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The Tilenga MOOC aims at identifying potential recruits that will join the TotalEnergies EP Uganda training programme. It also helps recruits be mobilized in order to participate in the development of the Tilenga project in Uganda.
The Odyssée program supports residencies of foreign artists, researchers, as well as professionals/professionals who do not reside in France and who wish to develop projects within the network of cultural meeting centers.
The program covers all cultural sectors (live performance, literature, music, architecture, crafts, visual arts, theatre writing, animation, photography, journalism).
For applications for residencies in the artistic and cultural fields, applications must propose projects related to the subject of the selected French cultural meeting centers (CCR). Up to 3 different centers can be chosen as a place of residence.
The Fulbright South African Research Scholar Program (SARSP) is an opportunity for South African university faculty or research institute professionals to conduct research in their field of expertise at a U.S. academic or research institution for a period of 3 to 9 months.
A research grant enables the scholar to perform high-level research at a U.S. educational institution, aimed at strengthening academic programs or curricula at his/her home institution. Applicants need to have a proven track record of productive scholarly research, and publications.
The AFAC Documentary Program supports creative documentary films in the Arab region. The program welcomes submissions of short and medium-length documentaries in production and post-production and features documentary film projects that are in development, production, or post-production phases.
The program provides annual grants of up to fifty thousand U.S. dollars for Production and a maximum of twenty-five thousand U.S. dollars for Post-production grants.
The Creative and Critical Writings grant provides support to critical writings on the arts and culture, theatrical writings, children and youth literature, graphic novels, short stories, poetry, in addition to the online publishing platform. The final product should be in the Arabic language.
If you are an emerging indigenous creator aged 18 to 35 interested in working in film, TV, and digital media then apply now for the CBC New Indigenous Voices Program 2022!
The CBC New Indigenous Voices is a full-time, 14-week online training program for up to 10 Indigenous creators to learn the essential elements of working in the film, TV, as well as digital media industries. Training sessions take place online, culminating in a final podcast project and six-week internship placement. The curriculum is designed with traditional and spiritual elements.
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