The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is one of the EU’s most important policies. It is a partnership between agriculture and society and between Europe and its farmers. It is a common policy for all the countries and citizens of the EU and benefits them in various ways.
It supports farmers and improves agricultural production, maintains rural areas and landscapes, keeps the rural economy alive and helps tackle climate change and the sustainable management of natural resources. The Information Measures Relating to the Common Agricultural Policy Programme (IMCAP) supports the CAP by funding measures that provide information about it.
For individual questions on the Portal Submission System, please contact the:
Non-IT related questions should be sent to the following email address: AGRIGRANTS@ec.europa.eu.
Code: 24987 | Identifier Code: IMCAP-2023-INFOME | Programme name: Information Measures for the Common Agricultural Policy (IMCAP) | Start submission calls: 08/11/2022 | End submission calls: 05/01/2023
The general objective of the call is to inform citizens, farmers and non-farmers alike and to promote information about the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), including the national CAP Strategic Plans (i.e. the policy and its benefits for the citizens of the EU).
Code: 16399 | Identifier Code: IMCAP-2022-INFOME | Programme name: Information Measures for the Common Agricultural Policy (IMCAP) | Start submission calls: 28/10/2021 | End submission calls: 25/01/2022
The general objective of the call is to build trust within the EU and amongst all citizens, farmers and non-farmers alike and to promote information about the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) (i.e. the policy and its benefits for the citizens of the EU). The focus should be on addressing misperceptions and disinformation about European agriculture and the CAP, using facts and backed up with data with a view to raising public awareness on the relevance of EU support to agriculture and rural development through the CAP.