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CALL FOR LOCAL PROJECT 2022-2023 “For brotherhood, against racism and anti-Semitism, against anti-LGBT+ hatred”

Updated on 11/24/2022

LOCAL PAA  "For brotherhood, against racism and anti-Semitism, against anti-LGBT+ hatred"

“Under the auspices of Ms. Elisabeth BORNE, Prime Minister, and Ms. Isabelle LONVIS-ROME, Minister in charge of Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, the call is launched for a local project to be carried out by the Interministerial Delegation for the fight against racism, anti-Semitism and anti-LGBT hatred (DILCRAH) and the departmental prefects accompanying the two national plans piloted by DILCRAH support and encourage society’s initiatives opposed to racist, anti-Semitic or LGBT people -use hostile hatred and prejudice.

In continuity with the previous edition, the call for local projects 2022-2023 is fully decentralized and aims to support the actions of state services and the mobilization of civil society against racism, anti-Semitism, anti-LGBT+ hatred and discrimination based on these criteria.

This year, the call for local projects will be expanded to include the criterion of actual or perceived belonging or non-belonging to an ethnic group, a nation, a so-called race or a specific religion. This discrimination criterion may be the subject of DILCRAH funding as part of the extension of the next national plan to combat racism and anti-Semitism to address these issues, as may discrimination based on sexuality and gender identity.

The call for local projects, endowed with 2.6 million euros, supports education, prevention, training and victim support measures as well as communication and organizational events in connection with the fight against racism and anti-Semitism and the fight against anti-LGBT+ hatred.
Let’s fight together for brotherhood! “

Who can apply?

This call for local projects is primarily aimed at structures whose main purpose is to combat racism, anti-Semitism and/or anti-LGBT+ hatred. They can be made up of professionals and/or volunteers, of the associative type or not. Associations according to the law of 1901, cultural institutions as well as schools and universities are therefore eligible to apply.

Which projects can be supported?

This call for local projects aims to support actions territorial scope that are in line with the objectives of the National Plans to Combat Racism and Antisemitism and Measures for Equality, Against Hate and Anti-LGBT+ Discrimination 2020-2023.

The new national plan to combat racism, antisemitism and discrimination based on these criteria will be presented in December 2022. This plan focuses on the following:

Axis 1 – Affirmation (Reality and Universalism)

Axis 2 – Action (Racism, Antisemitism and Discrimination)

Axis 3 – Training (all actors)

Axis 4 – Sanction (the offenders)

Axis 5 – Support (Public and Territories)

The projects presented must clearly refer to this.

Eligible projects are therefore those falling under the following priorities:

• the promotion of brotherhood, civic engagement, the fight against racist, anti-Semitic and anti-LGBT prejudices and stereotypes, actions for young people, during school, after-school and extra-curricular times;

• Quantitative assessment of racism, anti-Semitism, anti-LGBT hatred and their impact on victims;

• the production of online resources and alternative discourses and the development of online hate speech reporting;

• Information and media education, prevention of offenses and recurrence/recidivism, raising awareness of social partners and actors in the world of work, support for victims and communication activities and organization of events against hate and anti-LGBT+ discrimination;

• Valuing sites of history and memory, including reminders of slavery, the slave trade and its abolition;

• Supporting and training actors in the fight against racism and anti-Semitism and/or anti-LGBT+ hatred;

• Actions carried out by LGBT+ centers (excluding operations benefiting from a special budget announced by the Prime Minister on August 4, 2022);

• the development of citizenship courses and accountability measures, particularly in partnership with memorials and heritage sites;

• Support for victims of racism, anti-Semitism and/or anti-LGBT+ hatred and

Collection of qualitative data, especially from the words of victims;

  • Participation in the education and action week against racism and anti-Semitism in March 2023;
  • Participation in events around the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia on May 17 and LGBT+ Pride Marches.

Which projects are rejected?

Projects that don’t make concrete and direct connection with the priorities of the two national plans as well as those related to general issues or not falling within the area of ​​combating racism, anti-Semitism and/or anti-LGBT+ hatred (general issues related to “citizenship”, “living together”, “values” such as : “the values ​​of sport”.

Projects related to gender equality, women’s rights, sexism, radicalisation, secularism, equal opportunities, discrimination (and projects implemented by local authorities) are rejected.

How are applications selected?

The applications are checked on the spot by the competent state bodies appointed by the prefect of the department. The final program will be validated by the Operational Committee against Racism, Antisemitism and Anti-LGBT Hatred (CORAH), co-chaired by the Department’s Prefect and the Public Prosecutor.

DILCRAH intervenes in support of the departmental prefectures. It reserves the right, in coordination with the CORAHs, to verify the reality of the local actions funded and their adequacy with the priorities of the national plans and this call for local project proposals.

What are the winners’ obligations?

The funded structures undertake to implement their project primarily in the course of 2023 (projects that are carried out between September and December 2022 can also be included).

The funded structures undertake to comply the republican values ​​of liberty, equality, fraternity and the principle of secularity by signing the republican treaty of commitment.

The funded structures must display the DILCRAH logo on all communication media related to the funded action and in order to:

– Consult the directory of DILCRAH partners accessible at the following address

– Register your events in the agenda of DILCRAH partners, accessible at the following address


  • October 21, 2022: Start of the new call for tenders for local projects
  • From October 21, 2022 to December 4, 2022 : Application to the prefectures
  • From December 5 to January 13, 2023 : Local teaching and selection of projects by the prefectures
  • From December 10th to December 1stah February 2023 : Establishment of Operational Committees against Racism, Antisemitism and Anti-LGBT Hatred (CORAH)
  • 1ah February 2023 : Transmission of the projects validated in CORAH to DILCRAH
  • From February 15, 2023 : Notification by the DILCRAH of the departmental envelopes to notify the prefectures to the project managers of the results of the call for local projects

The application folder with the Bouches-du-Rhône prefecture must be submitted exclusively on the simplified procedures platform the form for which can be accessed at the following link:

There is no need to duplicate the process by mailing a file.

The documents to be attached to the application are indicated in the form of the platform for simplified procedures. Especially :

  • The CERFA form no. 12156*06
  • Statutes regularly explained.
  • The duly declared list of persons responsible for the administration of the association (composition of the council, office, etc.). Membership is not required if the association is listed in the national register of associations (RNA).
  • A bank statement with an address matching the SIRET number.
  • If the application documents are not signed by the legal representative of the association, the power of attorney granted by the latter is transferred to the signatory.
  • The approved annual accounts for the last closed financial year.
  • The auditor’s report for clubs that have appointed one, especially those that have received more than 153,000 euros in donations or grants annually.
  • Last approved activity report.
  • The financial report of the subsidy if the project leader was subsidized in year n-1.

The departmental officer is: Ms. Fabienne Serina, Office of the Deputy Prefect for Equal Opportunities [email protected]

The winners of the Call for Projects will be be informed of the amount of the grant awarded to them and the terms of payment of this grant by means of a notification letter accessible through simplified procedures. Refusal decisions will also be accessible via simplified procedures.

Link to the Bouches-du-Rhône application dossier on simplified procedures :

> AAP Local BdR Dilcrah 2022_2023.odt – Format: pdf
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> CERFA 12156-06 Appendix 2 – Format: pdf
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