Creative Europe is the EU’s funding programme for providing support to the culture and audiovisual sectors.
This call aims to support projects that will translate, publish, distribute and promote works of fiction.
Translation, promotion and distribution of literary works of fiction as well as activities to help the sales of translation rights in Europe and beyond.
The proposed activities should be grouped, in the application form part B, in coherent work packages (i.e. major sub-division of the project). Each work package must have a corresponding list of activities, deliverables, milestones and critical risks (see section 10 of the call document).
The action will support around 40 projects, implemented either by a single entity (mono-beneficiary) or by a grouping of organisations (multi-beneficiary).
Each project must be based on a sound editorial and promotional strategy covering a package of at least 5 eligible works of fiction translated from and into eligible languages, and must include the following elements:
In addition, attention will be paid to projects which address the emerging priorities as mentioned in the Background part. In particular, a special attention will be paid to projects which will refer to the European Year of Youth 2022: i.e. projects that actively include and engage with young people, from creation to reading, promotion and distribution, as end-users and/or actors.
In order to be eligible, the applicants (beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must:
+ be legal entities (public or private bodies)
+ be established in one of the eligible countries, i.e Creative Europe Participating Countries:
+ other eligibility conditions:
Both applications by single applicants and proposals submitted by a consortium are allowed.
A consortium must be of at least 2 applicants (beneficiaries; not affiliated entities).
Projects should not normally exceed 36 months (extensions are possible, if duly justified and through an amendment).