Increasing Knowledge, Awareness, Transparency and Traceability for Responsible Value Chains in the Cotton and Garment sectors

Summary of opportunity

The global objective of this call for proposals is:

To improve working conditions, promote labour and environmental standards and reduce labour rights abuses in the cotton and garment sector value chains.

The specific objectives of this call for proposals are:

  • improving knowledge, awareness and advocacy on social and environmental conditions to promote responsible production and consumption
  • enhancing and up-scaling voluntary transparency and traceability schemes through existing multistakeholder initiatives to support sustainable and responsible production

Lot 1 Strengthening knowledge, awareness, and advocacy on social and environmental conditions in the cotton and garment value chains. Indicative allocation of funds EUR 3 500 000. minimum amount: EUR 500 000  maximum amount: EUR 1 500 000

Lot 2 Enhancing transparency and traceability in the cotton and garment value chains. Indicative allocation of funds EUR 2 000 000.  minimum amount: EUR 500 000  maximum amount: EUR 1 000 000

Eligibility criteria

There are three sets of eligibility criteria, relating to:

the actors:

  • The lead applicant, i.e. the entity submitting the application form (2.1.1),
  • if any, its co-applicant(s) (where it is not specified otherwise the lead applicant and its co-applicant(s) are hereinafter jointly referred as “applicant(s)”) (2.1.1),
  • and, if any, affiliated entity(ies) to the lead applicant and/or to a co-applicant(s). (2.1.2);

the actions:

  • Actions for which a grant may be awarded (2.1.4)

the costs:

  • types of cost that may be taken into account in setting the amount of the grant (2.1.5)

For More information: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/

 

 

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