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17/02/2015—STANDARD GRANTS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION

As of today, we are col­lect­ing project pro­pos­als within the March 15 dead­line of Standard Grants. Applicants are kindly requested to reg­is­ter in the new on-line sys­tem at my.visegradfund.org/standard. Grantees pro­cess­ing their projects sub­mit­ted in 2014 and ear­lier are kindly requested to work with the “old sys­tem”, in which they applied. Please report any tech­ni­cal prob­lems to V4at signvisegradfund.org. Thank you for your under­stand­ing and patience.

16/02/2015

The Council of Ambassadors approved for fund­ing project pro­pos­als sub­mit­ted within the December dead­line of Small Grants:

13/02/2015

Due to sys­tem upgrade, project pro­pos­als aim­ing at the March 15 dead­line of Standard Grants will only be col­lected through the new on-line appli­ca­tion sys­tem from the morn­ing on Tuesday, February 17, 2015. Grantees pro­cess­ing their projects sub­mit­ted in 2014 and ear­lier are kindly requested to log in the sys­tem, in which they applied (http://applications.visegradfund.org/). Thank you for your kind understanding.

10/02/2015—PHOTOS WANTED!

In our efforts to look back when mark­ing this year’s 15th anniver­sary of the Visegrad Fund, we are seek­ing inter­est­ing pho­tographs from projects sup­ported by our grant schemes. Please share with us pho­tos from your projects, even those from “behind the scenes”. Selected pho­tographs will be made pub­lic and their authors will receive spe­cial anniver­sary gifts from us.

03/02/2015—SMALL GRANTS OPEN FOR APPLYING

Small Grants are open for pro­pos­als as of 18:00 today until the dead­line at 12 p.m. (noon) on March 1, 2015. Application forms will be col­lected via a newly designed on-line appli­ca­tion sys­tem at my.visegradfund.org. We kindly ask appli­cants to report any tech­ni­cal prob­lems by e-mail to v4at signvisegradfund.org. Thank you for your kind patience. We look for­ward to your project ideas!

30/01/2015—APPLICATIONS FOR SMALL GRANTS

Due to a major upgrade of the on-line appli­ca­tions sys­tem, reg­is­tra­tion for Small Grants (dead­line of March 1, 2015) will start only at noon on Tuesday, February 3, 2015. We apol­o­gize for any incon­ve­niences related to the the shorter appli­ca­tion period. Thank you for your understanding.

27/01/2015

Today’s Council of Ambassadors in Budapest approved projects selected from those sub­mit­ted within the November dead­line of the Visegrad University Studies Grants and its V4EaP chapter:

01/01/2015—HAPPY NEW YEAR!

ŠŤASTNÝ NOVÝ ROK! — BOLDOG ÚJ ÉVET! — SZCZĘŚLIWEGO NOWEGO ROKU!

10/12/2014

Today’s Council of Ambassadors approved projects sub­mit­ted within the September dead­line of Standard Grants:

List of Standard Grants (September 2014 dead­line)  [ download button .XLS ]

18/11/2014

Today’s Council of Ambassadors approved grant projects sub­mit­ted within the September dead­line of Extended Standard Grants as well as res­i­den­cies within the VARP—Performing Arts:

11/11/2014

The International Visegrad Fund is hereby announc­ing an open call for pro­pos­als for Flagship Projects with the sub­mis­sion dead­line on December 19, 2014:

06/11/2014

Today’s Council of Ambassadors offi­cially approved selected projects from Small Grants sub­mit­ted within the September 1 deadline:

31/10/2014

The fund’s sec­re­tariat will be open only until 3 p.m. today (Friday, October 31, 2014). Thank you for your understanding.

30/10/2014

Find out more about Ebola virus dis­eases and the V4’s response to the outbreak:

02/10/2014–VISEGRAD INSIGHT NO. 6 OUT TODAY

The sixth issue of Visegrad Insight released today intro­duces a list of one hun­dred out­stand­ing indi­vid­u­als and teams of indi­vid­u­als from new EU mem­ber states and their neigh­bors to the East and South. The NE100 list was devel­oped by Res Publica, the International Visegrad Fund, the Financial Times, Google, and many other insti­tu­tions from around New Europe. Together with the in-depth sto­ries of some of the chal­lengers from the NE100 list, the new issue fea­tures a num­ber of social, polit­i­cal, and, most impor­tantly, eco­nomic reports on the ques­tion of the new econ­omy of New Europe.

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