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Strand 1.1 Multi-annual Co-operation Projects
Strand 1.2.1 Co-operation Measures

Legal basis

Call for Proposals EACEA N° 23/2007: Strands 1.1 and 1.2.1

Decision establishing the Culture Programme 2007-2013

Official Journal of the European Union

The Call for Proposals in all official languages of the EU can be found in the Official Journal C 184 of the 07/08/2007:

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Specifications

The Specifications (technical explanations accompanying the Call for proposals for 2008) provide information on the eligibility, selection and award criteria, as well as the financial procedures and the conditions for submitting an application.

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Application File

Applicants are requested to read carefully the Specifications and the Applicant's Guide before completing and submitting their applications.

The application procedure is split into two phases:

  • PHASE I: Submission of proposals (all applicants)
    (deadline: October 31, 2007)
     
  • PHASE II: Submission of additional documents (pre-selected applicants only)
    (deadline: maximum one month following the request of the Executive Agency)


The Application Form consists of three parts and is complemented by an Applicant's Guide.

Part I: Information on the Project – Description
Part II: Information on the Project – Estimated Budget
Part III: Information on the Applicant Organisations

(section III.i) Coordinator ('beneficiary')
(section III.ii) Co-organisers ('co-beneficiaries')

Applicant's Guide

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PHASE I (All applicants)

Application form: (Part I & III)

Update 11/09/2007

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Application form: (Part II)

Update 04/09/2007 (Correction of incorrect Excel formula)

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Attention: the BUDGET form (EXCEL format) contains three worksheets:

  • Worksheet 1 - Estimated budget:
    (comprising of 6 chapters under the Expenditure section and 3 under the Income section)
     
  • Worksheet 2 - Grant calculator:
    Chapter 3 – Costs in connection with conferences, seminars/workshops
    In case your proposal contains activities related to conferences, seminars/workshops, different flat rates are applied for participant days depending upon whether a participant is defined as local (resident in the country where the event takes place) or international (resident in a country which is not the country where the event takes place), and depending upon the location of the event. The amount of the grant as calculated using the grant calculator will be automatically considered under chapter 3 of the expenditure section of the estimated budget and becomes part of the total grant requested. The total grant (chapter 1 of the Income section) is arrived at by adding the grant requested for the remaining chapters (i.e. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6) and the grant as calculated for chapter 3, which in total cannot exceed 50% of the total eligible budget of the project (i.e. chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).
     
  • Worksheet 3 - Reference values:
    a table showing the fixed rates applicable for each of the counties where the event is taking place.

PHASE II (Pre-selected applicants only)

Application form: (Part I & III)

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Supporting documents to be downloaded

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Application form: (Part II)

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Supplementary information

  • Info Days Culture
    Applicants will also have the opportunity to submit questions during the 'Info Days Culture' event, that is jointly organised by the European Commission (DG EAC) and the Executive Agency on September 14, 2007 (venue: Charlemagne Building, 170 rue de la Loi, 1049 Brussels).
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