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eForms for Key Action 1, as well as guides for UK applicants, are now available
Organisations can apply for funding to run mobility projects to offer structured study, work experience, job shadowing, training and teaching opportunities to education staff and learners.
The documents can be found on the following pages of the Erasmus+ website:
The guides for applicants have been created by the UK National
Agency and contain detailed information on completing the eForm and submitting
your application for funding.
for submitting your Key Action 1 application is 2 February 2016 at 11am (UK time).
The UK National Agency can support you. See the apply for funding
section of the Erasmus+ UK website.
In this new call, cities and civil society in Europe can address urgent and long-term challenges by co-creating ideas and projects.
Three call topics have been identified:
- Concepts and strategies for smart urban transformation, growth and shrinkage
- New dynamics of public services
- Inclusive, vibrant and accessible urban communities
Each project proposal must be submitted by a project consortium consisting of at least three eligible applicants from at least three participating countries.
Pre-proposal deadline is mid March with a full proposal deadline of September 2016.
For more details see: www.jpi-urbaneurope.eu
Creative.Partners is an initiative from Euclid, the UKs leading independent provider of information and advice on EU funding opportunities for the arts and culture sector. www.creative.partners is a new website which provides a
freeplatform for arts & culture organisations to list themselves as
looking for partners, or to search for partners. The service is
not limited to Europe, though it does allow listings to indicate if they are
searching for partners for specific EU funding programmes,
including Creative Europe, Erasmus+, Europe for Citizens, Horizon 2020, Life+
and Interreg A/B.
Collaboration is a key part of Creative Europe and joining a European network of creative, cultural or heritage organisations can be a great way to engage in new conversations and meet potential partners to collaborate with.
Creative Europe Desk UK is holding a series of events that give UK organisations insight into various European and international networks and to help them to be better networked and more integrated in European conversations. On this occasion, you can find out about:
IETM, a Creative Europe-supported international network for contemporary performing arts.
Culture Action Europe, a Creative Europe-supported advocacy and lobby network promoting arts and culture.
For more information, see www.creativeeuropeuk.eu/events/european-networks-and-networking
There is one call currently open in the D2N2 area:
Please note that this call is for rural areas only.