The newly established EU Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV) provides funding for citizens’ engagement, promoting equality for all and implementing EU rights and values.
The CERV work programme for 2021-2022 covers financial assistance for training activities, workshops, conferences, mutual learning and cooperation, capacity building, town twinning, media campaigns, awareness raising and dissemination activities. In this context, the work programme aims to finance civil society organisations as well as public authorities, European-level networks and think tanks.
Click on the links below for more information about the first calls for proposals in the fields of antiracism, antisemitism, gender equality and Roma equality, inclusion, and participation, among others:
• Call for proposals to promote equality and to fight against racism, xenophobia and discrimination
• Call for proposals on European remembrance
• Call for proposals for 4-year framework partnership agreements to support European networks, civil society organisations active at EU level and European think tanks in the areas of Union values
• Operating grants to framework partners active in the area of Union values
You can find out more about CERV on the Funding & tender opportunities portal and the DG Justice funding programme webpage.
You can subscribe to the European Commission (DG JUST) newsletter to receive information about new calls here: subscribe to DG Justice newsletter on funding opportunities.