The EU4Youth programme has cancelled this call due to the war in Ukraine. More details.
The EU-funded EU4Youth programme has launched a call for proposals for grants for actions aiming to foster young people’s digital skills, develop skills for the green transition, and improve entrepreneurial and career management skills, with a focus on disadvantaged youth.
The call is divided into two lots:
Projects should be submitted by a grouping of minimum three and maximum six entities: one lead applicant + minimum two co-applicants from minimum two Eastern Partnership countries (for example, a Georgian lead applicant + an Armenian co-applicant + an EU co-applicant; or a Ukrainian lead applicant + an Azerbaijani co-applicant + an Ukrainian co-applicant).
Any proposed action should take place in at least three Eastern Partnership countries, with a duration of between 18 and 30 months.
The deadline for applications is 14 April.
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