Posted by Jaroslava Szüdi, Tuesday, 10th April 2018 @ 1:21 pm
What is the added value of transnational cooperation in the Danube Region? Check the ESSENTIAL MESSAGES WITH PROJECT EVIDENCE produced by the Danube Transnational Programme (DTP).
Posted by Jaroslava Szüdi, Tuesday, 3rd April 2018 @ 8:59 am
The result of the second call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme (DTP) has been released. The Monitoring Committee (MC) has decided in its meeting held in Podgorica (Montenegro) on 21th and 22nd March 2018, that 22 projects are approved with conditions, out of the 119 proposals submitted for the 2nd step. The final list of approved projects will be published in the programme website.
Posted by Jaroslava Szüdi, Thursday, 29th March 2018 @ 9:53 am
Investing in research is considered essential for achieving smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and jobs in Europe.
The EU Framework Programme for research and innovation is the EU’s primary instrument for building the European Research Area. Research needs to be of the highest quality, produced in international collaboration and selected on a competitive basis. Under such conditions, uneven participation is unavoidable. However, Framework Programme participation appears to be disproportionately weak for an entire region of the EU. After almost 20 years of access to the opportunities of the FPs, the EU-13 still lags behind the EU-15.
Posted by Jaroslava Szüdi, Thursday, 15th March 2018 @ 10:00 am
Public and private institutions registered in a CEI Member State, as well as international and regional organisations, are invited to apply to the CEI Cooperation Fund for innovative actions favouring mobility and networking.
Posted by Ana Kalusevic, Wednesday, 14th March 2018 @ 2:21 pm
The Norwegian Government intends to intensify its efforts in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) to contribute to lasting stability and democratic development.
The target group for this call for proposals is the population of the Western Balkans. Ethnic/national and other minorities, women, children and young people will be given special priority.
Posted by Ana Kalusevic, Wednesday, 14th March 2018 @ 1:56 pm
The ResInfra@DR team is preparing for the next training which will take place in Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovina, between April 24 and 27.
Although the available capacity for participation on the Banja Luka training is almost full, there are still a few places available for participants from the countries, which were not sufficiently represented on the Sofia training. Therefore, the call for participation for applicants from the following countries: Austria, Serbia, Slovenia and Slovakia is opened again. The training is primarily aimed at RI programme owners (ministries responsible for defining, financing or managing research programmes), RI funding agencies, RI managers and operators (hosts), as well as potential reviewers of RIs.