: 01 May 2021 – 30 November 2021

Project aim: This project aims to identify and analyse the various roles played by CSOs in the implementation of the DCFTAs in Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova. The project will deliver country reports assessing the ability of CSOs to enable local SMEs to benefit from these agreements while also facilitating effective communication between state institutions and SMEs.

The final report will draw a comparative assessment across the three DCFTA states, thus bringing to light good practices and limitations of CSO engagement in the implementation of the DCFTAs in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

Promotion of modern international standards of children’s rights: deinstitutionalisation and humanisation of closed institutions in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine

Lead organisation: Anti-Discrimination Centre Memorial Brussels (Belgium)

Partner organisations:

  • International Centre for Civil Initiatives “Our House” (Belarus)
  • “AVE Copiii” Association (Moldova)
  • Women’s Consortium of Ukraine (Ukraine)

Project duration: 15 April 2021 – 15 December 2021

Project aim: The aim of the project is the alignment of national legislations, intergovernmental agreements, policies or practices regulating treatment of children in closed institutions within contemporary international children’s rights standards and their sensitisation to children’s rights issues in Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine.

EMPLO(YOU!)TH – Developing employability skills throughout peer to peer learning for young people in Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine

Lead organisation: Centre of European Expertise “Europlus” (Romania)

Partner organisations:

  • Gyumri “Youth Initiative Centre” NGO (Armenia)
  • “MilleniuM” Training and Development Institute (Moldova)
  • Vinnytsia Regional Centre for Information “Kreativ” (Ukraine)

Project duration: 01 May 2021 – 30 November 2021

Project aim: The project aims to educate and give the necessary tools to at least 180 young people aged 15 – 26 y.o. from rural and urban areas outside the capitals of Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine. The young people will benefit from the multiplier seminars organised by trained peer educator to find jobs on the local labour markets, and to support youth entrepreneurship skills with a particular focus on social entrepreneurship.