FJC Europe Funded by the EU FJC Europe

European Alliance
for Hope and

We are the European Network of multidisciplinary approach
of genderbased, domestic violence and child abuse and
Family Justice Centers

Call for proposals

Grants to support and develop multidisciplinary centers on GBV and DV

Information about the grants

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In 2024, the European Family Justice Center Alliance (EFJCA) will offer its Privileged FJC Members the opportunity to receive financial support through grants.
Who can apply?

Organisations must fulfill all t he criteria listed below to apply:

  • Be a privileged member of the EFJCA
  • Be a legal entity (NGO or public institution)
  • Be established in a Member State of the European Union, including overseas countries and territories (OCTs)
  • Respect EU values as laid down in Art. 2 of the Treaty on European Union and the EU Charter of fundamental rights.

The proposed projects must have an overall budget between EUR 15.000 and EUR 22.000

Activities that are eligible to receive funding are:

  • Development and establishment of new FJCs and related multidisciplinary centers.
  • Embedding good and evidence-based practices within existing FJCs and related multidisciplinary models
  • On-the-floor training in specialized multidisciplinary services for starting FJCs and related multidisciplinary centers
  • Capacity building
  • Programs on sexual violence and collaboration with services specific for sexual violence.
  • Programs for involving and empowering victims/survivors and organizing peer-group-support
  • Working on sustainability: design of a process by which long term strategy both policy-wise, organizationally, financially as well as the development of the services, are to be worked through, with a professional policy making specialist to guide this process
  • Organizing stakeholder-meetings, conducting a local survey and setting up the process towards multidisciplinary approach for starting centers
  • Improving specialized interventions for specific groups
  • Awareness raising and training on Non-Fatal Strangulation and ‘Intimate Terror and Coercive


Timetable and deadlines

Call opening
30 January 2024

Online meeting for applicants – general information
28 February 2024, 16:00 – 17:00 CET

Deadline for submissions
31 March 2024

April 2024

Information on evaluation results
April 2024

Signing of Grant Agreements
April/May 2024

Maximum project duration
May 2024 – February 2025 (10 months)

Grant management system

To reach the grant management system, click here