Interreg North West Europe Call 9 Opens: Deadline 14th June 2019 Interreg North West Europe Programme ninth call for project proposals is now open. The deadline for Step 1 applications is Friday 14 June 2019. The application form and support documents are now available online. The current call for proposals is only open to priority 1 […]
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On 8th January, INEA (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency) opened the 2019 CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) Transport for Proposals, making €100 million of funding available for projects of common interest in the transport sector. This is one of the last calls before the end of the current Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020. The 2019 annual CEF call […]
The URBACT III Programme is looking for up to 23 new Action Planning networks, aiming to help cities in Europe find solutions to common urban challenges. Bringing together partners from different European countires to share experience and learn from each other, the partners will produce an Integrated Action Plan and have the opportunity to test […]
Would you like to learn more about the ongoing call for proposals for the creation of new Action Planning networks, which opened on 7th January? WHEN: 22 January 2019 WHERE: Custom House, Dublin REGISTRATION AND AGENDA: here Over the last 10 years, URBACT has promoted mutual cooperation and exchange of experience across cities across Europe. It is […]
URBACT’s Monitoring Committee approves 23 Transfer networks for Phase 2 Two projects with Irish partners have been approved in the process. Kildare County Council will partake in ”Volunteering Cities”, a network aiming to make use of volunteerism to approach social exclusion and poverty at the community level via inter-generational collaboration, where different age groups of […]
Committee of the Regions delegates from 28 Member States met on 5th and 6th December for the 132nd CoR plenary session in Brussels. It was a very busy plenary with 21 adopted opinions, a discussion with Commissioner Corina Cretu on the future of Cohesion Policy, as well as an update on Brexit from European Commission’s […]
Local Transport is crucial to control air pollution and maintain low level of pollutants in our regions The project aims at fostering multimodality at local level to improve public transport With increasing levels of air pollution, CO2 emissions and traffic congestion in the EU the development of sustainable multimodal mobility becomes one of the EU […]
More citizens are involved in science through public engagement. Natural scientists and social scientists have formed collaborations. Users are leading innovation. Open access trends are changing the publishing system. Gender equality has gained political momentum. Together, these efforts form a European-wide approach called Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI). It implies that all of society (researchers, […]
The EU continues to make a positive impact on sustainable development in partner countries and beyond. European Commission’s Directorate General for International Development is responsible for designing European development policy and delivering aid throughout the world by using a set of financial instruments with a focus quality and effectiveness. EU development policy seeks to foster […]
On 14th November, the Irish delegation of the Committee of the Regions met the Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs. The issues on agenda, among other, included Brexit, the future of European funding and subsidiarity. The delegation also updated the Committee on the current political priorities that guide its work on the EU stage. […]