Robert Bosch Senior Fellow bei The Brookings Institution

The Brookings Foreign Policy program is accepting applications for a new position: the Robert Bosch (Senior) Fellow will conduct research on a range of issues shaping U.S. foreign policy and cooperation with transatlantic partners. Place of work will be in Washington, D.C.

Sustainably Committed - Qualification and Networking of Voluntary Involvement in Refugee Work

We support initiatives and projects that promote a systematic and sustainable structuring of the commitment to refugee work.

START - Create Cultural Change

We support young cultural managers from Greece who want to launch cultural initiatives that strengthen social cohesion in their local peripheries. Also, the program calls for German cultural centers and initiatives that are interested in offering a possible work station to Greek cultural managers. Apply through May 31.

Academy Robert Bosch Fellowships at Chatham House

Chatham House in London hosts Fellows from among the countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia in partnership with the Robert Bosch Stiftung. The Academy Robert Bosch Fellowship at Chatham House is intended to provide an opportunity for the next generation of scholars from the region to develop their skills and understanding of critical issues facing their countries. Through May 31, 2017.

Get Together! Strengthening Dialog between Refugees and Local Communities

We support pilot projects that initiate on-site meetings between local populations and refugees on an equal footing. Initiatives from communities with up to 100.000 citizens or structurally weak areas are eligible to apply for funding.

Diversity Workshop. Projects for a Lively Community

Young people in Germany are growing up in a society that is as colorful and diverse as never before. Contact between people from different social, cultural, or religious circles is of key importance to mutual understanding and social cohesion. This is where the “Diversity Workshop” projects come into play. Apply through September 15.

European Foundations‘ Initiative on Dementia (EFID)

EFID launched a new call for awards "Valuing the expertise of people living with dementia". The goal is to promote, make known and disseminate projects aiming at creating the conditions and the opportunities for listening to people with dementia, valuing their expertise and empowering them as individuals. Apply through May 28.


We support the Elmar-Tophoven-Mobility-Fund that is targeted at literary translators with the language combination French and German. The fund sponsors international work stays and provides financial resources for events that present the translators's projects.

Our Common Future

The goal of Our Common Future is to give teachers and students the ability to actively discover the latest findings in sustainability research. At the same time, the students become acquainted with university courses related to sustainability. Through November 30, 2017.

Campaigns for an Open Society

The projects supported are those that strengthen social cohesion and the feeling of unity; advocate for tolerance, diversity, and democracy; and take a stance against political radicalization and hate. These could be stand-alone events as well as series of events and multiple-week campaigns.

Exchange Program for German and French Young Journalists

We invite young journalists from France, Germany, and another country to seminars and offer them internships in a German or French editorial office. Media companies and journalism schools can suggest eligible candidates, a direct application is not possible.

Funding for Projects in the Field of Peace and Conflict Transformation

We support projects and initiatives that seek to transform and reshape conflicts and thus contribute to peace-keeping. We are particularly eager to support projects that make it possible to transfer good practice from one region or target group to another. Grant applications will be accepted throughout the year.

Yallah! Dedicated Young Muslims

We support projects carried out by young Muslims and creative ideas that show just how diverse "our Islam" is in Germany. Projects and initiatives conducted by young Muslims between 16 and 30 years of age who want to change something in their living environment can now apply for funding. The young people should apply as well as organize and carry out the projects themselves.