An open call for youth-led actions aimed to advance the green transition
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Background
- 3. Objectives, Scope, and Activities
- 4. Timetable
- 5. Available Budget
- 6. Admissibility and documents
- 7. Eligibility
- 8. Exclusion
- 9. Financial provisions
- 10. Award Criteria
- 11. Visibility
- 12. Processing of personal data
- Download here the full Call for proposals description
- Download here the Application Guidelines
- Download here the list of eligible territories
- Download here the Participation Agreement
10. Award Criteria
Eligible applications will be assessed on a 100-point score basis in accordance to the following criteria:
⭐️ Relevance: Description of the background and objectives of the project. Identification and description of the target group or "less exposed people" to whom the action is addressed. Presentation of the ideas that will be developed to increase the participation of this target group to the green transition.
- Minimum: 25 points
- Maximum: 50 points
⭐️ Organisation of the work: Explanation of how the team will manage, and monitor the organisation of the work. Explanation of how this target group will be involved in the activities. A timeline of the planned activities is recommended.
- Minimum: 20 points
- Maximum: 35 points
⭐️ Impact and sustainability: Description of how the project will measure participation and results. Description of how the project is innovative, experimental, or how it can be exemplary for others. Explanation of what is foreseen to ensure sustainability of the project.
- Minimum: 5 points
- Maximum: 15 points
🌐 Overall scores:
- Minimum: 50 points
- Maximum: 100 points
The evaluation will abide by the following criteria:
- Minimum score per criterion: Proposals scoring less than 50% of the maximum score for any award criterion will be considered of insufficient quality and rejected.
- Minimum total score: Proposals with a total score of fewer than 50 points at the end of the evaluation process will be considered of insufficient quality and rejected.
Proposals that pass the criterion thresholds AND the overall threshold will be considered for funding within the limits of the available call budget. At least one eligible project per Member State will be selected, provided that the project proposal passes the minimum requirements for selection.
Other proposals will be rejected.
The evaluation process and selection of awarded projects are ensured by an Evaluation Committee composed of a group of impartial external evaluators who will be nominated by the consortium following a transparent selection process. The final list of selected projects will be validated by the European Commission.
Rejected applicants will have ten days from notification of the result of the selection process to request further clarification on their application.