SouthMed WiA: First Call evaluation results

4 October 2017 – Following the close of the 1st call on September 15th, the SouthMed WiA evaluation committee has proceed to the eligibility check and further evaluation of the applications received.

The evaluation results are herewith published:

  1. Of the 69 submitted applications, 48 project proposals were assessed as not eligible since they did not comply with the call guidelines requirements.
  2. 21 submitted applications were assessed as eligible and were graded according to the evaluation criteria. 13 of these project proposals scored a mark under the threshold of 75/100 and, consequently, were not selected; 8 of these submitted applications scored a mark equal or higher than 75/100.
  3. In compliance with the evaluation criteria and the financial provision available, 4 applications have been selected for the award of a grant.
  4. A further 4 proposals have been included in a reserve list: in case one or more of the above-mentioned applicants were not able to sign the contract and/or implement the awarded project within three months following the publication and communication of the results, the selection committee will proceed to award a grant to applicants in the reserve list.

Nonetheless, SouthMed WiA reserves the right not to award all available funds if the grantees are not capable of implementing their projects according to the selection criteria and the 1st Call Guidelines.

SouthMed WiA – Towards Greater Gender Equality: Promoting the Role and Image of Women in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector is a project co-funded by the EU within the framework of the regional programme MedFilm. It was launched on the 1st of February 2017 for a thirty-months period and is implemented by a consortium led by Interarts in Spain, three non-governmental organizations: Culture & Media Agency Europe (CUMEDIAE) in Belgium, Permanent Conference of the Mediterranean Audiovisual Operators (COPEAM) in Italy, Screen Institute Beirut (SIB) in Lebanon and the Superior School of Audiovisual and Cinema (ESAC) in Tunisia.

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