This half-day workshop will provide Irish civil society organisations with an overview of research opportunities available to organisations under Horizon 2020’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie programme.
Funding Opportunities for Orchestras and Young Players. Also see the ‘Training’ category which contains notices of funding related training, particularly in relation to Léargas and Cuaseway youth exchange funding. In the headings, NI refers to Northern Ireland and ROI to Republic of Ireland.
Bursary opportunity for young musicians, composers and singers living in South Dublin. Young musicians living in the South Dublin area are invited to submit applications for the annual Annette Halpin Memorial Music Award.
Did you know you can use Erasmus+ funding to take part in all sorts of training events that can help you prepare for, apply for and run Youth in Action projects?
Léargas is hosting an Erasmus+ Youth in Action KA1 Application Workshop (KA105) on 29 March 2017. This workshop will support you in completing your Erasmus+ application e-Form for Key Action 1 projects.
This scheme is funded by the Arts Council and managed by Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts. Please note that this award may by subject to different conditions and criteria than the awards directly administered by the Arts Council. Requests for information or application forms should be directed to Create.
8 Dec 2016 – 2:00pm – 5:30pm Imperial Hotel, South Mall, Cork Finding it hard to achieve financial sustainability for your organisation? This workshop will provide you with a process to follow with you...
The purpose of the Programme Activity Fund is to assist experienced organisations to provide high-quality artistic programmes for, by or with children and young people that are in line with Arts Council policy and strategic priorities for young people, children and education (YPCE). Programmes must be designed and planned in a manner that will ensure a high quality artistic experience for the target age group. The fund is competitive and awards are made on a once-off non-recurring basis.
Altruism Ireland is a charity in its own right and our vision is to see a transparent system of charity-giving, ensuring more money ends up in the hands of those who need it most. Despite being a relatively new charity, they already have a number of national charities on-board and are now at the stage of being able to reach out to all organisations with charitable status within Ireland to offer their services.
Eurodesk Ireland invites youth workers, guidance counsellors, youth and career officers, and everyone working with young people who might benefit from mobility opportunities abroad to join us at our special event: “Time to Move” on 11 October 2016 in Dublin Castle!
Join us for a thematic inspiration day on identity, and see how Erasmus+ Youth in Action funding can support young people to explore their own sense of identity through international activities.