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The 1st Call for Proposals of the Urban Innovative Actions
Initiative is open until 31st March 2016.
The main objective of the 1st Call for Proposals is to
select projects testing bold and unproven ideas on the following topics:
More information here.
Schools planning to apply for Erasmus+ funding in 2016 can
benefit from tailored information and support to increase your chances of
making a successful application. This includes live Q&A webinars:
Key Action 1 Mobility
The deadline for applications is 2 February, so there is still
time to benefit from the final webinar on Thursday 21
January when National Agency staff will be online answering your questions. To
register, click the link below:
Thursday 21 January 15.30 to 17.00
To complement the Q&A, there are pre-recorded webinars that you can view at
any time. These give an overview on school mobility and advice on completing the application form.
Key Action 2
partnership projects, the deadline is 31 March 2016. There are two types of
project: school-only, and between schools and organisations active in school
education. More information is on our apply for funding webpage.
Booking is now open for Key Action 2 Q&A webinars running 9 February 16
March: register for your preferred date via the list on our webinars page.
Application guidance and pre-recorded webinars will be online by the end of
Funding is available for European production companies with proven experience and interested in developing a video game concept or project presenting:
- Originality, innovative and creative value, cultural diversity and an enhanced portrayal of Europe's cultural identity and heritage, compared to existing mainstream works
- Commercial ambition and extensive cross-border potential to reach European and international markets
- Concept (to the point that the concept is realised) and project (from concept to playable prototype) development of commercial video games.
Further information here. Deadline is 3rd March 2016.
for the 2 strands of the Europe for Citizens programme have
now been announced and are outlined below. There are 4 priority areas in
each strand, and applicants need to select one of these.
Strand 1: European Remembrance
Commemorations of major historical turning points in recent European history
- Civil society and civic participation under totalitarian regimes
- Ostracism and loss of citizenship under totalitarian regimes: drawing the lessons for today
- Democratic transition and accession to the European Union
2: Democratic engagement and civic participation
Understanding and Debating Euroscepticism
- Solidarity in times of crisis
- Combatting stigmatisation of "immigrants" and building counter narratives to foster intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding
- Debate on the future of Europe
The next deadline is 1st March 2016. Further information here.
The call is still open for cities and civil society in Europe to address urgent and long-term challenges by co-creating ideas and projects.
Three call topics have been identified:
- Concepts and strategies for smart urban transformation, growth and shrinkage
- New dynamics of public services
- Inclusive, vibrant and accessible urban communities
Each project proposal must be submitted by a project consortium consisting of at least three eligible applicants from at least three participating countries.
Pre-proposal deadline is mid March with a full proposal deadline of September 2016.
For more details see: www.jpi-urbaneurope.eu
There is no calls currently open in the D2N2 area.