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Applications invited for Commitment to Survivors of National Socialist Persecution Program (Poland)

Applications invited for Commitment to Survivors of National Socialist Persecution Program (Poland)


Deadline: 31-May-21

The Stiftung “Erinnerung, Verantwortung und Zukunft” (EVZ) is currently accepting applications for the Commitment to Survivors of National Socialist Persecution in Poland (PoMoc Program).

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An estimated 50,000 people who were persecuted by the National Socialist occupying power still live in Poland. The challenges facing survivors of National Socialist persecution in their everyday lives as very elderly persons are similar to those facing other seniors in Poland.

Above all, these include loneliness, insufficient knowledge of their own rights, low pensions and social benefits, often insufficient health care and difficulty accessing information in an increasingly digitalized world.

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Objectives

The objective of the PoMoc program is to ensure that survivors of National Socialist persecution in Poland can continue to enjoy a good, dignified, and self-determined life in their old age. Specifically, the funding of projects as part of the PoMoc program is to ensure that:

the survivors are socially integrated and participate in society;
the survivors feel better provided for regarding their basic physical and mental needs;
the survivors know their rights and have access to state and other services;
organizations and individuals working on behalf of the survivors have better expert knowledge.
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In the funding decision, special preference will be given to projects:

whose target groups consist to at least 75 percent of survivors of National Socialist persecution
that plan activities for less mobile survivors in their home or neighborhood.
Funding Information

Funding sum: up to 30,000 euros per year
Project duration: at least 12 months, maximal 24 months
Projects are expected to begin on September 1, 2021 at the earliest
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The primary target group of the activities is survivors of National Socialist persecution in Poland. This includes survivors of National Socialist concentration camps, the ghettos and National Socialist forced labor, Holocaust survivors (Jews and Roma), and other groups of people persecuted by the National Socialist occupying power, for example forcibly ‘Germanized’ children. Secondary target groups include older people born before May 1945 who were victims of National Socialist population and occupation policies. The participation of other seniors is only possible to a small extent and only during group activities.
The professional and methodological further training measures are aimed at the funded organizations and their personnel as well as at professionals, volunteers, and care-giving family members of the survivors involved in the project.
What will not be Funded?
Home or hospital care, health resort stays
Costs for the ongoing work of interest group or victim associations
Projects that consist solely of forwarding material aid to survivors (e.g. reimbursement of medication and food purchases)
Projects that exclusively serve the purpose of remembering or commemorating the victims of National Socialism
Construction or investments in construction
Academic work and publications
Eligibility Criteria

The call for proposals is aimed at civic, non-profit organizations and institutions that are committed to the survivors of National Socialist persecution in Poland or wish to be in the future.
Projects in partnerships between German and Polish organizations are possible.
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