The BRaVE Fair is the main event of the 3-year BRaVE project, funded by H2020. The BRaVE Fair aims to bring together European prevention projects working for diversity and democracy in the fields of arts and sports - including the winners of the BRaVE Award! This event offers projects the opportunity to share their experiences, present and discuss their work. The Fair wants to support projects, build new networks and give the opportunity to go into direct exchange and find inspiration for their own work based on best-practice projects.
This awaits you at the Fair
- Exciting program with international stakeholders
- Panel discussion with European best-practice projects
- Workshops on current topics in prevention work, such as gender & extremism, the role of Social Media and socio-economic factors of radicalisation
- Time and space for exchange
Click here for the detailed Program.
If you have any questions about the registration and the program, please contact Stefanie Ritter.
BRaVE Award Ceremony on 19th of november 2020
Many projects from all across Europe have applied for the BRaVE Award in spring 2020. All projects involving youth (children, adolescents or young adults) and working in the field of sports or art to prevent polarisation and violent extremism were invited to apply. Numerous projects which aim to foster resilience towards such phenomena among young people and to engage in interreligious dialogue submitted their application.
A panel of experts has then chosen 15 innovative projects from Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany, Kosovo, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia and Spain to be nominated for the Award. And on November 19, the time for the ceremony had come: Build Solid Grounds from Slovakia, Jamal al-Khatib - Mein Weg from Austria and Breath in Break Out from Germandy received the BRaVE Award, which is endowed with 10,000 euros in project funding. The BRaVE Innovation Award went to the project Loulu and the winners of the People's Choice Award, Klanggerüst e.V. from Erfurt, received project funding of 1,000 euros. We congratulate all winners and nominees of the award. You can find the video of the award ceremony here.
BRaVE Award: Call for applications
The BRaVE project invites proposals from innovative projects involving youth (whether children, adolescents, or young adults) in the field of Sports and the Arts, working on preventing polarisation and violent extremism and building resilience towards such phenomena. Submitted projects will be judged by a panel of experts and take part in a public online vote, with the top three chosen projects given funding of €10.000 each and support by the BRaVE Project to pilot their work.
This is what you have to do:
- Shoot a short 2-3 minutes video presenting your project.
- Read the terms and conditions, fill out the application form
- send your submission until 15th of july to Brave@eui.eu
and compete for the chance to secure project funding of up to €10.000.