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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 
Action Grant call FRC 2009/2010 combined
GRANT APPLICATION FORM 
Specific Transnational Projects 
Action Grants 
 
JLS/2009-2010/FRAC/AG
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  Union  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 Applicants. 

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0. GENERAL INFORMATION
JLS/2009-2010/FRAC/AG
Action Grant call FRC 2009/2010 combined
Language of the proposal*:
English
Application Number:
JLS/2009-2010/FRAC/AG / 4000001279
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*:
MIE ROESDAHL
1.2.2 Position*:
EDUCATION DIRECTOR
1.3 Contact Person
1.3.1 Title*:
Ms
1.3.2 Name*:
ROESDAHL
1.3.3 First Name*:
MIE
1.3.4 Gender:
FEMALE
1.3.5 Position
EDUCATION DIRECTOR
1.3.6 Direct telephone +countrycode (areacode) 
+45 (045) 32698994
1.3.7 Direct fax+countrycode (areacode) number:
+45 (045) 32698880
1.3.8 Email:
[email address]
1.3.9 
STRANDGADE
1.3.10 
1.3.11 House 
56
1.3.12 Building:
1.3.13 Room Number:
1.3.14 Floor:
1.3.15 PO 
1.3.16 Postal 
1401
1.3.17 Town/
COPENHAGEN
1.3.18 
DK
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1.4 Grants, including operating grants, or contracts obtained in the three previous years by the applicant 
organisation (as applicant or partner) from European Union institutions. 
 
EU programme in question / for 
Duration   Amount of the 
Year of award   procurement contracts name of Unit and 
Reference number and title of the 
of the grant 
contract or 
(DD/MM/YYYY)
DG 
operation
(months)
grant (EUR)
Fundamental Rights and Citizenship 
12/10/2009
Programme/ Unit 4 Financial Support, 
JLS/2008/RFC-1/4000000226
18
493.107
Renatas Mazeika
Fundamental Rights and Citizenship 
12/10/2009
Programme/Unit 4 Financial Support, 
JLS/2008/RFC-1/4000000241
18
623.448
Renatas Mazeika
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1.5 Grant applications submitted (or due to be submitted) by the applicant organisation to European 
Union institutions in the current year. 
 
Amount of the 
Year 
EU programme in question
Tittle of the operation
contract or 
(DD/MM/YYYY)
grant (EUR)
Fundamental Rights and Citizenship 
04/05/2010
Programme
Fight Against Homophobia in Schools
997 275,15
Fundamental Rights and Citizenship 
One-door Web Portal on Fundamental Rights and 
04/05/2010
Programme
Citizenship for School Teachers and Children
978.567,95
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2. INFORMATION CONCERNING THE PARTNERS
2.1 . List of partners involved in the project of the applicant (minimum number as specified in the call): 
(The name of the applicant organisation should not be included.)
Legal name of the Organisation
Name of the Legal Representative
Country
1
LGBT Denmark , the national Organization for Gay Men, Lesbians, 
Bisexuals and Transgender People
Martin K.I.Christensen
DK
2
GLEN - Gay and Lesbian Equality Network
Sanrda Irwin-Gowran
IE
3
LGBT and Friends' Association Mozaika
Linda Freimane
LT
4
Campaign Against Homophobia
Marta Abramowicz
PL
5
ILGA-Portugal
Paulo-Côrte-Real
PT
6
FELGBT -Federacio Estatal De Lesbianas, Gays, Transexuales y 
Bisexuales
Antonio Poveda Martinez
ES
7
RFSL
Maria Sjödin
SE
8
European Region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Trans and Intersex 
Association
Evelyne Paradis
BE
9
COWI
Louise Krabbe Boserup
DK
10 ACCEPT Association
Alina Oancea
RO
11 Bilitis Resource Center Foundation
Monika Pisankaneva-Zlateva
BG
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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3. INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS REQUIRED
3.1 General project information
3.1.1 Project Title*:
Fight Against Homophobia in Schools
(The title is limited to 40 characters, therefore please abbreviate accordingly. You may insert a longer title as the first 
line under 3.2 project summary)
3.1.2 Duration*:
24
months
3.1.3 Planned start date of the project*:
01/10/2010
DD/MM/YYYY
3.1.4 Planned end date of the project:
01/10/2012
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3.2 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's overall goal is to develop and implement a number of Educational Tools and resources for teachers and 
students in middle and high schools in 10 European countries in order to: 
1. Secure that homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity are 
discusses and fought against in schools throughout Europe 
2. Provide teachers of middle and high schools with necessary tools to identify and tackle homophobia, transphobia 
and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity in school contexts 
3. Empower local LGBT NGOs and Ministries of Education to play an active role in fight against homophobia, 
transphobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools  
The Danish Institute for Human Rights (hereinafter DIHR) will together with 10 local NGOs in 10 European countries 
develop and implement a web based resource center on homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on grounds of 
sexual orientation and gender identity for middle and high school teachers and children. The website will contain 
backgrounds information, best practice catalogue, reports and other relevant materials on homophobia, transphobia 
and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity in Europe. The information for the website will 
be tailor-made for each target group of this project: students of middle and high schools; teachers of middle and high 
schools and local LGBT NGOs. The project team will have in mind needs and wishes of each target group when 
tailor-making the information on the website. The website and its content will also be translated to the languages of 
participating countries.  
Besides, DIHR will develop three Educational Tool Kits: One for Students; One for Teachers and One for NGOs. Each 
Tool Kit will provide its users with relevant and tailor-made information on homophobia, transphobia and 
discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity, as well as a number of useful tools on how to 
address these issues in each target groups' respective contexts. As a part of the project, DIHR will together with its 
local partners conduct a training seminar, during which school teachers from participating countries will be trained to 
use the Educational Tool Kit for Teachers and Children in their respective contexts. During the seminar, the teachers 
will develop their own training course or a theme day on homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on grounds of 
sexual orientation and gender identity. Upon their arrival home, they will commit themselves to test their course or 
theme day at their own schools. Local partners will be responsible for monitoring and evaluating the testing. The 
feedback, collected during the testing workstream, will be used in order to adjust the Educational Tool Kits. 
The final versions of Educational Tool Kits will be uploaded on the website. 
The main deliverables of this project will be: the website in 10 European languages; 3 Educational Tool Kits for 
students, teachers and LGBT NGOs and the report on situation of homophobia, transphobia and discrimination on 
grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools of the participating countries. The report will also include 
"lessons learned" and a list of recommendations, generated during this project. The applicant will also secure that this 
project's deliverables are properly disseminated and maintained, also after the end of project period.  
Besides the participating countries, we believe that all EU countries will benefit from this project and its deliverables. 
The web based character of this project, together with the variety of languages, which its deliverables will be 
translated into and a sufficient dissemination strategy, will secure that as many stakeholders throughout Europe as 
possible, will get access to its outputs and products.
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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3.3 Specification of the content of the project
PRIORITY COVERED BY THE PROJECT*  (at least 1 selection)
Priority 1:
Fight against homophobia
Priority 2:
Rights of the child
Priority 3:
Combating racism
Priority 4:
Priority 5:
Priority 6:
For detailed information concerning the priorities please see the call. 
4. PROJECT BUDGET INFORMATION
(Important: The amounts in this section must be identical to the final budget (Excel) which you 
will submit with this application form)

4.1 Project Budget Information
4.1.1 Total direct costs A+B+C+D+E*:
1.166.275,16
Euro
4.1.2 Overheads*:
81.000
Euro
6,95
%
4.1.3 Total eligible costs*: 
1.247.275,16
Euro
4.1.4 Incomes
4.1.4.1 Financial contribution from the applicant and the partners*:
Euro
250.000
4.1.4.2 Other contribution from third parties*:
Euro
0
4.1.5 EC contribution requested:
997.275,16
Euro
79,96
%
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5. DECLARATION BY THE APPLICANT
The applicant, represented by the undersigned, being the authorised signatory of the applicant, hereby declares that: 
  
It is not in one of the situations foreseen by the Financial Regulation of the European Communities [Council Regulation (EC, 
Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 on the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities 
(OJ L248/16.09.2002)], which would exclude it from taking part in a Community grant programme:  
  
Art 93: Candidates [...] shall be excluded [...] if: 
  
· 
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; 
· 
they have been convicted of an offence concerning their professional conduct by a judgment which has the force of 
res judicata; 
· 
they have been guilty of grave professional misconduct proven by any means which the contracting authority can 
justify; 
· 
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; 
· 
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; 
· 
they are currently subject to an administrative penalty referred to in Article 96(1); 
· 
have  been  declared  to  be  in  serious  breach  of  contract  for  failure  to  comply  with  their  contractual  obligations 
subsequent to another procurement procedure or grant award procedure financed by the Community budget. 
  
I have been informed that, under the Financial Regulation of the European Communities (art. 94), contracts shall not be 
awarded to candidates who, during the procedure: 
· 
are subject to a conflict of interest; 
· 
are guilty of serious misrepresentation in supplying the information required by the contracting authority as 
a condition of participation in the contract procedure or fail to supply this information. 
  
The  applicant  has  the  sources  of  financing  and  professional  competence  and  qualifications  for  submitting  a  grant 
application. 
  
The applicant is directly responsible for the preparation, management and implementation of the activities and is not 
acting as an intermediary. 
  
  
  
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  Union  institutions  has  been  approved  by  them  after  the  submission  of  this  grant 
application. 
  
 
Date*: 03/05/2010
DD/MM/
YYYY
Authorized Signatory of the applicant organisation
Full name*:
MIE ROESDAHL
Position in the applicant organisation*: 
EDUCATION DIRECTOR
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