Bolstering Security and Defense
ID: 351773Type: Posted


U.S. Mission to Luxembourg (DOS-LUX)

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$3K - $15K

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    Forecast Posted Not available
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    Posted Jan 11, 2024 12:00 AM
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    Due May 5, 2024 12:00 AM

The U.S. Mission to Luxembourg, under the category of "Bolstering Security and Defense," is offering a grant opportunity through the Smith-Mundt Public Diplomacy Funds. This grant aims to strengthen bilateral ties between the United States and Luxembourg. The grant is open to various organizations, including non-governmental organizations, think tanks, government institutions, academic institutions, and individuals. The grant requires programs that raise awareness and support for U.S.-Luxembourg defense cooperation, counter disinformation and misinformation, promote media literacy, enhance information sharing and cooperation in law enforcement and intelligence, and address global challenges through strong global alliances. All programs must engage Luxembourg audiences and include a U.S. element or connection with U.S. experts. The grant has an award ceiling of $15,000 and an award floor of $3,000. The deadline for applications is May 5, 2024. For more information and to apply, visit the U.S. Embassy Luxembourg Funding Opportunities page at

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