Visual with the caption “Training, Global Online Activist Academy - 23 March to 9 April 2023, Online”. On the right are the dark silhouettes of four activists using megaphones and raising placards or their arm in the air. Below are the logos of the Activist Academy, IGLYO, the EU and the Dutch Ministry of Culture and Education. The visual invites readers to apply on

How to apply?


Please follow the steps below to apply for the Global Online Activist Academy 2023:

  1. Read through the full call, and take the time to go thoroughly over this year’s terms and conditions to make sure you and your team-mates comply with the criteria and requirements;
  2. Build your team (you + max 2 team-mates) and come up with a fabulous name for your team. If you are applying alone, think of a great team name for yourself.
  3. Prepare your motivation as a team or individual, thinking of the following questions: Why do you want to participate in the Activist Academy? What are some specific activities/projects/initiatives in which you think you will be able to use the skills you’ll learn during the Academy? How will your participation help you in your activism?
  4. All set? You can now apply for the Global Online Activist Academy 2023 by filling out this application form. If you are applying as a team, each member of your team also needs to submit the application form individually before the deadline.

Deadline for applications: Sunday 26 February, 2023 at 23:59 CEST.

Please note that the spots are limited. We will select participants based on the information you provide in the application form, so make sure to pay attention to your motivation. Selected participants will be informed via email in early March 2023.

If you have any questions regarding the Academy, please email Tudor at, or Brian at

Good luck!

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