The FGYO encourages innovative projects by young people like you and encourages you to use your creativity to develop a project of your choice!
You have an idea for an innovative project with young people from different countries? The FGYO offers you the chance to have an intercultural experience as a young European.
In order to obtain the support of the FGYO, your project must contribute to stimulating interest in Franco-German and trilateral cooperation and reach diverse audiences. Funding depends on the quality of the project and its objectives, regardless of duration, number of participants or reciprocity.
Your project must not necessarily take place in form of an international meeting. For example, you can set up a digital project between young people from different countries, organize local actions to raise awareness about French or German language and culture, or organize exhibitions, readings, round tables on current affairs or a specific subject of your choice, etc.
Your trilateral project must be aimed at young people and/or be about young people.
The application may be individual or initiated by an association, a school or higher education institution, a municipality or a company, etc.
If you have an idea, send us your project with a description and a budget estimate.
A first step to trilateral cooperation
You are free to propose the theme, the format, the number of participants and the duration you wish. Follow your imagination and your interests, and organize a project that resembles you!
Is your project related to the languages, culture, current events or Franco-German friendship? Take the opportunity to discover other countries, to affirm your openness to the world and your role as a European citizen.
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.
The Franco-German Youth Office (FGYO) is an international organization working for Franco-German cooperation, which has enabled nearly 9 million young people from France and Germany to participate in 320,000 exchange programs since 1963.