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DG Home Affairs: crime prevention

The Directorate-General for Home Affairs invites proposals under its general call for action grants for the prevention of, and fight against, crime.

Funding will provide up to 90 per cent of eligible costs for actions on the following themes: the threat posed by chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials and explosives; radicalisation leading to terrorism; trafficking in human beings; sexual exploitation of children and the illegal use of the internet; financial and economic crime; cross-border law enforcement cooperation, particularly relating to information exchange and access; operational law enforcement cooperation; cross-border law-enforcement cooperation in the field of drug supply reduction; possibilities for the use of privately held information; training; projects on illegal trafficking in firearms; prevention of crime; improved connectivity to Europol; protection and integration of witnesses and victims of organised crime.

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