WORKING WITH DG ECHO AS AN NGO PARTNER | 2021 - 2027
Yes, the Commission has the right to use the Partners’ materials, documents and information royalty-free, including the use for its own purposes, distribution to the public, editing or redrafting and translation.
DG ECHO provides guidance on taking account data protection risks in humanitarian activities as part of the Thematic Policy Document on Cash Transfers, whilst further specific guidance, including suggested resources to refer to, is included in the Single Form Guidelines. No additional dedicated guidance on this subject is currently deemed necessary or foreseen.
Art. 187 of the Financial Regulation recognizes affiliated entities. However, DG ECHO does not currently use this feature.
It should be clearly displayed on the website that the organisation obtained EU Humanitarian Partnership Certificate. It is not necessary display the Certificate (its picture) itself.
The coordinator is the only one having access to the draft/submitted proposal. All beneficiaries have access to APPEL and an obligation to keep their information updated (e.g. address, contact details etc.).