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European Funding Overview

The European Union offers several funding opportunities in the fields of activity of the European Samaritan organisations.

In the following, we offer information about the European programmes and funding opportunities in the 2014-2020 funding period.

It is focused on those European programmes which may be interesting for all the Samaritan organizations. We also offer an overview of recommendation for projects cycle management that could lead you in the stages of implementation of your projects.

European Programmes Key words Next deadline
Erasmus Plus 2014-2020 Exchange between volunteers;Cooperation for innovation;Lifelong learning;Exchange of good practices;Capacity Building in the field of youth. Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Capacity Building in the field of youth – EAC/S11/13 – Round 2 02/09/2014 – 12:00(CET/CEST)
Europe for citizens 2014-2020 Democratic engagement and civic participation;Civil society projects;Democratic engagement andand civic partecipation Civil society projects Planned 01/09/2014 – 12:00 (CET/CEST)
The Commission’s European Community Humanitarian Office ECHO Support victims of crises and natural disasters;Provide food aid and support to displaced persons;Support the actions of recovery following a crisis Next relevant calls will be published in the next months
Cohesion policy 2014-2020
Third Health Programme 2014-2020 Support national health policies;Promotion of good health;Promote equity and solidarity Next relevant calls will be published in the next months
Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) social inclusion;social protection;social innovation;Development and expansion of social enterprises, Call for Proposals VP/2014/008 Call for proposals for social policy innovations supporting reforms in social services
Interreg Europe 2014-2020 Social inclusion;lifelong learning;Protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency. the next calls will be published in early 2015