The 2009 call for proposals is now closed. The deadline for applications was 31/08/2009.
In total, 207 applications were received. Applicants have been notified by e-mail of the reception of their application. Among the applications, 134 were for promoting health-enhancing physical activity, 63 for promoting education and training in sport, 32 for promoting European fundamental values by encouraging sport for persons with disabilities and 26 for promoting gender equality in sport. Some projects included several priorities.
The following provisional timetable is foreseen:
September/October 2009: Evaluation and selection of proposals
October/November 2009: Decision taken by the Commission to award grants and communication of the results to applicants in writing
November/December 2009: Sending of grant agreements for signature
Between 01/12/2009 and 31/03/2010: Projects will startBy 31 March 2011: Projects will end.
The 2009 call for proposals serves to implement the 2009 Preparatory Action in the field of sport. The main objective of the Preparatory Action is to prepare future EU actions in this field, on the basis of priorities set in the White Paper on Sport. This call for proposals will support transnational projects put forward by public bodies or civil society organisations in order to identify and test suitable networks and good practices in the field of sport.
The Commission department responsible for implementation and management of this action is the Sport Unit of the Directorate-General for Education and Culture.
Texts relating to the call for proposals (EAC/21/2009)
- Full text of the call for proposals (Technical Specifications):
- Application form:
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