While your project might not be explicitly linked to the CAP as such, it will have to communicate on at least one/several aspects of its policy areas. For more information on the policy areas of the CAP, please see http://europa.eu/pol/agr/index_en.htm.
Please see the Communication Awards eligibility criteria.
Yes, size does not matter! Projects can be small or large in size and budget. All applications will be assessed against the evaluation criteria, not against their size.
No, unless your project has received a grant for information measures relating to the Common Agricultural Policy. To avoid unfair competition, these projects will be automatically placed in the award category ‘EU co-financed actions’.
You can choose any category or the category that seems most relevant to your project. The selection process has been designed in such a way that the jury can shift your application to another category if this is deemed more appropriate.
If you are particularly proud of the innovative and/or creative features of your project. Here we are looking for the most attractive, persuasive, humorous, interactive or creative actions. Your action can (but does not have to) include: creative events, presentations, visuals, advertisements, info graphics, video clips, viral ads, mobile applications, websites etc.
No, each project can only be entered once.
Applicants may submit up to three different projects in total, under one or various award categories.
To apply, create an account and you will receive an email confirmation with a link. Click on the link to be directed to the Communication Awards online application form.
You can come back to complete or correct your application at any time before 22 Oct 12:00 CET as long as you have not yet clicked on ‘submit’.
We accept applications from any project partner, but preferably the lead project partner or main organiser should apply on behalf of the partnership.
No, you do not need to translate the project or its communication materials in order to apply. However, application forms must be completed in English, French or German.
The ‘project summary’ section of the application form may be used on the European Commission’s website or in publications produced by DG Agriculture and Rural Development.