Deadline: 18 August 2017, 16:00 CET
The call aims at supporting sport-related projects organised by local actors and civil society that focus on prevention of marginalisation and radicalisation, in particular in helping youngsters at risk of exclusion and of radicalisation to find an identity and a sense of belonging.
Projects should aim at teaching essential skills such as social and communicative competences, critical thinking and problem solving, that can help youngsters at the margin of societies to feel reengaged into society.
Projects should involve EU local sport organisation that, in cooperation with local authorities responsible for radicalisation and terrorism, will identify people at risk of radicalisation and will offer them appropriatre coaching so to try prevent radicalisation processes.
The call is addressed to public or private organisations with proved successful experiences in dealing with radicalisation processes that have their registered legal office in one of the 28 EU Member States.
Activities must take place in the EU-Member States between 1st January and 31st December 2018.
The maximum grant will be 60,000 euros.
The Commission expects to fund approximately 15 proposals.
For more information and submission of projects: http://bit.ly/2uaeiCD