Individuals or organisations may apply for financial support from the ESC for activities that are in accordance with the aims of the Society as described in the Statutes. They comprise:
This grant may be used to support an individual, group, institute or organisation with a project related to the aims of the ESC. Examples include: research, audit, review, needs assessment. The money must be used for a definite project within a definite time period.
This grant may be used to support a regional or local course or meeting within Europe related to the aims of the ESC. At least one speaker must be a member of the ESC board, with their expenses paid out of the grant.
The ESC will provide funding to support a humanitarian aid project each year. The venue may be anywhere in the world, but MUST be oriented and related to contraception, sexual and/or reproductive health. The money MUST be used for a defined project within a definite time frame.
The decision process for granting a project, course or meeting is described in the rules & policies.
The members of the Internal Scientific Committee (ISC) initially review all applications by scoring each application -excluded those applications the ISC member is involved- on the following items:
The final decision is made after consulting all Board members.
The decision process for granting a humanitarian aid project is also described in the rules & policies.
The members of the Executive Committee (EC) supported by 2 Board members are involved in the selection procedure. The final decision is made by the Executive Committee.