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CALL FOR PROPOSALS REF. NO. CM-INR-02

Civica Mobilitas under the Call for Proposals CM-INR-02 calls upon proposals for internship plans that offer support to interaction between Swiss and Macedonian CSOs, civil society actors and their constituencies.

In order to be eligible for an Internship Grant under this Call, the applicant must: have a minimum age of 18 years and be a Swiss Citizen with origins from the Republic of Macedonia or Macedonian Citizens permanently or temporary living in Switzerland. Under this Call for Proposals, applicants must include one or more collaborators. Such collaborators must be selected from the list of actual Civica Mobilitas INS, ACT, SAC, MAK and/or ADH grantees or its PCO.

This Call for Proposals is composed of:

The duration of the grants requested under this Call for Proposals must NOT be for a period longer than 6 months and grants must NOT exceed a maximum of 6,000 CHF per INR Grant (or an average maximum of 1,000 CHF per month), depending on the proposed duration.

The deadline for the submission of applications is on the 30th of March 2018. Applications can be submitted at any time until this date and time.

The Application Form must be submitted to Civica Mobilitas in English language by email that includes in subject heading the reference of this Call for Proposals to the following address: cm-inr-02@civicamobilitas.mk. Pages in the Application Form and its annexes that contain signatures and stamps should be scanned.

Questions can be submitted to the Helpdesk by e-mail that includes in subject heading the reference of this Call for Proposals (CM-INR-02), to this address: helpdesk@civicamobilitas.mk.

Civica Mobilitas encourages applicants to consult the Civica Mobilitas website and Facebook page on a regular basis so that they are timely and adequately informed about the latest questions and answers.

Civica Mobilitas is a Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) project that is implemented by NIRAS from Denmark, the Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (MCIC) and the Swedish Institute for Public Administration (SIPU).