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EUROPEAN COMMISSION 
DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE , FREEDOM AND SECURITY 
Directorate D: Fundamental Rights and Citizenship 
Unit D4: Financial support - Fundamental Rights and Citizenship 
SPECIFIC PROGRAMME 
"FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP"  
2007-2013
GRANT APPLICATION FORM 
Specific Transnational Projects 
 
JLS/2008/CFP/FRC/2008-1
NOTICE 
  
All  personal  data  (such  as  names,  addresses,  CVs,  etc.)  mentioned  in  your  application  form  will  be 
processed  in  accordance  with  Regulation  (EC)  No  45/2001  of  the  European  Parliament  and  of  the 
Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal 
data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.   Your replies to 
the  questions  in  this  form  are  necessary  in  order  to  assess  your  grant  application  and  they  will  be 
processed  solely  for  that  purpose  by  the  department  responsible  for  the  Community  grant  programme 
concerned. On request, you may be sent personal data to correct or complete it. For any questions relating 
to this data, please contact the Commission department to which the form must be returned. Beneficiaries 
may  lodge  a  complaint  against  the  processing  of  their  personal  data  with  the  European  Data  Protection 
Supervisor at any time (Official Journal L 8, 12.1.2001). 
  
Please read and complete this form with due care, in accordance with the guide for submitting a 
grant application. 

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0. GENERAL INFORMATION
Reference Call For 
JLS/2008/CFP/FRC/2008-1
Call for Action Grants FRC 2008-1
Applicant Reference:
Application Number:  JLS/2008/FRC/2008-1/
4000000226
1. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE APPLICANT
1.1  Identity of the applicant  (not a natural person)
1.1.1 Full legal name* (in original 
INSTITUT FOR MENNESKERETTIGHEDER
1.1.2 Organisation name in English*:
DANISH INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DIHR
1.2  Authorised signatory legally representing the organisation
1.2.1 Full Name*:
BIRGITTE KOFOD OLSEN
1.2.2 Position*:
VICE DIRECTOR
1.3 Contact Person
1.3.1 Title*:
Ms
1.3.2 Name*:
OLSEN
1.3.3 First Name*:
BIRGITTE KOFOD
1.3.4 Gender:
FEMALE
1.3.5 Position
VICE DIRESTOR
1.3.6 Direct telephone +countrycode (areacode) 
+45 (32) 698888
1.3.7 Direct fax+countrycode (areacode) number:
+45 (32) 698800
1.3.8 Email:
[email address]
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2. INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS REQUIRED
2.1 General project information
2.1.1 Project Title*:
Tracing and tackling LGBT hate crimes
2.1.1.1 Project Title* (EN/FR/
DE):
Tracing and tackling LGBT hate crimes
2.1.2 Acronym/Short title:
2.1.3 Duration*:
18
months
2.1.4 Planned start date of the project*:
01/09/2009
DD/MM/YYYY
2.1.5 Planned end date of the project:
01/03/2011
2.1.6 Language of the proposal*:
English
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2.1.7 Summary of the project* (EN/FR/DE) (max 4000 characters)
Please describe: objective(s), activities, number and type of beneficiaries, expected results, output and  
deliverables. 
See: Guide for applicants
This project targets the problem of hate crime against LGBT persons with a focus on the problems of lack of official 
data and under-reporting of hate crime incidents to the police. 
This project will for the first time strategically engage relevant authorities across the union in effective action to 
change anti-LGBT sentiment in society. To achieve this goal the project will 1) develop, improve and implement tools 
to effectively combat hate crimes against LGBT persons, 2) prevent homophobia within structures and routines of 
authorities that directly influence the work of these authorities as well as 'internalized homophobia' effecting indirectly 
victims’ readiness to report hate crimes, 3) facilitate cooperation between practitioners in different Member States, 
including Public Authorities and Civil Society Organisations, and 4) ensure the generation of future statistical 
knowledge about hate crimes on basis of reported incidents. The full potential in this project lies in the development of 
tools for a web-based reporting system and training modules that can be used and implemented across the Member 
States. 
A mapping of the situation regarding hate crime through an in-depth analysis of existing knowledge and resources on 
hate crime will be carried. This involves data collection and participatory action in nine capitals in the EU. Other 
activities include the development of information- and training material and a web-based reporting system for the use 
of police authorities, training modules for police, and active involvement of beneficiaries in the implementation of the 
project. The reporting system will be implemented and a mid-term assessment will take place including follow-up on 
the implementation process and collection of lessons learned. After the mid-term assessment a second test and 
monitoring period will run for four months followed by a concluding evaluation of the project and the development of a 
final report on hate crime against LGBT persons with a focus on reported incidents, and the possibilities for continuing 
and expanding the project to make it nation-wide and include more/all EU Member States. The report will include a 
Hate Crime Tool Kit with training and reporting modules. 
Beneficiaries are police authorities, LGBT-NGO's, ministries of justice and LGBT persons in the nine participating  
capitals - Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, London, Lisbon, Dublin, Bucharest, Riga, and Copenhagen.  
Deliverables will be as follows: a report mapping hate crimes and related best practices in participating Member 
States; a conference for exchange of knowledge and development of tools with the participation of representatives 
from LGBT NGOs, police authorities, and Ministries of Justice; electronic/print leaflets containing information about: 1) 
fundamental rights principles, 2) LGBT hate crime, 3) reporting possibilities, 4) the project and online police reporting 
system - targeting all LGBT persons in the nine cities; electronic/print leaflets containing information about: 1) 
fundamental rights principles, 2) LGBT hate crime, 3) handling of hate crime/LGBT victims, 4) the project and online 
reporting system - targeting police personnel in the nine cities. Furthermore the deliverables will be training modules 
for police officers and an online web-site and reporting system to be used by the participating police departments. The 
web-site includes the possibility for publication of stories by the partner NGOs - accessible to all. A final report will be 
worked out about hate crimes against LGBT persons and the project, including a Hate Crime Tool Kit.
Please note that if you have to print the form (see relevant guide for applicants) it is only printed what is visible on the screen. Therefore - 
while a maximum of characters is allowed to type in - be careful with carriage returns and white spaces, in order to fit the summary also 
visibly on the page.
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2.2 Specification of the content of the project
A. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES COVERED
No specific objectives to be entered
B. CORE ACTIVITY OF THE PROJECT
No core activities to be entered
C. PRIORITY COVERED BY THE PROJECT*  (at least 1 selection)
Priority 1:
Fight against homophobia
Priority 2:
Training and networking
Priority 3:
Priority 4:
Priority 5:
Priority 6:
For detailed information concerning the priorities please see section 2.2 of the call. You may also further describe 
relation between your project and priorities in Annex 1 to the application form "Description of the project".
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D. TARGET GROUP COVERED BY THE PROJECT* (at least 1 selction)
- Target Group 1
Citizens of participating countries
- Target Group 2
Civil society associations
- Target Group 3
- Target Group 4
- Target Group 5
- Target Group 6
For a detailed description of target groups please see section 2.3 of the call
3. PROJECT BUDGET INFORMATION
3.1 Project Budget Information
3.1.1 Total eligible costs*: 
Euro
623.644,15
3.1.2 Contribution in kind:
3.1.3 Project Income / Financial Contributions
3.1.3.1 Financial contribution from the applicant and the partners*:
Euro
124.728,83
3.1.3.2 Other contribution from third parties*:
Euro
0
3.1.3.3 Project related income / direct revenues from the 
Euro
0
3.1.4 EC contribution requested:
80
%
3.1.5 EC contribution requested:
498.915,32
Euro
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4. DECLARATION OF THE APPLICANT ORGANISATION
With this application the applicant organisation 
undertakes that: 
 It is not in one of the following situations, foreseen by the financial regulations of the European Communities:
Art 93 : Candidates [...] shall be excluded [...] if: 
  
a) 
they are bankrupt or being wound up, are having their affairs administered by the courts, have entered into an arrangement with creditors, have suspended 
business activities, are the subject of proceedings concerning those matters, or are in any analogous situation arising from a similar procedure provided for in 
national legislation or regulations; 
b)  they have been convicted of an offence concerning their professional conduct by a judgment which has the force of res judicata; 
c) 
they have been guilty of grave professional misconduct proven by any means which the contracting authority can justify; 
d)  they have not fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions or the payment of taxes in accordance with the legal provisions of 
the country in which they are established or with those of the country of the contracting authority or those of the country where the contract is to be 
performed; 
e) 
they have been the subject of a judgment which has the force of res judicata for fraud, corruption, involvement in a criminal organisation or any other illegal 
activity detrimental to the Communities' financial interests; 
f) 
they are currently subject to an administrative penalty referred to in Article 96(1) of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002on the 
Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities, as amended by Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) N° 1995/2006 of 13 
December 2006 (OJ L 390/2006 of 30 December 2006) and Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) N° 1525/2007 of 17 December 2007 (OJ L 343/27.12.2007, p.9), 
due to having been guilty of misrepresentation in supplying the information required by the contracting authority as a condition of participation in another 
grant or procurement procedure or failing to supply this information or due to  having been declared to be in serious breach of their obligations under 
contracts covered by the budget. 
g)  are subject to a conflict of interest; 
are guilty of misrepresentation in supplying the information required by the contracting authority as a condition of participation in the grant procedure or fail to 
supply this information. 
  
Art 94 : Contract may not  be awarded to candidates [...] who, during the [...] procedure: 
  
The applicant has the sources of financing and professional competence and qualifications specified in the Guide for submitting a grant 
application. The applicant undertakes to comply with the principles of good partnership practice. The applicant is directly responsible for the 
preparation, management and implementation of the project with its partners and is not acting as an intermediary.  The applicant and its 
partners are aware that, for the purposes of safeguarding the financial interests of the Communities, their personal data may be transferred to 
internal audit services, to the European Court of Auditors, to the Financial Irregularities Panel or to the European Anti-Fraud Office. The applicant 
is fully aware of the obligation to inform without delay the Directorate General Justice, Freedom and Security, Unit D4 to which this application is 
submitted if the same application for funding made to other European Commission departments or Community institutions has been approved 
by them after the submission of this grant application. 
Authorized Signatory in the applicant organisation
Full name
BIRGITTE KOFOD OLSEN
Position in the applicant organisation 
VICE DIRECTOR
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