Members of socially oriented CSOs can learn how to manage international projects

Participants will learn how to implement international projects, find partners and work with foreign CSOs.


The Agency for Social Information invites members of socially oriented CSOs to take part in a free of charge course on “International cooperation: setting up and implementing international projects”.

Participants will learn about the latest topics for projects and their successful implementation at an international level, and how to collaborate with foreign CSOs, as well as which legal aspects of Russian law need to be considered when working at an international level.

In addition, teachers of the course will describe the specifics of international cooperation and how to communicate with partners and business, the opportunities of competitions for grants at an international level, and criteria for successful bidding. There will be practical sessions with representatives of CSOs with experience of successful work on international projects, and with representatives of grant-giving organisations.

The course is open free of charge to members of socially oriented CSOs who have experience of practical work of not less than one year. To apply you must complete the form attached here.

No more than two members of any one CSO will be accepted on the course. If there are more applicants than spaces, the organisers will select participants on the basis of their motivation as expressed in their application, answers to the questions and published information about the activities of their CSO.

The course will be on-line, for two months – from 29 October to 22 December 2021. Project results will be presented at the end of January 2022. The course will take place within the scope of the partner educational programme “The School of Development of International Competence of CSOs”, founded by The Consulting Association, the Association of the “National Network of the UN Global Compact” and representatives of Russian business. 

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