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FAQ
Paris 2024

For national and regional projects:

– 1: project relevance and positive societal impact

– 2: identified beneficiaries

– 3: added value for the appointed organisation and local stakeholders

– 4: quality of the action plan

– 5: innovative nature and expansion of the project

– 6: quality and credibility of the appointed organisation and consortium

– 7: quality of the economic model and long-term viability of the project

– 8: maturity and measurement of the impact of the project

 

For local projects:

– 1: project relevance and positive societal impact

– 2: identified beneficiaries

– 3: added value for the appointed organisation and local stakeholders

– 4: pooling of resources

– 5: quality of the appointed organisation

– 6: budget credibility

– 7: equality

– 8: support for the environmental transition

– 9: operational nature and consistency of project

 

Actions undertaken in all projects must protect equality, particularly gender equality. The projects must contribute to the combat against any and all forms of discrimination. What’s more, they must support every step of the environmental transition by minimising their impact on the environment and encouraging all other related initiatives.

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