The European Commission (EC) is offering Action grants for the EU Network of Youth Cancer Survivors to improve the quality of life of children and young adult cancer survivors through improved social networking and the use of a platform to improve the links amongst individuals, patients, cancer survivors, and social and health professionals active in cancer prevention and care across the Union.
- Preparatory activities (first 6 months of the initiative). Through meetings and parallel consultations to define / agree on structure, modus operandi, secretariat, annual programme, and other operational and organisational needs, including a costing exercise of the EU Network.
- Launch of the EU Network (February 2022) – To be organised in the European Parliament and comparable to the launch of the Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan in February 2021.
- Starting the activities of the Network through ad hoc missions/webinars/workshop, with the direct involvement of EU Network delegates and ‘Ambassadors’.
- First general assembly of the Network Q3 2022.
- Throughout the project, wide visibility of the actions/initiatives of the EU Network will be requested.
- be legal entities (public or private bodies) created under Union law or an international organisation, or
- be established in one of the eligible countries, i.e.:
- EU Member States (including overseas countries and territories linked to it (OCTs)
- eligible non-EU countries:
- EEA countries and countries associated to the EU4Health Programme (third countries, candidate countries and potential candidate countries, neighbourhood countries) or countries which are in ongoing negotiations for an association agreement and where the agreement enters into force before grant signature.
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