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Call for proposals for action grants to prevent and combat gender-based violence and violence against children (CERV-2022-DAPHNE)

Im Rahmen des EU-CERV Programms wurden neue Förderaufrufe zu "gender equality and combating gender-based violence" veröffentlicht.

Die Ansprechperson für die Beratung bei Projektideen im Bereich Gleichstellung ist:

Kontaktstelle CERV Deutschland
Stefanie Ismaili-Rohleder
ismaili@kontaktstelle-cerv.de
Tel.: 0228 96500296
www.kontaktstelle-cerv.de

Die englischsprachige Ausschreibung:

Call for proposals for action grants to promote gender equality (CERV-2022-GE)

  • Opened for submission of proposals from 15. December 2021 until 16 March 2022 – 17:00:00 CET, Brussel’s time (deadline for submission)
  • Total budget available for the call: 6.8 million EUR

This 2022 Gender Equality call, supporting the Gender Equality Strategy 2020-2025 aims at:

  • equal participation and representation of women and men in political and economic decision making, and
  • tackling gender stereotypes, including with a focus on youth, and in advertising and the media.

Detailed information on the call and related documents, guidance and other instructions are available in the call page within the Funding & tender opportunities portal (F&T).

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Call for proposals for action grants to prevent and combat gender-based violence and violence against children (CERV-2022-DAPHNE)

  • Opened for submission of proposals from 15. December 2021 until 12. April 2022 – 17:00:00 CET, Brussel’s time (deadline for submission)
  • Total budget available for the call: 30,5 million EUR

Five priorities for the year 2022:

  1. Large-scale and long-term transnational actions to tackle gender-based violence, in particular domestic violence, harmful practices, violence and harassment in the world of work and overcoming gender stereotypes;
  2. Combating and preventing violence linked to harmful practices such as female genital mutilation and forced sterilisation, early and forced marriage and other harmful practices against women and girls;
  3. Primary prevention of gender-based violence, in particular changing social norms and behaviour, in order to end tolerance of all forms of gender-based violence;
  4. Supporting and improving national data collection on violence against children,
  5. Strengthening responses that prevent and support child victims of violence by reinforcing child protection systems at national and local level.

This call for proposal is intended to support the following EU policy strategies:

Detailed information on the call and related documents, guidance and other instructions are available in the call page within the Funding & tender opportunities portal (F&T).

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The F&T also offers a Partner Search service to select an organisation based on their profile or their previous participation. Information on past awarded projects under the 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 similar calls is also available in F&T.

Any further request for information can be addressed to EC-CERV-CALLS@ec.europa.eu