Daphne call – Call for proposals – Transnational projects aiming to prevent, inform about and combat violence against women, young people and children linked to harmful practices – Action grants 2014
The priority of the call will be to combat and prevent violence linked to harmful practices, such as female genital mutilation, forced or early marriage or forced sexual relationships, and so-called “honour crimes” committed against women, young people and children.
- promoting an integrated approach, including through the development and rollout of multi-sectorial guides and protocols for child protection system actors and other actors (e.g. health sector, law enforcement, education and childcare, justice,victim support services) in contact with victims or potential victims of harmful practices;
- raising awareness and changing attitudes among relevant communities, including through dialogue, mutual learning and exchange of good practice
Budget under this call for proposals is EUR 4.500.000
The funding under this call is based on the co-financing principle: the grant cannot constitute more than 80% of overall eligible project costs. The beneficiaries should ensure that the outstanding balance is covered from sources other than the EU budget (own resources of beneficiaries, contributions by donors, income generated by the project). The project budget must have revenue and expenditure in balance.
Contributions in kind
Contributions in kind mean the provision of goods or services to a beneficiary(ies) free of charge by a third party. As contributions in kind do not involve any expenditure for a beneficiary(ies) they are not eligible costs.
Deadline for this call for proposals is 3/6/2015 12:00 (noon) CET.