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CALL FOR PROPOSALS for Sport as a tool for integration and social inclusion of refugees

closed
Deadline 7/6/2018
EAC/S16/2018
Published 12 Apr 2018

Background

The potential of sport as a tool for social inclusion has now been well documented. Consequently the opportunities that sport projects provide to support social inclusion of refugees in host communities are more and more exploited in many EU Member States.

As sport is one of the tools that might be used for the successful integration of refugees, local sport projects in particular may have an increasing role in trying to facilitate refugees' integration into new communities.

Across the European Union, at Member States' level or within European Union programmes, a wide range of initiatives have been taken and innovative projects are already being implemented.

This pilot project is a contribution to this effort and to a better integration of refugees through sport.

Submission

Two requirements apply before starting your application:

  1. Applicants must have an EU Login (European Commission Authentication Service) account.
    If you already have an EU Login account, you may use it, if not, click here to create an EU Login account. The user manual to help you create a EU login is available here.
    When you have created your EU Login account, please return to this page. 
  2. Applicants should be registered in the Participant Portal.
    Applicants who already have a PIC (Participant Identification Code) should use it. Otherwise, click here to register in the Participant Portal and obtain a PIC. The user manual of the Participant Portal is available here.

Once the two steps above are completed, applicants can apply by using exclusively the online application form. The user manual of the application form is available here.

A linguistic guide to the application form is now available in German.

Note to applicants:

Please fill in your application form using either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Internet Explorer is not recommended because you may encounter technical problems.
To download Mozilla Firefox, please visit https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/ 
To download Google Chrome, please visit https://www.google.com/chrome/

Documents

The potential of sport as a tool for social inclusion has now been well documented. Consequently the opportunities that sport projects provide to support social inclusion of refugees in host communities are more and more exploited in many EU Member States.

As sport is one of the tools that might be used for the successful integration of refugees, local sport projects in particular may have an increasing role in trying to facilitate refugees' integration into new communities.

Across the European Union, at Member States' level or within European Union programmes, a wide range of initiatives have been taken and innovative projects are already being implemented.

This pilot project is a contribution to this effort and to a better integration of refugees through sport.

Submission

Two requirements apply before starting your application:

  1. Applicants must have an EU Login (European Commission Authentication Service) account.
    If you already have an EU Login account, you may use it, if not, click here to create an EU Login account. The user manual to help you create a EU login is available here.
    When you have created your EU Login account, please return to this page. 
  2. Applicants should be registered in the Participant Portal.
    Applicants who already have a PIC (Participant Identification Code) should use it. Otherwise, click here to register in the Participant Portal and obtain a PIC. The user manual of the Participant Portal is available here.

Once the two steps above are completed, applicants can apply by using exclusively the online application form. The user manual of the application form is available here.

A linguistic guide to the application form is now available in German.

Note to applicants:

Please fill in your application form using either Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Internet Explorer is not recommended because you may encounter technical problems.
To download Mozilla Firefox, please visit https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/ 
To download Google Chrome, please visit https://www.google.com/chrome/