Good news today for anyone considering applying to Europe for Citizens in 2018. The EACEA has published the priorities of the programme for 2018, an important document to study if you are preparing an application for next year.
Have you struggled to understand what what kind of projects will be funded by Europe for Citizens?
- Key dates in 20th century history to be commemorated
- Civil Society and participation under totalitarian regimes
- Anti-semitism, Anti-Gypsyism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance
- Democratic transition and accession to the EU
- Debating the Future of Europe and euroscepticsm
- Promoting solidarity in times of crisis
- Combatting the stigmatisation of migrants and minority groups
- European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018
- European Solidarity Corps
Read the 2018 Work Programme now!