CENTRAL EUROPE Lead Applicant Briefing Seminars


European Territorial Cooperation: knowledge - information - environmentally friendly technologies/activities - polycentric settlement structures - cultural resources                                                                                    

 

As part of the launch of the 4th call for project proposals we are pleased to inform you that the JTS CENTRAL EUROPE will organise two LEAD APPLICANT BRIEFING Seminars:

27-28/06/11, Warsawa, Poland

06-07/07/11, Milan, Italy

These events are designed to support lead applicants and their consortia of project partners in preparing their project submission by highlighting important information with regard to programme application and management.

Further they will give the opportunity to present and discuss their project submissions in Individual Consultations with JTS staff upon prior appointment and after uploading the project idea on the Central Europe website.

The registration process has already been opened: http://www.central2013.eu/news-events-publications/events/event-detail/article/53/lead-applicant-briefings-4th-call-for-proposals/

The 4th and last call for project proposals is foreseen to open in week 23 (between 06-10/06/11) and to close in week 41 (between 10-14/10/11)

The CENTRAL EUROPE Programme has dedicated its last call to the specific subtopics (Areas of Interventions).

1.3: Fostering knowledge development

2.4: Promoting information and communication technology

3.4: Supporting environmentally friendly technologies and activities

4.1: Developing polycentric settlement structures and territorial cooperation

4.3: Capitalising on Cultural Resources for More Attractive Cities and Regions fostering sustainable use of cultural resources and heritage

Information:
Wenn Sie im Rahmen dieser Calls Interesse an einer Zusammenarbeit mit dem Umweltbundesamt haben, bitte kontaktieren Sie Veronika Wirth, Koordinierungsstelle der Strategischen Kooperation BOKU-Umweltbundesamt, veronika.wirth@boku.ac.at


10.05.2011