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... which focussed on the participations and collaborations of EU Member States. This Flash provides insights on the participation of non-EU countries, i.e. third countries, to Horizon 2020, based on their status in Horizon 2020: Associated countries: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Iceland, Israel, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine. Non-associated third countries: countries that are not EU Member States and not associated to the Framework Programme. The cut-off date for the analysis data recorded in the Common Research Data Warehouse (CORDA), is 1/1/2019. Projects under Public-to-Public Partnerships, EIT’s Knowledge and ...
33% WBC-RTI.INFO Newsletters sent in 2018 Document 22. Feb. 2019
Find below all issues of 2018 newsletters. WBC-RTI.INFohas prepared several newsletter issues in 2018. Thematic articles were drafted while relevant stakeholders contacted and in some cases also interviewed.
The Danubius Award was created in 2011 by the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) to honor persons with extraordinary scientific achievements and output in relation to the Danube Region. Within a rotation system in one year achievements in the fields of humanities, social and cultural studies are awarded, in the following year achievements in the fields of life sciences. 2019 it is envisaged to ...
... financial help with the aim of making their agricultural sector and rural areas more sustainable aligning them with the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy and EU standards. IPARD also helps set up good governance for rural development. The current candidate countries and beneficiaries are Albania, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey. For the period 2014-2020, the total indicative allocation for the IPARD programmes has been 1.1 billion EUR as follows: Albania- 39 million EUR, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: 15 million EUR, Montenegro: 39 million EUR, Turkey: 801 million EUR. The actual amounts are decided annually in ...
... business development" and Measure 9 "Technical assistance" are currently operational in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The national IPARD programme in force and the related information is here: http://ipard.gov.mk For details of the application process, please contact the IPARD Agency at: http://www.ipardpa.gov.mk Montenegro Measure 1: "Investments in physical assets of agricultural holdings" and Measure 3 "Investments in physical assets concerning processing and marketing of agricultural and fishery products" are currently operational in Montenegro You can see the details of the national IPARD programme in force and the related information http://www.ipard.gov ...
... empower excellence and regain the tradition of technological development in the region of Southeast Europe. "Thanks to a 60% increase in budget of the Ministry of Science for 2018, we were able to set ambitious goals and begin to achieve them. We are guided by an ambitious vision, knowing that Montenegro has exceptional people and that our country can achieve much more in this area. Creative people are our biggest capital. For this reason, all of our programmes have a component of employment of young and highly qualified people. In addition, Montenegro must be oriented towards innovation in order to have ...
... 00, as well as significant funds for research, whose important element is international or intersectoral mobility, in the amount of up to EUR 10,000 per year. Previously, in May this year, the Ministry of Science announced a public call for applications for scholarships for doctoral research at universities in Montenegro. By the deadline for submission, 34 applications were submitted, after which the evaluation process ensued. Based on the results of the evaluation, the Ministry prepared a list of approved scholarships for doctoral research. The scholarships will be officially awarded at a ceremony to be held at Villa Gorica on 14 ...
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ENTRENOVA bridges the gap between academia and industry, promote EU programs and international cooperation. ​ ENTRENOVA is organised by IRENET, Society for Advancing Innovation and Research in Economy, in cooperation with the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, Kotor, Montenegro and the University North, Varazdin, Croatia. The conference, having an international focus, takes place in September, in European country. It was previously organised in Kotor, Montenegro (2015), Rovinj, Croatia (2016), and Dubrovnik (2017).   Participate with Full Paper or Abstract Only - the first deadline is on 01 ...
ENTRENOVA bridges the gap between academia and industry, promote EU programs and international cooperation. ​ ENTRENOVA is organised by IRENET, Society for Advancing Innovation and Research in Economy, in cooperation with the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management, Kotor, Montenegro and the University North, Varazdin, Croatia. The conference, having an international focus, takes place in September, in European country. It was previously organised in Kotor, Montenegro (2015), Rovinj, Croatia (2016), and Dubrovnik (2017).   Participate with Full Paper or Abstract Only - the first deadline is on 01 ...
Ctizens of Montenegro, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia can travel to the EU without a visa since December 2009. For citizens of Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina, this is possible since the end of 2010. All countries have taken measures to address irregular migration, however further efforts are needed to ...
... s departure from the EU, it still maintains its presence and doubles its support to reforms in the Western Balkan, and Poland, as the next country holding the EU Presidency, will focus itself on conflict resolution and connectivity boosting. economic cooperation, security and youth cooperation among FYR of Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. For more details. please visit the source page A presentation of the policy paper “2018 Western Balkans Summit: 3 key takeaways from London”, authored by Zoran Nechev and Ivan Nikolovski from the Institute of Democracy “Societas Civilis” – Skopje (IDSCS), Jelena Minić form European Movement ...
... for Young Professionals in the Western Balkans – Round II (YPS 2018), the action implementing two training programmes in EU academic institutions and a regional exchange component for early career civil servants from the six countries of the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Kosovo*, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia). Applications were open until 13th September 2018 ...
... With this conference, Montenegro now has 32 of 35 opened chapters, while, for Serbia, that number is 16. Further Accession Conferences will be planned, as appropriate, in order to take the process forward in the first half of 2019, Council of the EU confirmed. Montenegro will have to align with multiple EU regulations ...
... field of social sciences and humanities. The members include: Institute of Social Sciences Belgrade, Faculty of Political Science of Zagreb University, Institute for Ethnic Studies from Ljubljana, Institute for Social and Human Research, Euro-Balkan University of Skopje, Faculty of Political Sciences in Sarajevo, and Faculty of Political Sciences – University of Montenegro. Responding to the changing environment - PERFORM piloted two projects, both directed toward making ISS more flexible in its work and to the changing environment. In the first project, ISS was assisted in developing and conducting self-evaluation assessment. The other project was designed with ISS as partner to answer to planned ...
... suggestions on how to revise the draft documents to make them even more relevant to their target audiences. The ResInfra@DR project co-funded by ERDF and IPA funds under the Danube Transnational Programme includes a number of Danube-region countries including some Western Balkans countries, notably Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro. In this way, once finished the recommendations and guidelines documents will provide policymakers and stakeholders from Western Balkans countries a set of tools and methods on how to benefit from European and Danube-region good practices in making their research infrastructures more effective and relevant for their national innovation systems. ResInfra ...
... preparation of the ESOF2020 (Euro Science Open Forum) conference in Trieste, Italy, to support quality science journalism in the region.  NATIONALITIES INVITED TO APPLY FOR A GRANT COVERING ALSO TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION: Albania Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Georgia The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Kosovo * Moldova Montenegro Serbia Turkey Ukraine * This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence. Journalists from other countries can attend the workshop at no cost, upon registration (depending on the available places).   For ...
... page) DanuBioValNet  is a project funded by the Danube Transnational Programme with focus on "Cross-clustering partnership for boosting eco-innovation by developing a joint bio-based value-added network for the Danube Region" It has conducted analyses of the satus quo of bioeconomy in its partners' countries. Two WBC are covered :   Montenegro Serbia   It has conducted analyses of the satus quo of bioeconomy in its partners' countries. Two WBC are covered : Montenegro Serbia For more information on other Danube countries and for downloading a syntesis report, please refer to DanuBioValNet page ...
... PRESS RELEASE NO: 2019/ECA/31   " Growth for the Western Balkan region is estimated to strengthen to 3.5 percent for 2018, according to the latest Western Balkans Regular Economic Report, Higher but Fragile Growth. Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia are estimated to grow at rates between 2.5 percent and 4 percent. While employment also rose in five of the six countries in the region, the 91,400 new jobs created between July 2017 and July 2018 were significantly fewer than the 214,000 added one year ...
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