Anna Lindh Foundation Call for Proposals

 

 

Anna Lindh Foundation Call for ProposalsThe Anna Lindh Foundation has recently launched its call for project proposals for 2012 open to the members of its national networks. This present call’s main objective is to support projects promoting mobilisation and empowerment of civil society .

The ALF supports only multilateral projects built upon a 1+1 partnership formula with at least one partner from a Southern Mediterranean country and at least one partner from a European country.

The financial envelope of this call is 1.350.000 € with a maximum grant amount of 35.000 € and a minimum grant amount of 20.000 €. A number of around 50 projects will be awarded. The financial support will not exceed 80% of the total eligible costs of the project. The duration of the project must be between a maximum of 12 consecutive months and a minimum of 8 consecutive months, and the duration of the implementation must fall within the period between 15 July 2012 and 15 October 2013

Deadline for application: 16th April 2012 (16.00 Egypt time – GMT+2)

 

 



Guidelines and application forms are available online at:
http://grants.annalindh.org

For further information:
www.euromedalex.org

 

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