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A to Z on Funding Programmes - EU & Council of Europe. True or False?. The Council of Europe and the European Union are one and the same thing…. True or False?. The Council of Europe and the European Union are one and the same thing… False... Some differences:

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A to z on funding programmes eu council of europe

A to Z on Funding Programmes - EU & Council of Europe


True or false

True or False?

The Council of Europe and the European Union are one and the same thing…


True or false1

True or False?

  • The Council of Europe and the European Union are one and the same thing…

  • False...

    • Some differences:

      • EU – 27 Member States, CoE – 48 M.S.

      • EU – Focus on economic union, CoE - …on human rights, democracy, etc

      • EU – Can issue sanctions, CoE - ...can’t

      • EU – est. 1958, CoE – est. 1949


True or false2

True or False?

Both the European Union and the Council of Europe give money for youth…


True or false3

True or False?

  • Both the European Union and the Council of Europe give money for youth projects…

  • True...

    • The Youth in Action Programme

    • European Youth Foundation

    • SFYM – Solidarity Fund for Youth Mobility


True or false4

True or False?

The Youth in Action Programme is a programme funded by the European Commission for young people ONLY who are aged between 13 and 30.


True or false5

True or False?

  • The Youth in Action Programme is a programme funded by the European Commission for young people ONLY who are aged between 13 and 30.

  • False...

    • One particular action (4.3) of the YiAProgramme has no age limit… and is targeted towards youth workers, youth leaders, and those who work in the field of youth…


True or false6

True or False?

  • The Youth in Action Programme is a programme funded by the European Commission for young people ONLY who are aged between 13 and 30.

  • False...

    • One particular action (4.3) of the YiAProgramme has no age limit… and is targeted towards youth workers, youth leaders, and those who work in the field of youth…


True or false7

True or False?

There are 5 deadlines every year to submit applications under the YiA Programme


True or false8

True or False?

  • There are 5 deadlines every year to submit applications under the YiAProgramme

  • True...

  • these are:

    • 1st February : 1 May and 30 September

    • 1st April : 1 July and 30 November

    • 1st June : 1 September and 31 January

    • 1st September : 1 December and 30 April

    • 1st November : 1 February and 31 July


True or false9

True or False?

Only countries which are in the European Union can take part in the YiA Programme


True or false10

True or False?

  • Only countries which are in the European Union can take part in the YiAProgramme

  • False...

  • YiA is open to:

    • Programme Countries:

      • EU Member States, Candidates for accession (Turkey and soon Croatia and Macedonia), EFTA Countries (Liechtenstein, Norway, Iceland)

    • Neighbouring Partner Countries of the EU:

      • South East Europe, Mediterranean Partner Countries, Eastern Europe & Caucasus

    • ‘Other Partner Countries of the World’


True or false11

True or False?

The Youth in Action Programme is divided into 5 Actions most of which have respective sub-actions


True or false12

True or False?

  • The Youth in Action Programme is divided into 5 Actions most of which have respective sub-actions

  • True...

    • Action 1 – Youth for Europe :: 1.1 – Youth Exchanges, 1.2 - Youth Initiatives, 1.3 – Youth Democracy Projects

    • Action 2 – European Voluntary Service

    • Action 3 – Youth in the World :: 3.1 – Cooperation with Neighbouring Countries of the EU, 3.2 – Cooperation with Other Countries of the World

    • Action 4 – Youth Support Systems :: 4.3 – Training and Networking of those active in youth work and youth organizations [4.1, 4.2, 4.4-4.8 Centralised]

    • Action 5 – Support for European cooperation in the Youth Field :: 5.1 – Meetings of young people and those responsible for youth policy [5.2, 5.3 Centralised]


True or false13

True or False?

Through certain actions of the YiA Programme one can get a certificate


True or false14

True or False?

  • Participants of certain actions of the YiAProgramme can get a certificate

  • True...

    • For participating in Action 1.1, Action 2, and Action 4.3 (Training Course), one can get a YouthPass certificate…


True or false15

True or False?

The YiA Programme has no priorities to follow… you just apply for whatever topic you want money for and it is always in line…


True or false16

True or False?

  • The YiAProgramme has no priorities to follow… you just apply for whatever topic you want money for and it is always in line…

  • False...

    • Permanent Priorities: European Citizenship, Participation of young people, Inclusion of young people with fewer opportunities, Cultural Diversity

    • For 2010 the priorties are:

      • European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion

      • Youth unemployment and promotion of young unemployed people's active participation in society

      • Awareness-raising and mobilisation of young people around global challenges (such as sustainable development, climate change, migration, the Millenium Development Goals)

    • National Priorities: Ask your NA!


True or false17

True or False?

The European Youth Foundation has more money than the Youth in Action Programme…


True or false18

True or False?

  • The European Youth Foundation has more money than the YiAProgramme

  • False...

    • Much smaller than Youth in Action ProgrammeSince start until now 300.000 beneficiaries, this is half of the Youth in Action programme in 6 years

    • Good to know: EYF has always run more or less the same programmes since 1972


True or false19

True or False?

The YiA and the EYF have different aims…


True or false20

True or False?

  • The YiA and the EYF have different aims…

  • True...

    • The Aims and Priorities of the EYF are:

      • Aims:

        • Encourage co-operation among young people in Europe

        • Promotion of peace, understanding and co-operation

      • Priorities: Human rights; Youth participation & citizenship; Social cohesion & inclusion; Youth policy development


True or false21

True or False?

There are 5 deadlines every year to submit applications under the European Youth Foundation


True or false22

True or False?

  • There are 5 deadlines every year to submit applications under the YiAProgramme

  • False...

  • These are:

    • 1st April : Projects starting 1st January – 30th June

    • 1st October : 1st July – 31st December

    • Ad hoc…


True or false23

True or False?

The European Youth Foundation’s Grants are divided into 5 Actions most of which have respective sub-actions


True or false24

True or False?

  • The EYF’s grants are divided into 5 Actions most of which have respective sub-actions

  • False...

    • Grant A - International Youth meetings

    • Grant B - Youth activities other than meetings

    • Grant C- Administration of International Non-Governmental Youth Organizations and Networks

    • Grant D (HRE) - Pilot projects


A to z on funding programmes things to keep in mind

A to Z on Funding Programmes - Things to Keep in Mind


Application procedure

Application procedure

  • Idea & partnership

  • Application form

  • Submit to National Agency (NA)

  • Evaluation and selection NA

  • Decision

  • Contract

  • Implementation project

  • Final evaluation

  • Dissemination & explotation of results


Things to keep in mind

Things to keep in mind

  • Keep in mindpriorities of funder

    • “Don’tbite the hand thatfeedsyou”

    • Partnership ???

  • Don’tmaketechnicalmistakes

    • Programmeguides

    • Technicalities

    • Respect deadlines

  • Qualityprojects

    • Realism

    • Balance

    • Identity


Other possibilities

Other Possibilities

  • Other subventions from EU depending on project

    • Europe for citizens

    • EIDHR

    • ...

  • Foundations

    • European Mobility fund

    • International youth foundation

    • ...

  • In-kind contributions

  • Sponsorship


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