Grants for the translation of works originally written in Catalan or Aranese
The applicant should consult the Grant Rules and the Grant Call, given that some changes have been made with respect to previous years. The application forms filled out must be from the current year 2019.
This summary is for information purposes only and is not legally binding.
Translation of works originally written in Catalan or Aranese: fiction, poetry, drama, graphic novels, non-fiction, works in the Humanities field and children’s books.
These grants are available to Spanish and foreign publishers, self-employed individuals and legal entities. The applicants must meet the following requirements and conditions:
publish the work after the date of the final resolution until November 30 of the following year
hold the rights to publish the work
publish the work in print format and distribute it commercially through bookshops (online publications, print on demand and self-publishing are excluded)
Only the translator's fees are considered grant-supported expenditure. In the case of poetry anthologies, the anthologist's fees are also considered grant-funded expenditure.
Foreign applicants (self-employed individuals and legal entities) who have applied for a grant to the Institut Ramon Llull in the past.
Foreign applicants (self-employed individuals and legal entities) requesting an Institut Ramon Llull grant for the first time. In this case, accreditation is required. The Ramon Llull Institut is responsible for generating and sending this after having verified the documentation accrediting the applicant’s identity.
The accreditation (user and password) is valid for five years from the date of issue, unless there is some change in the documents provided, of which the IRL must be informed.
Please take into account that you should request your accreditation at least 48 hours before the application deadline.
This line of grants has three calls per year.
First call: from the day after the date of publication in the DOGC (January 31, 2019) until April 30, 2019
Second call: from the day after the date of publication in the DOGC (May 2, 2019) until June 26, 2019
Third call: from the day after the date of publication in the DOGC (June 27, 2019) until October 31, 2019.
Recipients may submit two applications per call.
SUBSTANTIATING THE GRANT
The applicant must substantiate at least 80% of the requested (and eligible) amount in order to receive the awarded grant, or the grant will be revoked.
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