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Posted by EUSDR | PA9, Friday, 19th April 2013 @ 3:15pm
The South East Europe Programme announces the additional ENPI call for partners from Moldova is launched.
The Republic of Moldova signed the Financing Agreement and thus the ENPI funds for partners from Moldova are committed to the SEE Programme, which provides them the opportunity to be involved as financing ENPI project partners. As substantial leftover of ENPI funds for Moldova has remained non-allocated to the projects, the Monitoring Committee of the SEE Programme approved launching of additional ENPI call for partners from Moldova.
As the application and selection process follows the Programme rules, the call is open to the Lead Partners from the 3rd and 4th calls who may additionally involve Moldavian partners and in such a way enhance the quality of the project as a whole, from both territorial and content-wise perspective. The involvement of suitable MD partners represents an added-value and Lead Partners are warmly suggested to reconsider the possibility of MD partners joining the consortium.
PROCEDURE AND APPLICATION PACKAGE
All the information and related documents of the call can be found in the Application Package below. The deadline for submission of proposals is: 17th May 2013 (12 pm Central Europe Time).
Lead Partners may consult the South East Europe Contact Points: Ms Tatiana Udrea,email@example.com Ms. Mariana Puntea, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +373 22 214201 in order to get more information about suitable MD partners. In case of further clarifications the SEE Joint Technical Secretariat may be contacted as well.
Posted by EUSDR | PA9, Thursday, 7th March 2013 @ 3:03pm
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
MOBILITY PROGRAMME CALL FOR APPLICATION OPEN UNTIL 15 APRIL
The Task Force Fostering and Building Human Capital of the Regional Cooperation Council will continue its Mobility Programme for Capacity Building in Regional Cooperation will be in June of 2013.
The programme is designed to foster human capacities within the respective Signatory Ministries responsible for education, science and research of the Istanbul Memorandum of Understanding in South Eastern Europe. The aim of the programme is to strengthen the already existing, and create new networks of relevance for regional cooperation in education and research.
This year’s programme is more flexible and offers short-term placements in Belgrade, Chisinau, Sarajevo, Vienna, Podgorica and Zagreb at institutions responsible for international cooperation in the field of education, science and research.
The Austrian Co-Chairmanship of the TFBHC will make availablegrantsfor the participation of representatives from the eligible Ministries, whereas the ministries responsible for education, science and research from the region, as well as the RCC will cooperatively support the programme in its implementation.
Detailed description of the program with the application guidelines and the application form can be downloaded here.
Applicants are kindly asked to submit all application materials via email (email@example.com) to the Task Force Secretariat in Vienna, no later than 15 April.