Applications Open for Label Paris Co-development South Programme 2017!

Deadline: 15 June 2017

Are you Parisian association of international solidarity, integration or an association involving migrant.es in your action? Do you have a project dealing with both the development of a country in the South and the integration of foreign populations in Paris? If yes, then apply for the Label Paris Co-development South 2017.

Applications are open for the Label Paris Co-development South programme 2017. Projects are assessed for relevance and feasibility in the South and North, as well as the quality of partnerships developed with local communities and associations.

Areas of Intervention

  • In the South: culture, citizenship, environment, agricultural development, education
  • In Paris: access to rights, learning French, promoting foreign cultures

Funding Information

The Label Paris Co-development South can allow you to obtain a scholarship between 5,000 and 15,000 euros if your project is selected by the Jury.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Any project must necessarily involve Parisians originating from non-Community countries and must include two distinct parts:
    • The first component will be implemented in a developing country (South component): a development project
    • The second part of activities will be located in Paris (part of Paris): an integration project
  • The following will not be eligible for the Label Paris Co-Development south:
    • Having a political, partisan or confessional character
    • Subsidizing, directly or indirectly, a private enterprise
    • Having already obtained another financing from the City of Paris
  • A particular attention is paid to the environmental impact of the project in the interests of consistency and efficiency in protecting the environment. As far as possible, candidate associations are invited to present an environmental assessment of the actions carried out.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted on the SIMPA platform through the given website.

Eligible Countries:

For more information, please visit Label Paris Co-development South.

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