For all types of activities, at least one country of the partnership must be a Programme Country and one an eligible Partner Country (in the EaP region, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova).
Eligible organisations are non-profit organisations, associations, NGOs, national youth councils or public bodies, private companies, including social enterprises.
- Civil Society Fellowships for Youth:
Inclusive and participatory projects will strengthen the capacity of youth organisations and youth workers to build constructive relations with a variety of partners, including public bodies and civil society organisations. Activities have to involve transnational non-formal learning mobility activities, like, for example, mentorship schemes and job shadowing.
As part of the project implementation, young leaders will also carry out small youth policy engagement projects upon return to their sending organisation.
- Partnership for Entrepreneurship:
Projects will promote youth entrepreneurship education and social entrepreneurship among young people through transnational non-formal learning projects based on multilateral partnerships between organisations working in the mentioned areas, including business. Priority will be given to projects which offer practical solutions to social challenges present in the communities of origin and exploit the economic potential of the region also by involving the private sector.
The European Commission envisages allocating about 60% of the available funds to “Civil Society Fellowships for Youth” and 40% to “Partnership for Entrepreneurship”.
The deadline for submitting applications is the 24th of January 2019.
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