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A coordinated transnational call for proposals

2.3 Öka övergångarna till arbete
Utlyst belopp
63 000 000 kr


The next round of coordinated calls will be launched in the end of January 2018.


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The Swedish ESF-Council, the managing authority of the ESF in Sweden, is launching this call in order for to promote project cooperation and mutual learning among the member states of the European Union. The aim is to apply or develop methods in a transnational context together with at least one partner from another member state (preferably at least two), within the following themes:


- Social Economy

- Inclusion

- Youth Employment

- Migrants


Specific priority will be given to projects addressing the EU strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) and projects demonstrating social innovation.


The call is a part of the Swedish ESF-programme priority 2 Increase transition to work, sub-theme 2.3, Apply and develop methods for women and men who are far from the labour market.


The amount launched is 63 million SEK (approximately 7 million Euros) to be allocated among the themes. The projects will be financed 100 per cent and therefore no co-financing is needed from the projects themselves. 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 3rd of May 2016 and ends the 30th of September 2016. Starting date for the projects will be in January 2017 and the latest finalizing date is the 31 December 2019. Projects can last between 18-36 months.


If you are applying, you need to open an account in “Projektrummet” https://ansokan.esf.se/login/login.html and in the European partner search database http://ec.europa.eu/esf/transnationality. In the database you need to register your organisation and your partners need to create their own account and register their organization. When you both have done that you can make a connection between you in the section TCA.

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Next call 2018

The next round of coordinated calls will be launched in the end of January 2018.