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European Citizen's Prize 2022

European Citizen’s Prize 2022

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Submit or nominate a project for European Citizen’s Prize 2022!

The European Citizen’s Prize recognizes initiatives that contribute to European cooperation and the promotion of common values.

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Prize Area

  • Projects promoting better mutual understanding as well as closer integration between citizens of the Member States or facilitating cross-border or transnational cooperation within the European Union.
  • Also, projects involving long-term, cross-border or transnational cultural cooperation contribute to the strengthening of a European spirit.
  • Projects linked to the current European Year (if applicable).
  • In addition, projects giving concrete expression to the values enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

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Eligibility criteria

  • Citizens who are either national of an EU Member State or third-country nationals who reside legally on the territory of the Union
  • Only projects carried out exclusively within the EU Member States or partially within the EU Member States  shall be considered;
  • Groups, associations, as well as organizations with legal personalities. They are eligible only if they are registered in an EU Member State at the date of the submission of their nomination or application.

Citizens, groups of citizens, associations, or organizations can apply for the European Citizen’s Prize for projects they have carried out. Else, they can also nominate one other citizen, group, association, or organization for the European Citizen’s Prize.

Moreover, members of the European Parliament have the right to submit nominations – one per Member each year.

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Selection Process

The selection takes place in two stages:

  1. National juries shall propose a maximum of five potential winners (not in priority order) from their Member States to the Chancellery of the European Citizen’s Prize.
  2. The Chancellery selects the winning projects out of the shortlisted ones that were provided by the national juries.

The Chancellery chooses at least one winner from each Member State. In exceptional cases, the Chancellery can choose more than one winner for a Member State. However, the number of awards each year has a limitation to a quota of a maximum of 50 winners.

To apply or nominate a project please use this form. For more information, write to [email protected].



Type of Opportunity Competitions and Awards
Deadline18 April,2022
Open toAll
Organizer The European Parliament
Contact the organizer[email protected]



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