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Funding questions? EuropeAid conference to outline key guidelines

 

What is a grant? Who can participate in EU calls for proposals and how? What are the procedures? For the answers to these questions and more, EuropeAid is organising a conference on Wednesday, 23 September, at its External Cooperation Info Point in Brussels.
 
The Conference, titled, ‘How to reply to a Call for Proposals for External Cooperation’, is in French, and will be addressed by EuropeAid legal expert Dolores Dominguez Perez. It runs from 1-2pm.
 
An announcement for the Conference added that since 2009, a new practical guide is in force – described as a unique tool to explain the technical procedures for all external cooperation contracts.
 
Places are limited and attendance is by registration only.
 
Info Point Conference programme
 
Practical Guide to contract procedures for EC external actions

 


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