What is it for ?
This strand supports activities inviting reflection on European cultural diversity and on common values. It aims to finance projects reflecting on causes of totalitarian regimes in Europe's modern history (especially, but not exclusively, Nazism that led to the Holocaust, Fascism, Stalinism and totalitarian communist regimes) and to commemorate the victims of their crimes.
This strand also concerns other defining moments and reference points in recent European history. Preference will be given to projects encouraging tolerance, mutual understanding, intercultural dialogue and reconciliation.
Projects under this strand should
Who can apply
Public local/regional authorities or non-profit organisations, including civil society organisations, survivors' associations and cultural, youth, educational and research organisations, associations of twinned towns.
A project must involve organisations from at least one member state. Preference will be given to transnational projects.
How Are Applications Selected
A set of eligibility, exclusion, selection, and award criteria is applied.
Applicants must have:
Proposals are then evaluated on the basis of
As far as possible a geographical balance will be taken into account in the selection.