Daphne call – Transnational projects on violence against women, young people and children linked to harmful practices
Match funding restrictions
The funding under this call is based on the co-financing principle: the grant cannot constitute more than 80% of overall eligible project costs.
The beneficiaries should ensure that the outstanding balance is covered from sources other than the EU budget (own resources of beneficiaries, contributions by donors, income generated by the project).
The project budget must have revenue and expenditure in balance.
This call will fund activities on:
- mutual learning, exchange of good practices, cooperation activities;
- awareness-raising, information, dissemination activities.
Projects must take a child-centred approach and/or a gender-sensitive approach depending on the end beneficiary target group.
The projects should be multi-agency and where service delivery involves government authorities they should include formal government engagement for each participating country. This will be taken into account when evaluating the quality of proposals.
The organisation must
- be not for profit
- a legally constituted public or private organisation
The project must have partners from three different eligible countries.