Sectors: Citizenship, Education - Training, Human Rights, Youth
Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations
Regions: European Union
Category: Call for proposals
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* The following Erasmus + Programme countries are eligible:
– EU Member States;
– The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries, which form part of the European Economic Area (EEA): Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway;
– Candidate countries for which a pre-accession strategy has been established, in accordance with the general principles and general terms and conditions laid down in the framework agreements concluded with those countries with a view to their participation in EU Programmes: North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Turkey.
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Responsible: Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
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Erasmus+ – European Youth Together – 2020
Funds for: promoting young people’s participation in European civic life as well as cross- border exchanges and mobility activities
Priorities and funded actions:
* Creating networks promoting regional partnerships, to be run in close cooperation with young people from across Europe (Erasmus+ programme countries);
* Supporting initiatives from at least five youth organisations from five different eligible Erasmus+ programme countries to share their ideas about the EU, encourage wider civic participation and help foster a sense of European citizenship.
* Supporting promotion and development of more structured cooperation, online and offline, between different youth organisations to build or strengthen partnerships focusing on solidarity and inclusive democratic participation of all against a backdrop of the backlashes on socio-economic structures and in line with youth goals numbers 3, 4 and 10;
* Supporting youth organisations involved in initiatives to encourage young people to participate in the democratic process and in society by organising trainings, showcase commonalities among young Europeans and encourage discussion and debate on their connection to the EU, its values and democratic foundations, including by providing a meaningful voice to youth in the framework of the Covid-19 recovery process;
* Promoting participation of under-represented groups of young people in politics, youth organisations and other civil society organisations by engaging vulnerable and socio- economic disadvantaged youth; new ways to empower youth organisations in dealing with the Covid-19 crisis and its aftermath, by supporting innovative ways of cooperation and network creation, development and management. Indicatively, this could include enhancing collaboration between youth organisations in a digital context through and by non-formal learning and organisational models including alternative modes of exchanges and mutual aid.
* The promotion of EU Youth Goals #3 ‘Inclusive Societies’
* The promotion of EU Youth Goals #4 ‘Information and Constructive Dialogue’
* The promotion of EU Youth Goals #10 ‘Sustainable and Green Europe’
Amongst financed activities
* Mobility activities including large scale exchanges between young people, including (but not restricted to) networking and non-formal or informal training opportunities, support and preparation of activities online and the development of projects by young people;
* Activities facilitating access and participation of youth in EU policy activities relevant to young people;
* Exchanges of experience and good practice; networking and partnerships with other youth organisations; participation in meetings, seminars or online fora with other stakeholders and/or policy-makers also with a view to increasing policy impact on target groups, sectors and/or systems;
* Initiatives and events for developing European NGO/Civil Society organisations/EU-wide networks;
* Awareness-raising, information, dissemination and promotion activities (seminars, workshops, campaigns, meetings, public debates, consultations, etc.) on EU policy priorities in the field of youth.
* This call for proposals is an open call for proposals
* Initial duration of the action: between 9 and 24 months
– Proposals may be submitted by applicants which are a non-profit organisation working in the field of youth (Youth NGO) established in an Erasmus+ Programme Country.
– The following organisations can take part in the proposals as partners:
> Non-profit organisations (private or public) and NGOs (including European Youth NGOs) working in the field of Youth;
> Public authorities (national, regional, local); established in an Erasmus+ Programme Country.
– The minimum partnership composition requirement for this call is at least 5 partners/organisations (including the applicant) from 5 different countries eligible for participation in the Erasmus+ programme. Applying organisations should demonstrate their capacity to ensure a good geographical balance in terms of partners from different parts of the Erasmus+ Programme Countries. This means a balanced partnership distribution across eligible countries where partners come from different areas East, West, North and South across Europe.
– The following Erasmus + Programme countries are eligible:
> EU Member States;
> The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries, which form part of the European Economic Area (EEA): Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway;
> Candidate countries for which a pre-accession strategy has been established, in accordance with the general principles and general terms and conditions laid down in the framework agreements concluded with those countries with a view to their participation in EU Programmes: North Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Turkey.