Call: Daphne call - Action grants to support transnational projects on the elimination of corporal punishment for children
Rights, Equality and Citizenship
|Type of Fund||Action programme|
|Description of programme |
"Rights, Equality and Citizenship"
The general objective of the Programme shall be to contribute, in accordance with Article 4 of the Treaty on the EU (TEU), to the further development of an area where equality and the rights of persons as enshrined in the TEU, in the Treaty of the Functioning of the EU (TFEU), in the Charter of fundamental rights of the EU and in the international human rights conventions to which the Union has acceded, are promoted, protected and effectively implemented.
To achieve the general objective, the Programme has the following specific objectives:
Amongst others, the specific objectives shall be pursued through:
|Description of programme |
The Daphne III programme aims to contribute to the protection of children, young people and women against all forms of violence and attain a high level of health protection, well-being and social cohesion. Its specific objective is to contribute to the prevention of, and the fight against all forms of violence occurring in the public or the private domain, including sexual exploitation and trafficking of human beings.
It aims to take preventive measures and provide support and protection for victims and groups at risk.
Daphne call - Action grants to support transnational projects on the elimination of corporal punishment for children
|Description of call |
"Daphne call - Action grants to support transnational projects on the elimination of corporal punishment for children"
The aim of this call is to prevent and combat violence in the form of corporal punishment against children and to protect child victims of such violence. The priority of the call is to contribute to the elimination of corporal punishment of children. This call is addressed to organisations registered in EU Member States that have already enacted a total prohibition on the corporal punishment of children and aims to support prohibition in law with the necessary flanking measures. Projects under this priority must fully engage governments in multi-agency action. Projects must include a qualitative assessment component to measure the impact of project activities with a view to disseminating information on what works more widely in the EU.
|Thematic Focus||Education, European Citizenship, Equal Rights, Capacity Building, Youth, Human Rights|
|Funding area|| EU Member States
Iceland / Ísland
|Select Origin of Applicant|| EU Member States |
Iceland / Ísland
|Eligible applicants||International Organization, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, SMEs (between 10 and 249 employees), Microenterprises (fewer than 10 employees), NGO / NPO, National Government, Enterprise (more than 250 employees or not defined), Public Services|
|Applicant details|| |
Applicants and partners must be legally constituted public or private organisations, or international organisations. Bodies set up by the European Union falling under Article 208 of the Financial Regulations (EU bodies and institutions) are not eligible for funding and cannot submit applications. They can be associated with an application, but their costs will not be co-financed.
Only legally constituted organisations can participate. Natural persons (private individuals) are not allowed to submit applications. The applicant must be non-profit-oriented. Bodies and organisations which are profit-oriented shall have access to grants only as partners.
‘Non-profit organisation’ can be:
|Project Partner Details|| |
The application must involve organisations from at least three participating countries (applicant and co-applicants);
Projects must be transnational and should be elaborated in partnership with and/or be led by key players, such as ministries and/or agencies responsible for children (e.g. ministries for children, education, health, child protection agency, social affairs), child rights organisations, children's ombudspersons and national human rights institutes for children, etc. Furthermore, one public authority per participating country must either be involved in the project (as applicant or partner) or express in writing its support to the application.
|Project duration max||24 months|
|Financial details|| |
The EU grant applied for cannot be lower than 75 000 €. There is no upper limit;
Maximum possible rate of EU co-financing of the eligible costs: 80%.