Utility Deadline: Ongoing

On the initiative of the Goethe-Institut and the Federal International Workplace, establishments working in worldwide cultural cooperation have arrange a aid fund. It’s geared toward organisations overseas whose dedication is of nice significance for creative freedom and for a pluralistic society. With the fund, tasks that serve specifically to make sure the livelihood of those establishments will obtain short-term and non-bureaucratic help. The International Workplace is offering the fundamental funding of three million euros; the Goethe-Institut is coordinating the allocation of funds. A jury will choose the funded tasks.

Along with the Berliner Künstlerprogramm of the German Tutorial Trade Service (DAAD), the German UNESCO Fee, the S. Fischer Basis, the Mercator Basis, the Robert Bosch Basis and the Siemens Basis the International Workplace and the Goethe-Institut kind a consortium and invite different establishments to take part. On this context, the companions partly set their very own accents.


The funding is geared toward establishments from international locations exterior the European Union the place there are not any different funding choices. They have to additionally meet the next standards:

  • they do cultural work with relevance to civil society
  • have been lively for greater than three years
  • they’re already recognized to the Goethe-Institut or the International Workplace’s diplomatic mission overseas
  • on account of their construction, they’re affected by the implications of the coronavirus pandemic

Structural tasks might be supported, for instance:

  • Infrastructure upkeep or redevelopment tasks which can be restricted in scope and time
  • Begin-up financing of structural measures
  • Tasks that serve (new) networking
  • Tasks for the event of latest, digital codecs and/or digital additional coaching and qualification

The utmost funding for a venture within the interval from September to December 2020 is 25,000 euros. 

For Extra Info:

Go to the Official Webpage of the Goethe-Institut COVID-19 fund

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