Balkan | -s - Part 48

posted by PP on 2006/04/20 11:19

[ Balkan | -s ]

Following the integration of Albania and Serbia into the Southeast European Era-Net (SEE-ERA.NET), the way is now open for a Pilot Joint Call for Proposals. The countries of SEE-ERA.NET (Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, FYRo Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Romania and Serbia) will issue the call at the end of the year 2006. This seems to be the first initiative of its kind, in which the countries of the Western Balkans and their EU partners will provide a budget for the joint support of research.
SEE-ERA.NET is a networking project aimed at integrating Southeast European countries into the European Research Area by linking research activities within existing national, bilateral and regional Research and Technological Development (RTD) programmes. It is financed by the 6th Framework Programme of the European Union during the period 2004-2009.

The objectives of the upcoming Pilot Joint Call for Proposals will be:

  • to support international research co-operation · to strengthen the integration of the Western Balkan countries into the European Research Area
  • to enhance mobility within Europe by building on ongoing bilateral programmes
  • to foster networking and the establishment of new partnerships by following the multilateral programme approach
  • to support knowledge exchange and innovation as well as social development
  • to be a test for the second Joint Call in 2007/2008.




For further information please contact:
Florian Gruber
Project Manager SEE-ERA.NET
Centre for Social Innovation, Vienna
Tel.: +43-1-495 04 42/56


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