Last week, a new call for proposals has been published under the Internal Security Fund Police (ISFP) managed by the Directorate-General Migration and Home Affairs of the European Commission. The call is aimed at funding new activities and best practice sharing to prevent and counter all forms of radicalisation.
The project proposals shall focus on developing:
- effective responses and tools in priority areas such as children and youth, community engagement, local dimension, multi-agency approach and prisons;
- mapping, analysis, exchanges and evaluation of existing approaches;
- methodologies and approaches with a high degree of transferability.
The call is open to all EU Member States with the exception of the United Kingdom and Denmark. The total indicative available budget for this call proposals is € 5.000.000, whereas the funding rate is set at 90% of the eligible costs.
This forthcoming call for proposal will be officially open for applications on the 28th November 2018. The deadline for submitting applications is set for the 19th March 2019.
To know more about this call for proposals, please check the call’s webpage.