Citizenship, Equality, Rights and Values (CERV) is the EU's funding programme for citizens' engagement and the implementation of EU rights and values. Read more about CERV here.
This call supports projects aimed at commemorating defining events in modern European history.
The objective of this call for proposals is to support projects aimed at commemorating defining events in modern European history, including the causes and consequences of authoritarian and totalitarian regimes, and at raising awareness among European citizens of their common history, culture, cultural heritage and values, thereby enhancing their understanding of the Union, its origins, purpose, diversity and achievements and of the importance of mutual understanding and tolerance.
Projects must address one (or both) of the following policy priorities set for 2022:
Activities to be funded under this topic:
In line with the EU strategy on combating antisemitism, the development of a network of young Ambassadors to promote Holocaust remembrance in schools, universities and vocational and education training institutions would be a particularly interesting activity.
In order to be eligible for funding, the applicants (beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must:
Proposals must be submitted by a consortium of at least 2 applicants (beneficiaries; not affiliated entities), which comply with the conditions explained above; preference is given to transnational projects.
Project budget (maximum grant amount): no limit. The grant awarded may be lower than the amount requested.
Projects should normally range between 12 and 24 months (extensions are possible, if duly justified and through an amendment).