The FGYO encourages innovative activities aimed at reaching new young audiences, especially if they are initiated by and for young people not yet familiar with Franco-German and trilateral cooperation.
Whether in the form of a trilateral exchange, a digital project between young people in France, Germany and another country, or in form of local actions to raise awareness of German or French language and culture, such as exhibitions or readings. If your project is original, we would love to know more about it!
To obtain a grant of € 1,234, the project must concern young people and stimulate their interest in Franco-German cooperation, and possibly include a third country.
Applications may be handed in by individuals or associations, schools or educational institutions, municipalities, companies, etc.
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Advantages of the program
The FGYO offers young people who are still unaccustomed to participating in international projects to take part in specific actions and thus to familiarize themselves with Franco-German and international cooperation. For the FGYO, it is a question of offering these young people a first experience of international mobility, thus fostering their European mindsets.
Young people are free to propose the theme, the support, the number of participants and the duration they wish. These innovative projects must appeal to their creativity.
The grant of € 1,234 allows young people to give free rein to their imagination, without worrying about the financing of their project, so they can concentrate on its content and carrying it out.
How to sign up
For 1234 projects, the grant application must be sent to the central organization or directly to the FGYO.
Applications submitted after the start of the project cannot be accepted.
Expenditures under projects 1234 must be listed in the supporting documents, and the total expenses listed must at least justify the amount of the subsidy of € 1,234.
The grant application and the statement of account must be submitted on the forms of the FGYO.