NATO Public Diplomacy Division's Co-Sponsorship Grants
Do you have an idea for a project that could contribute to better understanding of NATO, its role and policies?
The NATO Public Diplomacy Division works actively to strengthen the Alliance’s public image, promoting understanding, trust in and support for the Alliance. It does so by contributing to a continuous process of international security debate and policy design, through a variety of people-to-people and digital programmes in NATO and partner countries. NATO can therefore help make your project a reality, providing advice, funding and practical assistance.
Co-sponsorship for conferences, seminars, workshops, public events and other relevant public diplomacy activities, such as digital, multimedia or online projects, on peace and security related issues is available in the form of discretionary grants from NATO's Public Diplomacy Division. Typically, recipients of these grants are Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), universities, think tanks, and other pertinent civil society organisations.
Following the call for applications in January 2022, PDD now launches a call for applications on “Increasing Societal Resilience: Innovative Ways to Counter Disinformation and Hostile Information Activities”. The deadline to apply is 10 May 2022.
For content, please see the Resilience Content Guidelines.
Decisions on whether to support a project, as well as the level of sponsorship awarded, are made at the discretion of NATO authorities.
Further details on co-sponsorship grants are available in the Application Guidelines and Financial and Reporting Procedures.
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