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On 30 March 2017, the Call for Proposals REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” has been published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC).

 

The general objective of the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), is to support capacity building of professionals working for and with children in rights of the child and child protection.

 

The current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC) aims to  putting in place robust national or regional mechanisms to support children ageing out of/leaving alternative care and to encompass a strong child participation component.

 

The expected results of the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), are:

-  all children in state or corporate care are better supported in preparing to leave care;

-  support and preparation measures start well before children age out/leave care and are individualised;

-  known gaps at national level are better addressed;

-  ageing out of care systems are joined up, coherent and integrated and designed to ensure that all children who are care leavers have a strong support network and do not fall through cracks;

-  careleavers’ access to essential services, higher education, vocational training and the labour market is improved;

-  outcomes for children in care/careleavers are monitored;

-  good practice is collected and shared (also across borders) with a view to being replicated;

-  project activities reflect and contribute to practical implementation of the 10 principles for integrated child protection systems;

-  practices and methods live on after project end.

 

Eligible Countries within the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), are the Member States (MS) of the European Union (EU), including their overseas departments, and Iceland.

 

Eligible applicants within the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), must be at least one public authority from each participating country involved in the project (as applicant or co-applicant) or by providing substantial support, e.g. Ministries and/or agencies responsible for children (e.g. child protection agencies and services), Ministries for children, child protection, social services, social protection, labour market integration, education, health and mental health services, social affairs, justice, children's ombudspersons and/or national human rights institutes for children, responsible regional authorities, etc). 

 

Eligible activities within the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), may include:

-  mutual learning, exchange of good practices, cooperation;

-  design and implementation of protocols, development of working methods which may be transferable to other regions or countries;

-  Capacity-building and training for professionals.

 

 

Within the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), grant requests below EUR 75 000 will not be considered for funding.

 

The deadline for submitting proposals in the framework of the current REC-RCHI-PROF-AG-2017 “Capacity - building in the area of rights of the child” call for proposals, published by the European Commission in the framework of the Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC), is 29 June 2017.

 

Further information on the current call for proposals is available on the European Commission’s web site at: http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/desktop/en/opportunities/rec/topics/rec-rchi-prof-ag-2017.html

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