There are links to the web-sites of the EU Delegations to Eastern Partnership countries at this page. On these web-sites you can find information on actual tenders and calls for proposals, on-going and completed EU-funded projects in EaP countries, administrative and other useful information for search of funding opportunities at national level.
You can find at this web-page of the EC links to information on open and upcoming calls for funding proposals, get background information on funding process and programmes. You also can use this resource for learning about the tendering process and opportunities for doing business with the European Commission as an institution or an expert.
This web-page presents one of the “labs” developed by European Cultural Foundation (ECF) to foster an open conversation about European culture and society. It informs on EU funding opportunities in different socio-economic sectors provided via multi-annual programmes. You can find information about calls, requirements and deadlines; learn about proposal development, project management; and get familiar with the financial issues as well.
Ideal-Ist is an international ICT network, with more than 70 partners from EU and non-EU countries including Eastern Partnership. Its web-portal is a leading source for EU Horizon 2020. Here you can use tools for open partner searches and publish your ICT project in search for partners and finance.
EUNIC is the network of the European National institutes for culture that brings together members from all 28 EU Member States. By means of its global network of clusters, EUNIC has a strong capacity to deliver collaborative transnational projects connecting culture and society, as well as significant potential for training and research in cultural diplomacy and cultural relations. In the Eastern Partnership countries, there is an EUNIC cluster in Ukraine. It is also planned to create clusters in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Belarus.
The EU Neighbourhood Info Centre portal and news service in English, French, Arabic and Russian languages is run by the OPEN Neighbourhood Programme that has been launched in November 2015 for a period of four years and builds upon the previous Regional Communication Programme. The current programme is structured around three complementary projects: two mirror projects communicating results of the EU support in the Southern Neighbourhood and in the Eastern Partnership countries; and one project for the whole Neighbourhood focusing on the training of journalists and media specialists – MEDIA HUB. You can find here useful links to handbooks, leaflets, glossaries and other information sources that can help you in search for funding and preparation of applications. The new portal of the OPEN Neighbourhood Programme is currently under development and will be launched in the first semester of 2016. The actual web-site combines information on the programmes and projects of the period 2007 – 2013 and also for the new funding period of 2014 – 2020.
This web-page of the EC is dedicated to the Erasmus+ European funding programme offering university students a possibility of studying or doing an internship abroad, including beyond the European borders, for a period from 2 to 12 months per cycle of studies. The programme operates in the period 2014 – 2020. Erasmus+ also has opportunities for a wide variety of public or private organizations active in the field of education, training, youth and sport, including universities, education and training providers, think-tanks, research organisations, and private businesses. Furthermore, the programme helps people of all ages to develop and share knowledge and experience at institutions and organisations in different countries. Erasmus+ aims to contribute to achieving the objectives of the Europe 2020 Strategy for Growth and Jobs, the EU’s strategic framework for education and training ET 2020, as well as the EU Youth Strategy. All 6 Eastern Partnership countries have a status of partner counties of Erasmus+ and can participate in some activities of the programme.
The EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme supports the cultural and creative sectors in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine in contributing to sustainable human, social and economic development. The Programme is the second phase of the only one EU-funded special regional programme for culture in EaP region – the Eastern Partnership Culture Programme with its first edition implemented from 2011 to 2015 and focused on “regional dimension”. The EU-Eastern Partnership Culture and Creativity Programme is ongoing from 2015 to 2018. It has a much stronger national focus for each country. The Programme is dedicated to research and mapping, to CCIs and cultural policy development, to fostering cross-sectoral collaboration in the cultural sector, and increasingly involving EaP countries in international cultural cooperation projects. It can support cultural actors from EaP countries by conducting research and developing evidence-based policy; contributing to cultural policy reforms; providing capacity building, as well as information and opportunities for international cooperation; creating synergies between public, private and civil society actors; raising awareness of the role of culture in sustainable development; and sharing knowledge and good practice.
EUPARTNERSEARCH is a free service to foster the exchange of ideas and partnership aiming the improvement of collaboration among European entities as well as the development of new practice for training and education. It is based on Erasmus+ calls and will include in future more opportunities. It is managed by VETQI consortium, a group of Italian Vocational Education Entities with experience in managing and promoting European projects and not connected with Erasmus+ plus National Agencies or EACEA.
At this EU’s website you can find the full texts of European legislation (Directives, Regulations, Decisions, etc.) and other official documents (e.g. Communications). It also contains of summaries of EU legislation, legislative drafting guide and other related information.
Euresearch is the Swiss network mandated by the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation providing targeted information, hands-on advice and transnational partnering related to European research and innovation programmes. The network is composed of a Head Office in Bern and Regional Offices in each University and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.
Europa Nostra is a pan-European network of 250 member and 150 associated organisations that aims to safeguard Europe's cultural and natural heritage. There are members from Armenia and Ukraine in the network.
The association encourages dialogue and partnership between networks and universities, providers and professionals in order to share their expertise in making natural and cultural heritage more meaningful to people.
The association promotes the interests of Europe’s historic cities through international cooperation between heritage organisations and historic towns. The members are from 30 European countries and over 1,000 historic towns and cities.
The AEOM is an association of leaders of open air museums in Europe. It is affiliated to ICOM and collaborates with people and institutions worldwide.
The ECCE stems from RUHR.2010 – the first European Capital of Culture that has come to accept the cultural and creative economy as an essential pillar of its programme and part of cultural diversity. ecce supports the creative economy and the development of creative locations and spaces in the region. A central part of the work of ecce is to organise debates on culture and the creative industries in the Ruhr region that are relevant across Europe.