Funding opportunities, jobs, internships, training courses and more for people in the Western Balkans. Check out the latest from the EU and partner organisations and shape a better future for you and your community!
Young European Heritage Makers is a competition for the young people of Europe. It is an opportunity for them to explore their surroundings, learn about their local tangible and intangible cultural heritage and share a story of Europe.
The "Most Roma Friendly Mayor" Award, in its fourth edition in the Western Balkans and Türkiye, honors local authorities promoting equality and Roma inclusion. Municipalities compete for the title, with winners from seven countries attending a special event in Brussels during Roma Week 2024. The award highlights empowerment and dialogue between municipalities and Roma communities, aiming to foster positive attitudes towards Roma inclusion. Winners are chosen by an independent jury through a questionnaire, with the competition open until 29 February 2024.
The Creative Europe Networks call will foster projects implemented by networks of organisations with membership in multiple countries that have a shared mission, governance rules, members' rights, and obligations
The College of Europe has launched a postgraduate programme "Master of Arts in European Transformation and Integration – The EU and Southeastern Europe" to be offered at their newly established campus in Tirana, Albania. The Master of Arts in European Transformation and Integration has been conceived to address the increasing demand for experts who exhibit a thorough understanding of the enlargement process of the European Union and a well-rounded, critical perspective on the salient challenges of the 21st century, with a particular emphasis on the Southeastern Europe and EU-Western Balkans relations.
The second call for individual mobility of artists and cultural professionals is now open for submission of applications for mobility grants to 40 Creative Europe countries, including Western Balkans. Artists and cultural professionals in the following sectors may apply: architecture,cultural heritage,design and fashion design,literature,music,visual arts and performing arts.
With the support of the European Union, Sweden and Switzerland, in partnership with the Ministry of Environmental Protection, and in cooperation with the European Investment Bank (EIB), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Serbia is launching the perennial Challenge Call for Proposals for innovative solutions for the green transition of the Serbian economy. The purpose of this Challenge Call for Proposals is to support the implementation of innovative solutions for the Green Agenda for the Western Balkans.
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