The funding under this call is provided based on the co-financing principle: the grant cannot constitute more than 80% of overall eligible project costs.
Contributions "in-kind" are neither an eligible cost nor are they accepted as income of the project. They cannot be included in the project budget. They can however be indicated in the application for information. More details on contributions in kind can be found in the Guide for Applicants.
This programme - a part of the European Framework Programme "FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND JUSTICE" - follows up the DAPHNE II programme, supporting organisations' cooperation at EU level in the fight against violence towards children, young people and women.
DAPHNE encourages organisations to set up or reinforce European networks.
Families, men, teachers and educational staff, social workers, police and border guards, local, national and military authorities, medical and paramedical staff, judicial staff, NGOs, trade unions and religious communities.
The call shall benefit children, young people and women who are, or risk becoming, victims of violence.
- Support for victims of violence
- Violence linked to harmful practices
- Children as victims and/or witnesses of violence in close or intimate relationships
- Children as victims of bullying at school
- Perpetrator interventions and victim protection measures
- Prevention of violence against children, young people and women through projects
- targeting attitudinal and behavioural changes in the context of sexualisation
- Awareness raising on violence against women
Further information on the call for proposals, and how to apply is available on the European Commission website.