REC and Justice programmes: news on 2018 calls for proposals

Check out the new projects funded following the 2018 calls for proposals under the Justice and REC programmes! We also have some news on the 2018 DAPHNE call for proposals, which closed on 13 November 2018.

 

  • REC programme – 2018 calls for proposals:

Three projects were selected following the call for proposals on capacity-building in the area of rights of the child - putting in place robust national or regional integrated mechanisms to support children ageing out of/leaving alternative care:

  1. Supports: Supporting Children in the delicate phase between adolescence and adulthood while leaving alternative care facilities;
  2. Wings4Youth: Support for young people leaving care through a multi-sectoral approach: an integrated model of support for the strengthening of the care system in Romania and Bulgaria; and
  3. Caring: Empowering Child Care Systems and Supporting Leaving Care from Inside

Abstracts of these projects have been published on the funding & tender opportunities portal.


The following projects were selected following the call for proposals to improve the inclusion of mobile EU citizens and their political and societal participation and to support and enhance the democratic participation of mobile EU citizens, particularly in underrepresented groups:

  1. TC2019: Transeuropa Caravans 2019: the roads to European democracy;
  2. EnVision: EffectiVe Social Integration Of mobile EU citizeNs;
  3. EMY: Empowerment of Mobile Youth in the EU; and
  4. EUReKA: A Key Access to EU Rights.

Abstracts of these projects will be published on the funding & tender opportunities portal (click on the call, then on ‘Topic conditions and documents’ and scroll down to the ‘Additional documents’ section).


News on the closed 2018 DAPHNE call on preventing and combating gender-based violence and violence against children:

213 proposals are being evaluated, as follows: 

priority 1 – 95 proposals; 

priority 2 – 46 proposals;

priority 3 – 19 proposals;

priority 4 – 26 proposals;

priority 5 – 27 proposals.

Number of inadmissible/ineligible proposals: 5

Number of withdrawn proposals: 1 

 

Applicants should be informed of the results of the evaluation via the funding & tenders portal by the end of April 2019.


  • Justice programme – 2018 calls for proposals:

The following projects were selected following the restricted call to members of the European Judicial Network in civil and commercial matters and to national authorities, courts and professional associations:

  1. A strong Belgian EJN: A strong Belgian EJN for an optimal EU awareness of Belgian judges
  2. CB and RA – PT: Capacity‑Building and Research Activities for judges and legal PracTitioners;
  3. CLUE : Connaître la législation de l’Union européenne par le RJECC;
  4. CRONET-EJN: Establishing and strengthening a Croatian national network under the EJN in civil and commercial matters;
  5. Civil law matters – development of the national judicial network in civil law matters with focus on practical operation of EU law;
  6. FIN2018: Strengthening of the Finnish National Network; and
  7. Network EU civil law: strengthening the Dutch expert group on EU civil law.

Abstracts of these projects will be published on the funding & tender opportunities portal (click on the call, then on ‘Topic conditions and documents’ and scroll down to the ‘Additional documents’ section).


If you are interested in other topics, you can find all the calls for proposals that have been published since 2015 in the funding & tenders portal (click here for the Justice programme and here for the REC programme). To see the summaries of the selected projects, click on a specific call, then on ‘Topic conditions and documents’ and scroll down to the ‘Additional documents’ section.