To support cultural, audio-visual and cross-sectorial projects that aim to facilitate the integration of refugees into European communities by fostering respect and understanding for diversity, democratic values and citizenship, intercultural dialogue , tolerance and respect for other cultures.
Projects that can:
This call has attracted a significantly higher number of applications than anticipated. The timetable included in the Guidelines has therefore had to be modified. The new timetable is as follows:
We apologise for the inconvenience this will cause applicants. The budget for this call is 1.6 million euro.
This page was updated on 10/08/2016
An estimated budget of 1,6 million EURO is available for cofinancing up to 80% of the total eligible budget.
8-12 projects will be selected. The minimum grant is 100.000€ and the maximum is 200.00€
The maximum duration of a project is 24 months.
Applications that fall outside this funding framework will not be considered.
Eligible projects are implemented by creative partnerships that will involve a project leader and at least two other partners (having their legal seat in at least two different countries taking part in the Culture sub-programme of Creative Europe).The project leader and at least one of the partners must be active in the cultural and creative sectors. The additional partners may be active in relevant sectors such as the public, social, healthcare, educational spheres or any other field that could support the integration of refugees.Only proposals involving legal entities established in the following countries are eligible to participate as Project Leader:
1. The 28 Member States of the European Union,2. The EFTA/EEA countries: Iceland and Norway,3. EU candidate countries: Turkey, Albania, Serbia, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,4. Potential candidate: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Individuals may not apply for a grant.
Before starting your application:1. Read the call for proposals, the Guidelines and the Guide for applicants carefully2. Applicants must have an ECAS (European Commission Authentication Service) account. If you already have an ECAS account, you may use this, if not, create an ECAS account. When you have created your ECAS account, return to this page.3. Each organisation involved in your project must register in the Participants’ portal and receive a Participant Identification Code (PIC). The PIC will be requested in the application form. To access the Participants’ portal, you will need your ECAS username and password.
You are now ready to start the application process: 1. Create your official electronic application form, also called the eForm. To create your eForm, you will be asked to go through the following steps, without interruption: a. Select the funding opportunity.b. Select a language option.c. Select the organisation(s) participating in your proposed activity.d. Create the application eForm.e. Save the application eForm to your local computer or network drive.f. Fill in the e-form and save regularly.Completing your application:1. Don’t forget to also complete the compulsory annexes to the eForm2. Once you have completed the eForm and the annexes, validate it. This triggers an automatic check that informs you your application form is complete. If it is, you can submit it online.3. When you have submitted your application online, you should receive a confirmation email and reference number. If not, contact the helpdesk.
All applications are evaluated on the basis of eligibility, exclusion, selection and award criteria.The award criteria concern:
Once selected, you will be contacted by the Agency EACEA in order to finalise and receive a grant agreement detailing the conditions and level of funding.
For further information and assistance, please contact your Creative Europe deskFor very specific questions, please Contact EACEA: EACEA-REFUGEE-INTEGRATION-PROJECTS@ec.europa.euFor technical problems, please contact the Helpdesk by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)For details about all conditions and specific rules for participation, please read carefully the specific guidelines for this action (link to the guidelines).
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