The 2021 Jean Monnet Prize, organised under the patronage of the European Parliament, invites everyone to submit their project (already completed or work in progress) that reinforces European integration.
The project should promote the European spirit from various points of view – be it from a political, economic, social, academic, cultural or other perspective.
The contest for the Jean Monnet Prize is free and open to all individuals over 18 years old or groups — whether formally registered as an organisation or institution or not, and regardless of their citizenship.
The winner of the best project will receive a €1,500 grant. The prize, which honours Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the European Union, will be awarded on 9 November, on Monnet’s birthday.
The deadline is 9 October 2021. Applications shall in English and online, using the dedicated form on EuropeanConstitution.eu’s website.
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