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... reflect on the achievements in European integration until now: 100 years have passed since the beginning of the first World War and 10 years since the biggest round of enlargement of the European Union (EU) with the accession of 10 new countries. Today, the EU perspective is open to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey. The European Commission is keen to learn more about what you think: What can today's European Union of 28 Member States learn from its past to help improve its future? What does an enlarged European Union mean to ...
... to WBC-INCO.NET from: European Commission,  Directorate  General  for  Research  and  Innovation;  General  Secretariat for Research and Technology on behalf of the current Greek Presidency of the Council of the European Union; Ministry of Education and Sports (Albania); Ministry of Civil Affairs (Bosnia and Herzegovina); Ministry of Science, Education and Sports (Croatia); Ministry of Education and Science (FYR of Macedonia); Ministry of Science (Montenegro) and Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (Serbia) as well as messages from WBC-INCO.NET partners are included as introductory part of this publication. At this point we would like ...
... Public Service Media in SEE around a joint production endeavour. This cooperation resulted in a 90-minute documentary film entitled “How do I see my neighbour?”, which was jointly edited and aired in all the countries gathered around the project. Renzo Daviddi, Deputy Head of the Delegation of the EU to Bosnia and Herzegovina said that countries of the South East Europe must move closer in the same direction, which is joining the European Union. “This requires thorough economic reforms and the countries that embark on these reforms would benefit from them enormously. The SEE 2020 strategy is in that regard important agenda for ...
... Strategic events Conferences Workshops Seeking researchers’ full involvement by taking up: Partner roles in preparing proposals for COST Actions Leadership roles in COST Actions Initiator roles in scientific committees Grant Holder role Primary target countries are the following COST countries which include both EU-Member States (EU13) and enlargement countries:  Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malta, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, and Turkey. Additionally, for other countries there is the possibility to get involved in the COST Actions as a “Near Neighborhood Country”, which is a nomination process for institutions ...
... be able to provide you with more information on the concrete possibilities to join the action.   The COST Action BESTPRAC met in Zagreb on March 18-19, 2014 with the objective to create a European network of persons providing professional research support: administrative, legal and financial. As only participants from Bosnia and Herzegovina and from Croatia are currently part of the network, there is still a possibility to join the activities for research administrators from Serbia, FRY of Macedonia as COST countries and for those from Albania and Montenegro as so-called Near Neighbourhood countries ...
... that have not yet started at the moment of application. Eligible proposals include new or improved products and services, but also the costs relative to market research and intellectual property management. The Call is open to SMEs from the regions involved in the WIDER project: Marche in Italy, Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Algarve in Portugal, Catalonia in Spain, Rhone-Alpes in France, Central Macedonia in Greece, and from Slovenia. Applications can be submitted until 31 May. Parallelly with this Call for SMEs, there is a directly linked Call for experts in the innovation and/or eco-smart housing fields. Eligible to apply are experts ...
... is clear in the General Annes to the Work Programmes that the European Commission aims to have the countries associated to the Seventh Framework Programme in principle also to be associated to Horizon 2020 by the time the first grant agreements under Horizon 2020 are signed. This applies to Albania, Bosnia and Herzigovina, Faroe Islands, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey. As mentioned above, for the Western Balkans (except Kosovo*) these proceedures are well on track and shall be concluded soon, making Albania, Bosina and Herzegovina, FYR of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia ...
... speak about Horizon 2020 both in political as well as in practical terms. The EC delegation was led by Wolfgang Burtscher, Deputy Director General of DG Research and Innovation who spoke to the Minister of Education and Sports of Albania (H.E. Lindita Nikolla), the Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina (H.E. Sredoje Novic), Ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia to Montenegro (H.E. Aleksandar Vasilevski), Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development (H.E. Tomislav Jovanovic) and Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Kosovo* (H.E. Rame Buja). Moderated by Alan Paic from OECD's Global Relations Secretariat, the ...
www.rcc.int Regional Cooperation Council Secretariat, Trg Bosne i Hercegovine 1/V (Building of the Friendship between Greece and Bosnia and Herzegovina), 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Secretariat is planning to award contract for consultancy services “Support to the Implementation of the South East Europe (SEE) 2020 Strategy – Regional Action Plan in the Area of Justice”. The purpose of the consultancy is to assist in the implementation of the SEE 2020 Strategy ...
... bids must be submitted following the instructions set out in the tender dossier. The deadline for submission of bids is 27 March 2014 by 12.00 Central European Time to the following address: Regional Cooperation Council Secretariat, Trg Bosne i Hercegovine 1/V (Building of the Friendship between Greece and Bosnia and Herzegovina), 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Website: www.rcc.int The Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Secretariat is planning to award contract for consultancy services “Support to the Implementation of the South East Europe (SEE) 2020 Strategy – Regional Action Plan in the Area of Justice”. The purpose of the consultancy is to assist in the implementation of ...
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