Fund for Responsible Business (FVO) Partnerships - Pillar 1 scheme is closed. You can no longer apply for a subsidy. On this page, you can find information about project administration and other suitable subsidy schemes.
Consult our advisors
For current projects, go to the project administration page. There, you will find the required documents for your FVO project administration. Please complete the progress report forms and the final report form for your current project.
Frequently asked questions
FVO Pillar 1 supports partnerships between companies and civil society organisations. FVO aims to set up multi-stakeholder projects to identify and stop Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) risks or misconduct in international value chains.
Read the answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Support for partnerships
FVO supports Dutch partnerships that want to:
- Conduct local or regional research into the underlying causes of CSR risks and misconduct in their value chains and implement measures to address them;
- Implement Responsible Business Conduct (RBC) into their business processes more effectively, including measures to end RBC risks and misconduct in their company;
- Set up a multi-stakeholder project that addresses CSR risks and misconduct, positively affecting manufacturing conditions in their producer countries.
- Unofficial translation Government Gazette publication for 2022 (25 January 2022)
- Decision on subsidy programme FVO 2019-2022 including changes in Dutch (wetten.overheid.nl, valid from 17 February 2021)
- Changes to subsidy programme FVO 2019-2022 in Dutch (Government Gazette, 16 February 2021)
- Third opening FVO 2019-2022 in Dutch (Government Gazette, 30 November 2020)
- Second opening FVO Administrative Rules 2019-2022 in Dutch (Government Gazette, 28 January 2020)
- Subsidy programme FVO 2019-2022 in Dutch (Government Gazette, 8 March 2019)
- Mid-term reviews