Europe for Citizens Civil Society Projects Call Open
Part of the Europe for Citizens Programme, the Civil Society Projects strand aims at supporting projects promoted by transnational partnerships and networks directly involving citizens. These projects gather citizens from different horizons, in activities directly linked to Union policies, with a view to give them an opportunity to actively participate in the Union policymaking process in areas related to the objectives of the Programme.
A Civil Society Project must include at least two of the following types of activities:
Promotion of societal engagement and solidarity: activities promoting debate/campaigns/actions on themes of common interest in the framework of the rights and responsibilities of the Union citizens and making the link to the European political agenda and policy making process.
Gathering of opinions: activities aiming at gathering the individual opinions of the citizens favouring a bottom up approach (including the use of social networks, webinars, etc.) and media literacy.
Volunteering: activities promoting solidarity among Union citizens and beyond.
Eligible applicants are non-profit organisations, including civil society organisations, educational, cultural or research institutions, other organisations involved in the project can also be public local/regional authorities.
A project must involve organisations from at least three participating countries of which at least two are an EU Member State.
The maximum eligible grant for a Civil Society Project is €150,000 from a total budget of €3.7 million.
The deadline for applications is 2 September 2019.
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