Migration, de-colonisation and multicultural European societies

Migration, de-colonisation and multicultural European societies

CALL 4

Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV), European Remembrance – 2024 (CERV-2024-CITIZENS-REM), CERV-2024-CITIZENS-REM-HISTMIGRATION – Migration, de-colonisation and multicultural European societies

Deadline of the call: 06.06.2024

Location: EU Member States, non-EU countries associated with the Programme.

Objective: As a way to contribute to the objectives of the EU Anti-Racism Action Plan 2020-2025, projects under this priority should explore the legacy of colonialism, inside and outside Europe, and its impact on contemporary multicultural European societies. Topics such as discrimination and racism are still linked with these experiences and play a major role in European memory throughout most of EU’s societies. In line with the EU Roma Strategic Framework for equality, inclusion and participation, projects can also raise awareness of Roma history and culture as a way to contribute to strengthening multicultural European societies. Projects under this priority can also deal with common European experiences of migration that can be linked to a multitude of events such as wars, transition moments, colonisation and de-colonisation, economic impacts, persecution, or others.