Grants are available to support the promotion of European youth activities.
The European Youth Foundation (EYF) is a fund established in 1972 by the Council of Europe to provide financial and educational support for European youth activities. It is a division in the Youth Department of the Council of Europe’s Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation, Directorate General of Democracy.
The Programming Committee on Youth has reopened grants for pilot activities with a maximum value of €8,500. The EYF provides funding to encourage co-operation in young people throughout Europe by supporting European youth activities which promote peace, understanding and co-operation whilst adhering to the Council of Europe’s fundamental values such as human rights, democracy, tolerance and solidarity.
Support is offered for the following types of activity undertaken by non-governmental youth organisations or networks, or by other non-governmental structures involved in areas of youth work relevant to the Council of Europe’s youth policies and work:
Eligible applicants are as follows:
The cut-off date for new pilot activity applications is 28 February 2018, with the final decision expected in mid-April (projects should not start before 1 June 2018).