Information session on EU funding in the field of human rights.
16 June 2015 - 10 to 12 am. Immigrant Council of Ireland, St Andrews Street, Dublin 2
This session aims to provide participants with an overview of EU funding opportunities for organisations working in the field of human rights (migration, disability, anti-racism, rights of the child, victims’ rights etc.) and will help you assess which funding opportunity is right for your organisation.
During this session we will look at current and planned calls for proposals under a variety of EU programmes and discuss the requirements to submit applications under these funds. Participants will also have the opportunity to share their experiences in applying for EU funding and discuss best practices when preparing grant applications.
Information session outcomes:
- participants will be aware of relevant calls for proposals and when such calls will be published. - participants will identify relevant calls for their work. - participants will be aware of specific requirements to apply for EU funds.
The Information session will be moderated by Laurent Aldenhoff (Access Europe Project Manager).
Prior to joining Access Europe, Laurent was the fundraising officer and project manager at the European Council on Refugees & Exiles in Brussels. He was in charge of developing, submitting and managing grant applications and tenders, mainly to the European Commission. He has submitted successful proposals to various EU funds, such as the European Refugee Fund, the EIDHR, Europe for Citizens, Rights and Citizenship and the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance. Laurent has also experience in managing EU-funded pan-European projects.
Please register to this session by 10th June by sending an email to Laurent Aldenhoff.