30/04/2022 CfP: Industry 4.0 and digital transformation in the Balkan countries

This Call for paper will debate on fundamental opportunities and challenges that the fourth Industrial Revolution is bringing.

30/04/2022 CfP: Industry 4.0 and digital transformation in the Balkan countries for the Electronic journal of Information systems for developing countries

This Call for paper launched on 26 November 2021 during a workshop organised to debate on fundamental opportunities and challenges that the fourth Industrial Revolution is bringing for firms, organizations and governments, for developed and developing countries.

The paper  will be published at “Electronic journal of Information systems for developing countries” (The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries – Wiley Online Library), entitled: “Industry 4.0 and digital transformation in the Balkan countries”.

The deadline: 30 April 2022. Read more about the call.

08–09/06/22 CfP: 5th International Conference on Aging & Technology

Engagingprague invites to 2022 (eng)aging! conference held on 08–09 June 2022.

08–09/06/22 CfP: 5th International Conference on Aging & Technology – Fair Active Ageing through Innovation: Learning from the Covid-19 Pandemic

Engagingprague invites to 2022 (eng)aging! conference held under the title ”Active Ageing through Innovation: Learning from the Covid-19 Pandemic” on 8–9 June 2022, which will focus on innovative solutions to overcome the uncertainties and challenges posed to older people by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more about the Conference

05/12/21: CfA – REWI Fellowship Programme

The Faculty of Law offers Fellowships to ambitious early-stage-career researchers and senior researchers with outstanding international reputation.

05/12/21: CfA – REWI Fellowship Programme

The Faculty of Law offers Fellowships to ambitious early-stage-career researchers and senior researchers with outstanding international reputation. Fellows are given the opportunity to gain experience in an international scholarly environment and to benefit from the excellent know-how at the University of Graz while living in the “knowledge city Graz”. Read more about the call.

18/10/21: CfP for Small Size Grants – The Balkan Forum

Support regional youth initiatives in the Western Balkans with the aim of accelerating the transition to the circular economy.

18/10/21: CfP for Small Size Grants – The Balkan Forum

The Youth Cooperation Fund is a grant scheme established by the Balkan Forum, with support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, which aims to foster regional cooperation and dialogue between young people in the Western Balkan countries, namely Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia. Read more

15/10/21: CfA EU-Balkan Youth Forum “What is Europe?”

The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is proud to convene the EU-Balkan Youth Forum next 22-26 November in Rome, gathering students from all over Europe to discuss the common challenges of the future of Europe and full membership of Balkan countries.

15/10/21: CfA EU-Balkan Youth Forum “What is Europe?”

The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is proud to convene the EU-Balkan Youth Forum next 22-26 November in Rome, gathering students from all over Europe to discuss the common challenges of the future of Europe and full membership of Balkan countries.
Organized with the lead of the Regional Cooperation Council (Sarajevo), together with the Regional Youth Cooperation Office (Tirana), the Centro Studi Politica Internazionale (Rome) and Osservatorio Balcani Caucaso Transeuropa (Trento), the Forum will unite 78 students, 10 mentors and a number of policy makers from across Europe, in order to gather new inputs and ideas and chart a common path for further action. Read more

15/10/21: CfP Leveraging the power of civil society

The Federal Foreign Office provides funding for civil society projects with Russia and Eastern Partnership countries.

15/10/21: CfP Leveraging the power of civil society

For 2022, the Federal Foreign Office is once again searching for organisations that wish to engage as partners of governance within the framework of its programme “Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia”. The programme targets a broad range of actors, and its regional orientation gives rise to considerable potential for activities. Read more

On-going InCARE survey on ltc

On-going InCARE survey on long-term care: help us collect timely data on people’s experiences, attitudes, and expectations about long-term care.

On-going InCARE survey on long-term care: help us collect timely data on people’s experiences, attitudes, and expectations about long-term care. Please fill in and disseminate the survey – every answer counts!

02/22: CfP Post-Communism (Post-Socialism) as the defining feature of Welfare States

Editors from the University of Warsaw and the Minnesota State University are seeking contributions to the special issue of Social Policy Issues (Warsaw) journal.

02/22: CfP POST-COMMUNISM (POST-SOCIALISM) AS THE DEFINING FEATURE OF WELFARE STATES AND SOCIAL POLICIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE?

Editors, Maria Theiss (University of Warsaw) Tomasz Inglot (Minnesota State University) are seeking contributions to the special issue of Social Policy Issues (Warsaw) journal – the topic is “POST-COMMUNISM (POST-SOCIALISM) AS THE DEFINING FEATURE OF WELFARE STATES AND SOCIAL POLICIES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE?”  More details here.

Deadline: until late February 2022.

15/10/21: CfP Eastern Partnership Programme – Expanding cooperation with civil society in the EaP & Russia

The programme, Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia, enables civil-society organisations and the members of the public active in them to implement joint projects, thereby supporting the ongoing transformation processes in the region.

15/10/21: CfP Eastern Partnership Programme – Expanding cooperation with civil society in the EaP & Russia

The programme, Expanding Cooperation with Civil Society in the Eastern Partnership Countries and Russia, enables civil-society organisations and the members of the public active in them to implement joint projects, thereby supporting the ongoing transformation processes in the region.

Through the programme, the German Government funds measures that provide comprehensive support to the transformation and internal integration processes via collaboration between German civil society and civil societies in the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine) and Russia.

This includes the entire range of cultural and civic education projects – media, academia, education including vocational training, culture, language and work with young people. Project outlines (in English or German) for the year 2022 can be submitted from 10 September 2021 until 15 October 2021 via this website . Read more

03/10/21 CfP: increasing access to justice for victims of discrimination

The Council of Europe is launching a call for proposals with the aim to co-fund national and local projects in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine focusing at supporting victims of discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes, particularly from vulnerable groups.

03/10/21 CfP: Grants for support to civil society organisations for increasing access to justice for victims of discrimination in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine

Under the framework of the European Union/Council of Europe joint programme Partnership for Good Governance, and its regional project “Strengthening access to justice through non-judicial redress mechanisms for victims of discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes in the Eastern Partnership countries”, the Council of Europe is launching a call for proposals with the aim to co-fund national and local projects in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine focusing at supporting victims of discrimination, hate speech and hate crimes, particularly from vulnerable groups.

The deadline for the submission of application is 3 October 2021 (at 17:00 CET). Applications should be sent to the following e-mail address: tenders.antidiscrimination@coe.int. Read more