Call: Action grants to support transnational projects aiming to build capacity for professionals in child protection systems and legal professionals representing children in legal proceedings
|Description of programme |
"Fundamental Rights and Citizenship"
The Fundamental Rights and Citizenship programme aims to promote the development of a European society based on respect for fundamental rights and rights derived from citizenship of the European Union.
The focus of the Fundamental Rights and Citizenship programme is:
|Link||Link to Programme|
Action grants to support transnational projects aiming to build capacity for professionals in child protection systems and legal professionals representing children in legal proceedings
|Description of call |
"Action grants to support transnational projects aiming to build capacity for professionals in child protection systems and legal professionals representing children in legal proceedings"
This call for proposals will support capacity building for professionals in child protection systems and legal professionals/practitioners representing children in judicial proceedings, by promoting good practices in the development of training modules grounded in EU and international standards and in rolling out training in the participating countries. Priority will be given to projects that focus on or explicitly include a majority of children from vulnerable groups.
All projects should not only develop a sound methodology using recognized existing good practice or tried and tested intervention models, but also consist of a large proportion of concrete and practical delivery to the specific target groups identified, ultimately to improve children's experience of the judicial and child protection systems. All projects under this call must be aligned with Article 24 of the Charter of fundamental rights of the EU and the UN Convention on the rights of the child (UNCRC) and pay particular attention to implementation of Article 12 UNCRC.
This call will fund activities for three priorities focusing on different types of target groups:
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|Thematic Focus||Children & Youth, Education & Training, Capacity Building, Cooperation Networks, Institutional Cooperation, Equal Rights, Human Rights, People with Disabilities, Social Inclusion|
|Funding area|| EU Member States
Iceland / Ísland
|Origin of Applicant|| EU Member States |
Iceland / Ísland
|Eligible applicants||International Organization, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, SMEs (between 10 and 249 employees), NGO / NPO, National Government, Enterprise (more than 250 employees or not defined), Public Services, Other|
|Applicant details|| |
Applicants and partners must be legally constituted public or private organisations, or international organisations. The applicant must be a non-profit organisation.
Bodies and organisations which are profit-oriented shall have access to grants only as partners.
‘Non-profit organisation’ can be:
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The application must be transnational and involve organisations from at least four participating countries (applicant and co-applicants).
|Project duration max||24 months|
The EU grant requested cannot be lower than100 000 €. There is no upper limit.
Maximum rate of EU co-financing is 80% of the eligible costs.
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