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European Training Foundation: Call for Learning & Training Resources

31 October 2022

The European Training Foundation (ETF) has launched a programme called UA Re-Emerge(ncy): e-learning and skills development to rebuild Ukraine, supported by Ukraine’s Ministry of Education and Science. Details The call is open to collect teaching and training materials in the following priority...

Call for Applications: Cluster Booster Academy

31 October 2022

The ECCP is launching an application call for the Cluster Booster Academy. The Academy is a 4-day event, consisting this year of a 2-day online event (December 01-02, 2022) as well as a 2-day in person training session in Strasbourg, France (02-03 March 2023). Objectives Managing a cluster requires...

New EUR 20 million fund for Ukrainian tech start-ups

31 December 2022

The European Commission, through the European Innovation Council, has set up a €20 million support fund for Ukrainian innovation stakeholders to ensure their access to the EU market. This new initiative is targeted at over 200 Ukrainian tech start-ups and offers €60.000 in funding to each project...

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