Dept of State Cultural and Educational Small Grants Program; Book Translations Project with the Country of Georgia

Sponsor Deadline: 

Jun 8, 2021

Internal Deadline: 

May 8, 2021


Dept of State Embassy in Tbilisi, Georgia

UI Contact: 

Dept of State Book Translation Program with the Country of Georgia
Search  for Opportunity Number   DOS-GEO-21-002-012521
deadline June 8, 2021

Dept of State US Mission to Georgia Cultural and Educational Small Grants Program
Search   for Opportunity Number  DOS-GEO-21-001-012521
Deadline July 1, 2021

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DOS-GEO-21-002-012521 Book Translation Program:  PAS Public Affairs Section is soliciting proposals to award grants (pending the availability of funds) to the publishing houses and academic institutions to translate books by American authors under the following themes:

  • Public Policy/Civic education: general public policy, also public policy on issues related to the environment, cybersecurity and cyber education, agriculture, health, and education management.
  • Media: media ethics, media management, mass communication, strategic communication, cyber-security and cyber education and related topics.
  • Economics:  entrepreneurship, business administration, management, economics, and related topics.
  • Rule of Law: international law, intellectual property rights, jury trials, and related topics
  • Basic Education: educational management and administration, curriculum planning and development, educational technology, special education and education related topics.
  • Literature (fiction considered only if covering the following topics): - civic education, civil society, ethnic, minority and women’s equality, conflict resolution, basic education, environment, free flow of information, human rights, public education and advocacy, rule of law.