Creative Europe is the EU’s funding programme for providing support to the culture and audiovisual sectors.
The aim of this call is to support the development of a European Heritage Label umbrella organisation ensuring networking, collaboration, training and opportunities among the EHL stakeholders.
The general objective of the call is to support the development of a European Heritage Label umbrella organisation ensuring networking, collaboration, training and opportunities among the EHL stakeholders. This EHL umbrella organisation will be key to ensuring the sustainability of the European Heritage Label. This call for proposals will contribute to the implementation of the EHL general objectives of "strengthening European Citizens' sense of belonging to the Union, in particular that of young people, based on shared values and elements of European history and cultural heritage, as well as an appreciation of national and regional diversity; and strengthening intercultural dialogue".
This umbrella organisation will support the range of EHL stakeholders and their synergies with active players in the field of heritage, cultural and creative sectors together with educational sectors. It will target the following stakeholders in the EHL initiative: EHL Sites and EHL National Coordinators.
The general objective of this call will be pursued through the following specific objectives:
Applications must include activities that are in line with the objectives of the call(above). The proposed activities need to be grouped into coherent Work Packages (i.e., major sub-division of the project) which are linked to specific deliverables. The deliverables provide the proof – at the end of the project - that the activities have been completed in the quantity and quality specified in the application. There must be at least one work package for each of the three specific objectives of the call.
See examples of activities under each objective on page 13 of the call document.
In order to be eligible, the applicants(beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must:
Both applications by single applicants and proposals submitted by a consortium are allowed.
The available call budget is EUR 3 000 000. The grant will be budget-based (actual costs, with unit cost and flat-rate elements). The funding rate is maximum 90% of eligible costs.
Projects should not normally exceed 40 months (extensions are possible, if duly justified and through an amendment).