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Are you a climate change researcher?
Go to Research, Environment and Climate Change.
Are you a social worker? Go to Social affairs, Employment or Citizenship.
And so on...
If you know the name of the programme - go to Index, which lists all programmes in alphabetic order.
We have more than 50 programmes described in more details.
All of the programmes are included in the policy are section.
Follow the discussions and decisions made on the future of the 2007-2013 programmes. What is Horizon 2020 or Erasmus for All and what will be the main changes compared to FP7, CIP and LLP?
Our experts have been involved in research and innovation related projects since 1999. In this section we summarize what you need to know on FP7, the rules of applying for a grant and how to manage a running project.
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If you want to understand
the system and the
concept behind, look
through this explanatory
Direct grants support the common
EU objectives. These include
European Union programmes
that beneficiaries - normally
in partnership - can directly
apply for to the EC. Typically
you compete on a European
(even world-wide) level and
sign a contract with the
Indirect grants support normally national / regional objectives. You compete on national/regional
level and individually
or in partnership
implement your project.
Your funding authority
will be a ministry or
a regional agency.
Get to know other funds which give grants e.g. EUROSTARS, ERA-NET, EUREKA, Visegrad Fund, or find support outside the EU budget e.g. World Bank, Norwegian Fund, etc. or even find supplementary
sources that are not
necessarily grants e.g.
EBRD, EIF, EIB.
The framework programme on Security and Safeguarding Liberties aims at ensuring an effective operational co-operation in the fight against crime and terrorism and strengthening their prevention. The main objectives of the framework programme are to ensure an effective operational cooperation in the fight against terrorism, including its consequences, organised crime and general crime, to support the provision of intelligence on a European scale and to strengthen the prevention of crime and terrorism.
The framework programme consists of two financial instruments encompassing the following specific programmes:
- Prevention, Preparedness and Consequence Management of Terrorism and other Security related risks
- Prevention of and Fight against Crime