دعوة للتقدّم NGO-in-Residence

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Open call for Lebanese initiatives, NGOs and associations looking for an affordable office space at Ashkal Alwan, for a period of one year.

تطلق أشكال ألوان دعوة موجّهة للمؤسسات الأهلية والمبادرات والجمعيات اللبنانية الراغبة في تأمين مقرّ إداري بتكلفة خفيضة، وذلك لمدة عام واحد

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مدة الإقامة: عام واحد
Duration: One year residency 
تطلق أشكال ألوان دعوة موجّهة للمؤسسات الأهلية والمبادرات والجمعيات اللبنانية الراغبة في تأمين مقرّ إداري بتكلفة خفيضة، وذلك لمدة عام واحد. تسعى أشكال ألوان من خلال هذه المبادرة للانخراط مع المجتمع المدني في لبنان، من خلال تأمين مكتب إداري بمساحة ٥٠ متر مربع، وذلك بتكلفة خفيضة نسبياً تمثّل مساهمة في إجمالي مصروفات تشغيل الفضاء.

الإقامة مفتوحة للمبادرات الناشئة والجمعيات أو المؤسسات المتعثّرة، التي تحتاج لمقر إداري رخيص الثمن يقع داخل فضاء أشكال ألوان. سوف تتمتع المؤسسة المقيمة بحسم خاص في حال رغبتها في استخدام فضاء أشكال ألوان لأغراض الورشات أو المحاضرات أو الاجتماعات. 

قيمة المساهمة المطلوبة في مصروفات الفضاء هي ٧٠٠ دولار أميركي شهرياً. يمكن أن تتشارك مؤسستان باستخدام هذا الفضاء.

نلتمس من المؤسسات والمبادرات الراغبة في التقدّم، إرسال رسالة المؤسسة وملخّص عن أنشطتها السابقة إلى عنوان 
This call is addressed to Lebanese initiatives, NGOs or associations looking for an affordable office space, for a period of one year. Ashkal Alwan aims to engage with the Lebanese civic society by offering a 50 sqm office space at a subsidised rent.  

The NGO-in-Residence should be a starting initiative or a small-scale association looking for a work space within Ashkal Alwan’s larger shared venue. The NGO-in-Residence will also benefit from special discounts for other Ashkal Alwan spaces, which could be used for holding workshops, lectures, or meetings.

A monthly contribution of $700 towards the overall space utilities will be required. The space can be shared between two organisations.

Please send your mission statement and resumé of activities to .

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