PROGRAMME PREVENTION OF AND FIGHT AGAINST CRIME 2007 – 2013
ACTION GRANTS 2013
Targeted Call for Proposals: Illegal use of Internet – INT
Priorities of the call
- supporting the co-operation between experts and law enforcement authorities on understanding and combating cybercrimes, such as cyber attacks, fraud online, identity theft and related crime, and illegal trade on the Internet;
- actions establishing standard forms for law enforcement requests to the private sector and vice versa;
- co-operation to develop and exchange efficient methods of combating terrorism, racist and xenophobic content on the Internet, including content inciting minors.
This also includes:
- preventing and fighting sexual exploitation of children and on line sexual exploitation and abuse of children, including prevention of recidivism, identification of child victims through pornographic materials;
- identification of offenders via credit cards as part of the European cybercrime policy;
- enhancing cooperation between law enforcement authorities in the area of fighting child abuse through communication systems;
- generally activities promoting cooperation with the European Cybercrime Centre at Europol, or supporting the Global Alliance against child sexual abuse online.
Eligible countries and eligibility criteria
Applications must be submitted by bodies and organisations with legal personality established in one of the EU Member States.
Bodies and organisations which are profit oriented may have access to grants and may be Applicant organisation/Coordinator only in conjunction with non-profit oriented or state organisations/public entities. Entities established in third countries (including acceding and candidate countries), international organisations and EU Agencies may participate only as Associate Partners on a non cost basis, and are not permitted to submit applications. None of their costs incurred in the project can be eligible for EU co-financing. Transnational projects must involve partners in at least two Member States. In a transnational project, the Applicant organisation/Coordinator must include at least one Co-beneficiary (declaring costs to be EU co-financed) from another EU Member State
The total amount for co-financing of grants foreseen under this Call is € 5.000.000. Project proposals seeking EU co-funding of less than € 100.000 will not be eligible. There is no maximum budget limit but the amount of EU co-financing requested will be assessed with regard to the expected results and the overall project quality. The amount of EU funding requested cannot exceed 90% of the total eligible costs of the action. Contributions in kind are not allowed in the budget.
Applications must be submitted electronically via the PRIAMOS system and must be uploaded by 7 October 2013, 12:00 CET
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