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A transnational call for proposals in the field of a sustainable workinglife and lifelong learning in the Baltic Sea Region

Utlysning
2018/00208
Programområde
1 Kompetensförsörjning
Region
ESF-nationellt
Startdatum
2018-04-18
Slutdatum
2018-09-17
Utlyst belopp
8 000 000 kr

Sammanfattning

The Swedish ESF-Council, the managing authority of the ESF in Sweden, is launching this call to promote project cooperation and mutual learning among the member states in the Baltic Sea Region. 
 
This call aims at creating a transnational platform that could be the start of a flagship within the EU Baltic Sea Strategy in the field of sustainable working life and lifelong learning. A platform will be created that can be used as an arena for actors working with sustainable working life with solidarity between the age groups. It is an attempt to practically use the funding from ESF specifically to meet joint targets within in the EUSBSR while considering the European Pillar of Social Rights. The platform should be set up with preferable two ESFfunded partners from another member state, but one is accepted. Non ESF-funded partners can be included if the eligibility criterium two ESF-funded partners is met.
 
The call is a part of the Swedish ESF-programme priority 1 Skills development, sub-theme 1.2 Develop and implement methods to strengthen the link between education and employment. 
 
The amount launched is 8 million SEK. No co-financing is required. Eligible costs are: Swedish activities taking place in Sweden and abroad according to the transnational agreement. Covering costs for the other transnational partners are not approved. 
 
This call opens today the 18th of April 2018 and ends at 16.00 hrs the 17th of September 2018. Starting date for the projects will be 1st of December 2018 and the latest finalizing date is the 30th of November 2021. Projects can last between 18-36 months. 

The call

A transnational call for proposals in the field of a sustainable workinglife and lifelong learning in the Baltic Sea Region (Opens in a new window)