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2013 Preparatory Action: European Partnership on Sports (open call for proposals EAC/S03/2013)

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2013 Preparatory Action: European Partnership on Sports (open call for proposals EAC/S03/2013)

 This call for proposals will support transnational projects put forward by public bodies or not-for-profit organisations in order to identify and test suitable networks and good practices in the field of sport, in three following areas:

(1) Strengthening of good governance and dual careers in sport through support for the mobility of volunteers, coaches, managers and staff of non-profit sport organisations.
(2) Protecting athletes, especially the youngest, from health and safety hazards by improving training and competition conditions.
(3) Promoting traditional European sports and games.

Area 1: Strengthening of good governance and dual careers in sport through support for the mobility of volunteers, coaches, managers and staff of non-profit  sport organizations

Priority actions

The call for proposals will support transnational projects focusing on learning mobility  arrangements between organisations in the fields of good governance and dual careers in  sport. The aim of the mobility arrangements is to increase skills and employability of  people involved. Mobility arrangements should be part of a strategy or policy of the  organisations involved and based on an agreement for (further) cooperation between  organisations.  Specific training, sharing of on-the-job experience, exchanges of staff/volunteers or a  combination of these tools should be part of the mobility arrangements.

Indicative number of projects: 4 – 7. Indicative amount: € 1,35 million.

Minimum size of the network: partners from at least five (5) EU Member States.

Area 2: Protecting athletes, especially the youngest, from health and safety hazards  by improving training and competition conditions.

Priority actions:

Sport organisations and sport-related organisations are encouraged to look at how  training and competition conditions can be improved from within. EU action in this field  should enable actors in the field to learn from each other, across borders and across  boundaries between sporting disciplines. The output of such collaborations could be  training modules, teaching materials, new technical standards, conferences and other  published output which can be shared with the entire field across the EU and across a  wide spectrum of sport. The call for proposals will support transnational projects aiming at the promotion of  injury prevention and safety and security measures, including the exchange of  information and good practice and/or common education/training initiatives and/or the  development of standards.

Indicative number of projects: 3 – 5. Indicative amount: € 0.8 million.

Minimum size of the network: partners from at least five (5) EU Member States.

Area 3: Promoting traditional European sports and games

Priority actions

The call for proposals aims to test how European networking may contribute to  counteracting the challenges experienced by traditional European sports and games (e.g.  attraction of wider audiences; development of Europe’s diverse cultural and sporting  heritage).  The call for proposals will support transnational projects aiming at the exchange of  information and good practice and/or common education/training initiatives and/or  models/standards of good practice. Outputs may include conferences, training seminars  and training camps, teaching materials, etc.

Indicative number of projects: 2 – 4. Indicative amount: € 0.5 million.

Minimum size of the network: partners from at least five (5) EU Member States.

Eligible criteria  

Eligible applicants are limited to

— Public bodies;

— Not-for-profit organisations.

Applicants must

— Have a legal status;

— Have their registered head offices in one of the EU Member States.

Natural persons may not submit applications under this call for proposals.

The deadline for submission of proposals is 19 July 2013.

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3 Comments

  1. […] 2013 Preparatory Action: European Partnership on Sports (open call for proposals EAC/S03/2013) This call for proposals will support transnational projects put forward by public bodies or not-for-pr…  […]

  2. Hello, should you be looking for partners, we are organising a meeting in Portugal: http://tonetaproject.wordpress.com/2013/04/16/save-the-date-meeting-in-guimaraes-17-18-may/

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