Grant for Innovation in Conflict Transformation

The Berghof Foundation is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organisation, supporting conflict stakeholders and actors in their efforts to achieve sustainable peace through peacebuilding and conflict transformation. Established by Professor Georg Zundel in 1971, the Foundation is to this day owned by members of the Zundel family, who in their roles as shareholders and trustees are committed to the long-term development of the organisation. Based in Germany, the Foundation is run by a diverse team working closely with partners in selected regions. An experienced and international Board of Trustees supports its work.

Who is entitled to apply?
- Organisations (NGO, INGO, CSO, etc.), as well as individuals, may apply.

Is the grant limited to any geographical areas or specific countries?
- There are no geographical restrictions.

Will existing projects also be funded?
- The proposal should not be for supporting or advancing an already existing project, but rather for a new project with a fresh new concept and innovative ideas.

Is there a minimum/maximum amount awarded?
- The maximum grant amount is EUR 75,000 (including all costs).

Are there any limitations concerning the timeline?
- There is no predetermined project duration.

Can one submit more than one proposal?
-It is possible to submit more than one application per organisation/individual.

Youth as change-makers: from conflict actors to peacebuilders

From child soldiers and urban criminal gangs to civil resistance activists in the Arab Spring, youth have become primary drivers of violent and nonviolent conflict alike. But they are also often at the forefront of peacebuilding efforts through their socio-political grassroots engagement for peace, human security or community development.

This year’s Grant for Innovation in Conflict Transformation focuses on the roles and nonviolent strategies by which young people contribute to constructive conflict transformation.

The call encourages the submission of project proposals based on research, education, arts and practice that are complementary to activities carried out by the Berghof Foundation. The projects we seek to fund should empower young people to act as agents of conflict transformation and to become actively engaged as change-makers and motivated peacebuilders.

We are particularly interested in proposals that offer creative ideas and innovative approaches on:
  • Fostering nonviolent strategies and approaches of youth to resist against repression, injustice or foreign occupation
  • Developing applicable youth-specific approaches to post-war reconciliation, conflict transformation and peacebuilding
  • Dealing constructively with youth-related violence and its root causes
  • Strengthening youth organisations as bridge-builders (across borders, ethnic barriers, cultures or social classes)
  • Empowering youth as agents for a culture of peace



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