Stipendien | Grants - Part 4

posted by PP on 2005/05/10 14:21

[ Stipendien | Grants ]

Another "cross-posting", as Maximilian Hartmuth - one of our new Weblogger, who will run the BalkanCities-Weblog - would rightly have to state, but nevertheless this is maybe quite useful for NGO's:

The scholarship programme at ECAS (European Citizen Action Service) office in Brussels continues into 2005. So far a number of NGO leaders from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia and Latvia have already visited ECAS. And: There are still places available for NGO leaders from Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Croatia, Byelorussia and Ukraine, so they would like to encourage anyone who is interested in spending one month in Brussels at ECAS office to get in touch with them and their work: NGOs@ecas.org.
Here is the Invitation:
During your month long scholarship in Brussels accommodation is provided together with a stipend to cover your living costs. Visitors are responsible for their own travel arrangements. ECAS will also provide technical support and guidance during your time in Brussels.
In order to qualify for the scholarship in Brussels you should be a leader of an NGO community in your country (at least 2-3 years of experience) and be able to communicate in English. Other languages are an advantage but not a necessity.
Do not hesitate to contact us for further details. To your application, please, attach your latest CV in English language and supporting letter from your organisation.

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(Weitere Informationen hier)
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