Western Balkans and EU - Part 37

posted by julia on 2007/07/21 14:44

[ Western Balkans and EU ]

The website of the Austrian Information Office of the Steering Platform on Research for Western Balkan Countries www.see-science.eu offers a lot of information for researchers from EU and EU (potential) candidate countries on workshops, online trainings etc. For example, researchers from the Western Balkans can take a free 1 hour online training course on the 7th EU Framework Programme (FP7). There is also a journal you can subscribe to. The last news concerns a public consultation on the EU Green Paper on "The European Research Area: New Perspectives". Read more on how to send in your comments to this Green Paper:

"The Information Office of the Steering Platform would like to draw your
attention on the Green Paper entitled "The European Research Area: New
Perspectives" recently adopted by the European Commission (more information here). The public
consultation process
is open till August 31, 2007
and we would like to
encourage you to actively participate in shaping the European Research
Area. Comments may also focus on one or two specific questions of your
Feedback as to whether the specific positon of the candidate and
potential candidate countries has been sufficiently addressed in the
paper or not is of high importance.
Is the position of the WBCs in the
ERA adequate? Are specific needs covered? What is their position in
international cooperation? We'd like to invite you to also share your comments and

concerns with
see-science.eu in order to be able to collectively take up issues to be
addressed (send your comments to Elke Dall)."



This weblog is a forum for discussion on the political and social processes linked to EU integration in the Western Balkans. We would also like to use this space to create a virtual network of researchers on this topic. You are most welcome to contribute to this weblog with comments, postings, links, or photos. Please use the "add comment" function at the end of each posting!
All photos by the Photo Arts Collective of Kosovo. First photo by Burim Myftiu (Swimming olympiade in Klina). Second photo by Mimoza. Third photo by Dashmir Izairi.
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