The “Regranting Scheme: grass root actions on development education” of 2016 for Spain, Estonia, Netherlands, Romania, Germany, Croatia, Latvia, Denmark, Italy, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland & Ireland is now over!

All the winning projects for the 2016 Call of Proposals are announced below…
stay tuned to discover the projects which will be selected for the 2017 new call of this LADDER’s action!

Thank you for your participation and congratulations to all for your inspiring ideas & proposals!

REGRANTING SCHEME: Grass root actions on development education – Call for Proposals 2016

  • Peipsi – “Development Education in Estonian Rural Schools”– Estonia
  • Stichting Fairtrade Gemeente Nederland – “Open the treasury” – Netherlands
  • ADPRDCT – “Mos Craciun Global” – Romania
  • Fons Pitius – “Fighting for survival”– Spain
  • KATE and V. – “Climate Breakfast” – Germany
  • Dalmatian association of organic producers DALMATIA EKO – “YEAH! – Youth Employment in Agriculture and Health promotion” – Croatia
  • Town of Garesnica – “The Recycling September in Natura 2000 area” – Croatia
  • Municipality of Auce – “Increasing Public Awareness about global development issues through the prism of waste sorting ” – Latvia
  • Municipality  of Jekabpils – “Development education activities in Jekabpils local county municipality, through communication” – Latvia
  • Somali Women’s Organization in Denmark (SWOD) – “Girls have rights too” – Denmark
  • Abdinasir Jama – “Thirsty” – Denmark
  • MUSOCO – “Citizens Together for a Global Citizenship” – Italy
  • COSPE – “Displaced visions” – Italy
  • NGO CEPTA – “Zvolen separates waste” – Slovakia
  • OW Slatinka – “We work locally, we think globally” – Slovakia
  • Gabrovo Municipality – “Orbit: education for development: for future, growth, tolerance & activity” – Bulgaria
  • Isperih Municipality – “Youth Eco Forum for Sustainable Development” – Bulgaria
  • SD MED Observation planning and Eco-innovation – “EchoCitizen: awareness campaign on the impact of noise on the health children and teenager” – Greece
  • Diogenis NGO – “Drugs and SDGs – policies for development and harm reduction” – Greece
  • The National Collective of Community-based Women’s networks – Donegal Women’s Network – “The WEAR Project” – Ireland
  • Amazing Grace initiative – “Feile Dochas project” – Ireland
  • Association for Artistic Initiatives at School no 1 in Lubicz – “The Beauty of Diversity – a short guide to tolerance” – Poland
  • Zegrzynskie Lake Local Action Group (LAG) – “The development of entrepreneurship in rural areas through the creation of local food processing incubators” – Poland  

Some of the projects were already implemented (find the report of those here, here and here) while some other are still in their implementation phase. Soon the results for the call of 2017 will be out and the grassroots associations selected will start raising citizens’ awareness about global issues within their local areas!