Topic 4 Resource networks, information and training opportunities

EU Funding, Grants and Subsidies 

What types of funding are available?

❑Grants

❑Loans

❑Subsidies

Who can receive funding?​

❑Researchers​

❑Public bodies ​

❑NGOs​

❑Young People

❑Other beneficiaries

Link for more info: here

All EU funding and tender opportunities: here

EU opportunity CERV Programme

The Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV) funds national and transnational projects. Priorities: 

European Research Council 

❑Funding for researchers of any nationality and age.

❑All research topics.

EEA and Norway Grants

❑Funding for projects in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

❑Various topics (For example Roma inclusion and empowerment, social inclusion, human rights).

EuroDesk Opportunity Finder

❑Grants, funding, calls for proposal etc. 

❑Various topics (racism, human rights, youth, cultural diversity etc.).

European Network of Innovation for Inclusion

❑A European networking organisation to increase cooperation between organisations in Europe that are linked by a social challenge. 

Hosts International Networking Sessions, Seminars and Webinars, Training Courses, Study Visits, Partner Search, Development and Educational Materials 

Equinet 

❑The European Network of Equality Bodies. It allows for an open exchange of information and knowledge between national anti-racism organisations and sharing expertise. 

What is it?

❑Independent centre of reference for human rights protection in the EU.

❑It shares evidence-based insights and expert advice with policy- and decision-makers.

❑Provides information on equality, non-discrimination and racism

What can you find?

❑Reports, databases, case-law, latest developments, promising practices, etc. 

❑For example: report on unlawful profiling during police stops.

What is it?

❑ Human rights monitoring body which specialises in the fight against racism, discrimination, xenophobia, antisemitism and intolerance in Europe.

❑ ECRI’s statutory activities cover country monitoring, work on general themes and relations with civil society and equality bodies.

What can you find?

❑Country reports, opinions, studies, glossary, etc. 

What is it?

❑ Network of legal experts in gender equality and non-discrimination, set up by the European Commission. 

What can you find?

❑Country reports, law reviews, thematic reports, comparative analyses, etc.