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Call for proposals: Lifelong Learning Programme - 2012 Call
The main deadlines are as follows:
Budget line / available budget
The total budget earmarked for this call is estimated at EUR 1 140 million.
Objectives and supported actions in the field of ENAR's work
One of the overall strategic priorities is to promote social inclusion and gender equality in education and training, including the integration of migrants and Roma
Following the 2010 European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Inclusion, the adoption of a headline target under the EU 2020 Strategy on the reduction of early school leaving and the 2010 Council conclusions on the education of migrants and on the social dimension of education and training, projects will be called to promote social inclusion through education. Issues relating to the participation of migrants, groups with fewer opportunities, including Roma, and vulnerable social groups of people with special needs will be particularly important for schools, VET and adult education. Access to adequate guidance for these groups of learners is particularly important.
1.2.4 Reducing early school leaving, improving the learning of students with migrant background and Roma pupils as well as promoting gender equality and inclusive approaches to learning
2.2.2 Social dimension of higher education
The major objectives are the widening of the participation and raising completion rates of underrepresented groups (due to the factors such as socio-economic background, disability, ethnic, migrant etc.) and non-traditional learners (part-time students, those with demanding family responsibilities, adult learners etc.), enhancing lifelong learning via the creation of flexible learning paths, developing ways to increase the social responsibility of higher education institutions, and improvement of gender balance on particularly unbalanced fields of study.
Preference will be given to projects focusing on:
4.2.1 Acquisition of key competences through adult education
Projects will focus on aspects such as:
4.2.2 The role of adult education in strengthening social inclusion and gender equality
KEY ACTIVITY 1
1.2.1 Support for transnational co-operation projects to develop lifelong learning measures for Roma integration
Projects should contribute to the:
1.3.2 Support for network activities for awareness-raising of the most successful experiences in the social integration of Roma, including cultural, linguistic and social aspects
Networks should contribute to:
KEY ACTIVITY 2
2.1.4 Strengthening social cohesion, equal opportunities and equity in education, including the integration of migrants and Roma
Projects will develop innovative language learning methods focused on the social inclusion of people with a migrant background. In particular they will support the acquisition of the language of the host country, for immigrants, migrants and Roma.
2.1.5 Promotion of learning of languages of neighbouring countries
Projects between neighbouring countries which will, through joint activities, develop tools enabling the mutual learning of their respective languages.
2.2.1 Networks strengthening social inclusion, equal opportunities and equity in education, including the integration of migrants and Roma
Networks will promote exchanges on good practice enabling immigrants to learn the language of the host country. Promote good practices in language learning and training aiming at social inclusion, such as activities linked to community mediation and counselling, legal interpreting, access to health and social services etc.
2.2.3 Promotion of the learning of languages of neighbouring countries
Networks will encourage networking and exchanges between institutions and organisations in charge of bilateral and/or cross-border agreements and initiatives. They will disseminate information and good practice on initiatives raising the awareness of neighbouring languages.
Applicants must be established in one of the following countries:
In compliance with Article 14(2) of the Decision establishing the LLP, multilateral projects and networks under Comenius, Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig and the key activities of the Transversal Programme are also open to partners from third countries which do not already participate in the Lifelong Learning Programme on the basis of Article 7 of the Decision. Please refer to the LLP Guide 2012 for the details of the actions concerned and the modalities of participation.
Decision No 1720/2006/EC
The level of grants awarded as well as the duration of projects vary depending on factors such as the type of project and the number of countries involved.
See national agencies
The full text of the ‘LLP General call for proposals 2011-2013 — Strategic priorities 2012’, together with the ‘LLP Programme Guide 2012’ and the information on the availability of application forms can be found at the following internet address: http://ec.europa.eu/education/llp/doc848_en.htm