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TOPIC : Firearms trafficking

Topic identifier: ISFP-2018-AG-OC-FIRE
Publication date: 16 October 2018

Types of action: ISFP-AG ISF-Police Action Grant
DeadlineModel:
Opening date:
single-stage
15 November 2018
Deadline: 14 February 2019 17:00:00

Time Zone : (Brussels time)
  Internal Security Fund Police ISFP website
Pillar: Organised crime and human trafficking
Work Programme Year: ISFP-2018
Work Programme Part: Internal Security Fund Police
Topic Description
Scope:

The objective is to fund projects on the fight against trafficking in firearms, to facilitate joint initiatives and operational actions of EU countries associated with third partners, such as South East Europe and Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries; improve expertise in the area of firearms trafficking, in particular by enhancing knowledge, detection, investigation and prosecution at EU level and with key third countries; promote best practices inter alia concerning the defragmentation of the relevant information and intelligence along the firearms trafficking routes to and from the EU; safeguard the EU licit market in the field of firearms trafficking; reduce diversion of firearms into criminal hands in the EU.

Expected results: increase joint initiatives and operational actions on the fight against trafficking in firearms of EU countries associated with third partners.

Detailed objectives and priorities are defined in the call document that is available under the section "Topic conditions and documents" below.

Topic conditions and documents

1.   Eligible countries:

All EU Member States, with the exception of the United Kingdom and Denmark. In duly justified cases, entities established in the following third countries can participate as partners/co-applicants: Ukraine, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, FYROM, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt and Switzerland.

2.   Eligibility and admissibility conditions:

Described in section 5 of the Call document.
      
 

3.   Indicative timetable for evaluation and grant agreement:

Described in section 3 of the Call document.

 

4.   Proposal templates and model grant agreements (MGA):

Standard proposal template
Guide for applicants
M
ulti-beneficiary Model Grant Agreement

Members of consortium are required to conclude a consortium agreement, in principle prior to the signature of the grant agreement.

5.   Additional documents:

ISF Police Annual Work Programme 2018

ISF Police establishment acts: Regulation No 513/2014 and Regulation No 514/2014 

EU Financial Regulation
 


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Type of Action ISFP Action Grant [ISFP-AG]
Topic Firearms trafficking - ISFP-2018-AG-OC-FIRE
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