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ENSP Framework project 2001-2002 / Francis Grogna (2003)
Titre : ENSP Framework project 2001-2002 : summary of final reports Type de document : document électronique Auteurs : Francis Grogna, Directeur de publication, rédacteur en chef ; Paloma Martin, Compilateur ; Sophie Vandamme, Collaborateur ; Sophie Kazan, Collaborateur ; David King, Collaborateur Editeur : European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention (ENSP) Année de publication : 2003 Importance : 147 p. Langues : Anglais (eng) Catégories : [DIVERS] géographie:Europe
[DIVERS] type de document:rapport
Index. décimale : TA 0.3 Modes d'action des professionnels Résumé : The European Network for Smoking Prevention was created in 1997 with the mission of developing a co-ordinated approach among non-governmental organisations active in tobacco control in Europe. One of the objectives is to initiate and co-ordinate joint framework grant applications to the European Commission in the field of tobacco control. The aim being to promote high quality, European projects with a wide geographical coverage, and by doing do adding value to single, stand-alone projects. From past experience there was a clear need for a change in the application procedure. Overlapping between projects was frequent and projects generally showed very little European added value. In response to this ENSP proposed to the European Commission that it changed its procedure from passive project collection to pro-active, co-ordinated project building. Instead on introducing a multitude of small applications, ENSP suggested that interested parties should be invited to submit project proposals to ENSP several months before the submission deadline of the Commission. For this purpose an innovative project building procedure was developed which would become an accepted, ongoing process. Each year ENSP develops action priorities to promote a co-ordinated approach to European tobacco control policy. Based on these priorities combined with the funding conditions of the European Commission, a call for expression of interest to the tobacco control community is launched several months in advance of the official
Commission call for proposals. Those project proposals that can be developed into large scale European grant applications are grouped according to priority sectors. The project building procedure starts with a workshop in Brussels where EU funding conditions are explained and project partners have the opportunity to meet, share views and start developing the co-ordinated project grant application. Once individual project grant applications have been developed, they are regrouped into an ENSP framework grant application. Following a call for expression of interest to the tobacco control community in March 2000, a framework grant application was introduced for funding to the European Commission in September of the same year.
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