Erasmus+: Sport: Collaborative partnerships
This action offers the opportunity to develop, transfer and implement innovative practices in different areas relating to sport and physical activity between variousorganisations and actors in and outside sport.
Collaborative Partnerships are innovative projects aiming to:
- combat doping at grassroots level, notably in recreational environments such as amateur sport and fitness;
- support prevention and raise awareness among stakeholders involved in the fight against matchfixing;
- support prevention, educational and innovative approaches to tackle violence, racism and intolerance in sport;
- support the implementation of EU policy documents in the field of sport and other relevant policy areas such as recommendations, guidelines, policy strategies, etc. (e.g. EU Physical Activity Guidelines, EU Guidelines on Dual Careers of Athletes, Principles on good governance in sport, etc.).
A particular focus will be put on projects that address grassroots sports.
Maximum granted awarded: 500.000 EUR.
Financial contributions from the EU cannot exceed 80% of the total eligible costs of the project.
Collaborative Partnerships are open to any type of non-profit organisation and public bodies.
Depending on the objective of the project, Collaborative Partnerships should involve an appropriate and diverse range of partners in order to benefit from different experiences, profiles and expertise and to produce relevant and high quality project results.
As a general rule, Collaborative Partnerships target the cooperation between organisations established in Programme Countries. However, organisations from Partner Countries can be involved in a Collaborative Partnership, as partners (not as applicants), if their participation brings an essential added value to the project.