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Europese subsidie beschikbaar, ook voor Nederlandse sportorganisaties

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geplaatst op: 18 maart 2016

Erasmus+ is het Europese subsidieprogramma voor onderwijs, jeugd en sport. Op het gebied van sport stelt Erasmus+ 34,1 miljoen euro beschikbaar aan lokale projecten voor het bestrijden van grensoverschrijdende problemen zoals matchfixing, doping, geweld en racisme. Deadline voor de aanvragen is 12 mei 2016.

Op 3 maart was er een informatiebijeenkomst. Voor vragen kun je terecht bij Peter Barendse, Dorien Dijk en Anita Vlasveld.

Erasmus+ Sport, Infoday Brussels, 3 March 2016

In the field of sport, the Erasmus+ Programme aims to support actions that result in the development, transfer, and implementation of innovative ideas and practices at European, national, regional, and local level.

It is also expected that Sport Actions will contribute to the development of a European dimension to sport, increasing cooperation and harmonisation between sport organisations.

In addition, sport actions are expected to contribute to the implementation of the European Week of Sport, which is an initiative launched by the European Commission to promote sport and physical activity in Europe.

Sport policy and programme unit European Commission - DG EAC

The Sport Chapter in the Erasmus+ Programme aims to support European partnerships on grassroots sport in order to pursue the following objectives:

  • Tackle cross-border threats to the integrity of sport, such as doping, match fixing and violence, as well as all kinds of intolerance and discrimination;
  • To promote and support good governance in sport and dual careers of athletes;
  • To promote voluntary activities in sport, together with social inclusion, equal opportunities and awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity, through increased participation in, and equal access to sport for all.

Total budget available for Erasmus+Sport in 2016: € 34,1 M (in 2015 it was € 22,9 M).

Work Programme Activities

Programme guide, start page 222.

1. Collaborative partnerships

  • Encourage participation in sport and physical activity, especially by supporting the implementation of the European Week of Sport
  • Encourage participation in sport and physical activity, especially by supporting the implementation of the EU Physical Activity Guidelines
  • Promote the dual careers of athletes, especially by supporting the implementation of the EU Guidelines on Dual Careers of Athletes
  • Combat doping, notably in recreational environments; Combat match-fixing, especially through the support to prevention, awareness-raising and cooperation among stakeholders
  • Promote voluntary activity in sport
  • Support innovative and educational approaches to contain violence and tackle racism, discrimination and intolerance in sport
  • Improve good governance in sport
  • Encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport, especially by supporting the implementation of EU strategies, notably the EU Gender Equality Strategy and the EU Disability Strategy

Who can take part in a collaborative partnership?

Collaborative Partnerships are open to any type of public institutions or non-profit organisations active in the field of sport and physical activity. The number of participating organisations is at least five organisations from five different Programme Countries.

Duration of the project:

From 12 to 36 months (12, 18, 24, 30 or 36 months)

When to apply

12 May at 12:00 (midday Brussels time)

Maximum grant awarded:

400.000 EUR Maximum, 80% of the total eligible costs

Read more:

Programme guide, page 223-227.

2. Small collaborative partnerships

NEW in 2016!!! In 2016, the Commission will test the opportunity and relevance of selecting smaller projects in order to better promote grassroots sport.

  • Encourage social inclusion and equal opportunities in sport, especially by supporting the implementation of EU strategies, notably the EU Gender Equality Strategy and the EU Disability Strategy;
  • Promote European traditional sports and games;
  • Support the mobility of volunteers, coaches, managers and staff of non-profit sport organisations;
  • Protect athletes, especially the youngest, from health and safety hazards by improving training and competition conditions.

Who can take part in a collaborative partnership?

Any non-profit organisation or public body, active in the field of sport, established in a Programme Country or in any Partner Country of the world. The number of participating organisations is at least three organisations from three different Programme Countries.

Duration of the project:

12, 18 or 24 months

When to apply:

12 May at 12:00 (midday Brussels time)

Maximum grant awarded:

Maximum grant awarded: 60 000 EUR Maximum 80% of the total eligible costs.

Read more:

Programme guide, page 228-232.

3. Not-for-profit European sport events

This Action is aimed to support:?

  • Volunteering in sport;
  • Social inclusion through sport;
  • Gender equality in sport;
  • Health-Enhancing Physical Activity;
  • Implementation of the European Week of Sport.

This Action provides financial support for: the organisation of European-wide sport events organised in one Programme Country; national events – organised simultaneously in several Programme Countries by not-for-profit organisations or public bodies active in the field of sport. The expected results of these events are: increased awareness as regards the role of sport in promoting social inclusion, equal opportunities and health enhancing physical activity; increased participation in sport, physical activity and voluntary activity.

Read more:

Programme guide, page 233-236.

General information

If you are looking for partners you can use the ‘Partner search tool

Award criteria for (small) collaboration partnership:
Within these categories, projects will be assessed against the following criteria:

  • Relevance of the project, maximum 30 pointsQuality of project design and implementation, maximum 20 points
  • Quality of the project team and the cooperation arrangements, maximum 20 points
  • Impact and dissemination, maximum 30 points

Programme guide

http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/discover/guide/index_en.htm
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf
http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/discover/guide/documents-applicants_en.htm?

4. Compulsary documents to fill in

  • eForm,
  • Project description,
  • Budget, € tabel,
  • Declaration of honour form (New!!!, 2 in stead of 4, applicant declares for all the applicants-partners)

Proces

  • 12 May: deadline application,
  • June: eligibility check
  • July-September: evaluation proces
  • October: notification of award decision
  • November-December: signing grant agreements
  • 1 January 2017: start of project?

More information:

 

Auteurs:

Dorien Dijk
Kenniscentrum Sport

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