Read more. You can submit your story through the application form available at the bottom of this page. It should be noted that one of the objectives of the Call for European Stories is to empower communities and provide for an open space where multiple narratives could and should co-exist.
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Therefore, the European Heritage Days invites storytellers to outline their own vision of the European Dimension  and what the European values referenced in their heritage sites and work are. Trends identified in this and future Calls will be included in the updated definition of the European Dimension on a European level. The Call consists of two parts in three stages - the call for European Stories and the grant procedure pre-selection and selection stage.
The application form will be closed on 18 April to coincide with International Day for Monuments and Sites. Submissions entered after this date will not be eligible for the Call. Only the first eligible requests will be considered for the grant award procedure.
All of the eligible stories will be uploaded on the EHD Portal and promoted as such. Please note that the stories will be uploaded as they are, with no major editorial changes to the language of the submitted stories. Following the closing of the Call and consequent upload of all the qualified Stories, the Committee of members of the EHD Secretariat assisted by two international consultants will consider the proposals for a pre-selection of a maximum of 25 most compelling stories which declared their interest for a grant.
According to the Rule No. The final deadline to deliver the necessary documentation is set at 21 June If the project proposals outline smaller amounts, there is the possibility to select more than 10 European Stories, up to the maximum total budget of the action. The European panel is agreed by the EHD Programme and consists of seven members: two representatives appointed by the Council of Europe; two representatives appointed by the European Commission; one representative appointed by Europa Nostra; one representative appointed by European Heritage Label Secretariat and one representative appointed by the EHD National Coordinators.
August Notification of selection. Selected stories that have been nominated to receive a grant will be notified by 21 August All project actions proposed in the submitted application must start before the end of Costs incurred under such actions are eligible for the grant justification as of 1 September The grant recipients are required to keep all original invoices and justifications for the amount spent within the grant.
Any unspent amount will be returned to the EHD Programme budget at the end of the implementation period. October Award Ceremony for the grant recipients. In October the selected projects will receive a certificate of the grant and a commemorative trophy at a special Award Ceremony. January Monitoring stage. The selected grant recipients will work with the Council of Europe to ensure monitoring of the project and to deliver a mid-action draft narrative and financial report on the implementation of the grant.
All grant-selected projects must include the logo of the European Heritage Days, the European Commission and the Council of Europe on their produced material and activities. All project actions proposed in the submitted application must end before 30 March Costs incurred after this date will not be eligible for the justification of the grant. Following the end of the implementation stage, the grant recipients must submit the final narrative and financial report for the justification of the grant. Templates for such reports will be provided by the EHD Secretariat in early Eligibility criteria for the Call.
The storyteller should:. Selection criteria for the Call. All of the Stories that have passed the eligibility criteria will be published as European Heritage Stories and promoted at European level. The stories will be published as written by the storyteller.
All of the eligible communities that have declared their interest for the grant procedure will be considered for the pre-selection stage. Who is eligible to receive a grant? In order to be able to be eligible for a grant, applicants must be legally recognised entities as defined in EHD Stories Brochure : Legal Conditions.
The person submitting the story and the draft project proposal must be a representative of that legal entity. Previous recipients of a European Heritage Stories grant are welcome to submit a Story, but will not be eligible to apply for another grant for up to 3 years after the previous grant was awarded.
Please note that in individuals are not eligible to receive a grant. However, any individuals may submit their Story and have it promoted as a European Story, as outlined the selection criteria for the Call. The following form is to be used when submitting the European Story of your heritage work. If you would also like to qualify for the preselection for the grants maximum 10 Euros , please fill in the final part of the form as well. Please check if your story is eligible for this Call by matching the criteria in this section.
Eligibility criteria can be found in the Article 8 of the Terms and Conditions. The Council of Europe and European Commission does not bear responsibility for any copyright infringements. If you did not author the Story, it is your responsibility to ensure you have secured permission from the author before the submission of the Story. Please make sure you have read the Terms and Conditions for the Call for European Heritage Stories which can be found here. We advise for projects to promote as many of the priorities for communities as possible.
Projects should be assigned to a category if your project involves multiple areas of heritage, please choose a leading category, and provide further details in the description of your project :. Tell us your name and surname. Even if you are not the author of the project, you are a storyteller and you will be presented on the portal as such. Please note that, as a storyteller you are allowed to tell only one story if you wish to be considered for receiving a grant. Please choose the country your Story is based on. If your Story is based on multiple countries, please choose the lead country, and provide ore information in the 'description of your story' in the next section of the form.
Write the title of the Story you are submitting to be listed as part of the European Stories. Give us a short and clear description of your story.
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Tell us in more details about your story. You are welcomed to make your story as informative, serious, amusing, passionate or original as you wish. But most of all, we welcome interesting and well-written real-life histories and stories for you to share with all European Heritage Days communities. If you would like your contact details to be shown with the Story, we advise you to put your contact details at the end of the description. We invite applicants to define their own understanding of European heritage, and ask that these are in line with the Council of Europe's expressed values on human rights, democracy and the rule of law.
Your Story should aim to increase understanding of the shared history of Europe in at least one of the following ways: the pan-European nature of the heritage, links with key European events and movements, or the role of the heritage in the development and promotion of the common values that underpin European integration. If you have a website presentation of your Story, pass the link and it will be shown as part of your Story presentation on the portal. Pictures are worth a thousand words and so you have an opportunity to visualy present your story.
Recommended size of the photo is pxXpx, it can not be larger than 5MB and should be in. We kindly ask for your agreement to publish the story for the whole duration of the project. We have a budget of , EUR to award to Stories that are accompanied by a project proposal.
If you wish to submit an application for a grant, please complete the following section of the form.
The process of awarding grants is competitive, and protect proposals will be judged against the criteria outlined in the Application Form, Terms and Condition and grant procedure of the Council of Europe, which you must consult before submitting your application. Our leadership team consists of alumni from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Harvard Business School as well as educators with exceptional experience and talent.
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