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Author Topic: EU grant program links and deadlines  (Read 834 times)


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EU grant program links and deadlines
« on: February 19, 2016, 12:50:56 PM »
The EU has many large transnational programs aimed at intensifying cooperation between players and networks in different EU countries. Several of these programs offer the possibility to include so-called "third countries". These are countries from outside the EU.

This thread will give links to the for our Newcastles network interesting funding lines. I will try to give a short description with each link and keep adding links over time. If you have a link and description of an EU program not mentioned, please post it here and I will add it to this first post, to keep everything together.

I will link to the English grant pages. Most of the pages and almost all accompanying docs you can also open in different EU languages starting from the English page.

Main grants page from where you can start your individual search

What used to be Culture and Education. A major grant platform with five major programs:
  • Erasmus (education)
  • Creative Europe (Culture)
  • Europe for Citizens (remembrance and civic participation)
  • EU Aid Volunteers
  • Eurydice
A must when searching for EU-wide cooperation projects and funding.

Central Europe and Danube catchment
There are a few program lines that pay attention to Central - South-East Europe especially along the Danube catchment area.

The South East Europe programme.
This program covered the period 2007 - 2014 but has good info on the site. It has been renewed for the 2014 -2020 period in three new strands. Two of them are focused on the Easter Mediterranean countries and less interesting for our Newcastles. For those interrested: the Balkan Mediterranean Programme and the Adratic Ionian Programme   

Danube Transnational Programme 2014 - 2020
This is a completely new and independent line with good funding opportunities for Newcastle cooperation.  A project should involve about four to eight countries with eight to 15 partners. Projects around 1 to 5 mil. Euro average. Two stage application.



« Last Edit: February 19, 2016, 02:30:00 PM by Robert »


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