• MEUSAC

  • Information Session on EU funding opportunities

  • Funds under Rights, Equality and Citizenship, and Justice programmes.

  • UħM VOICE OF THE WORKERS

  •  

    One of the services provided by MEUSAC is focused on the dissemination of information of EU funding opportunities. Additionally, MEUSAC provides local councils and NGOs with technical assistance to develop and prepare project proposals, including the filling in of the application form.


    As part of our efforts to promote funds, MEUSAC organises information sessions that include relevant information on particular calls, requirements for entities to apply, or even practical information related to the management of EU-funded projects.


    On September 6, MEUSAC is organising an information session for public and private organisations interested in the various open calls under the Rights, Equality and Citizenship, and Justice Programmes.


    The session will start with an introduction on common principles of the programmes and continue with small workshops focusing on the separate calls, including those related to discrimination and intolerance; protection of privacy and personal data; gender-based violence, violence against children, and the rights of victims or suspects of crime; and judicial training and cooperation.


    Furthermore, this session will also enable those present to network, discuss ideas and potentially form partnerships to apply for such funds.


    Those interested are kindly requested to register here, by no later than Friday, September 1, 2017.






Union Ħaddiema Magħqudin (Malta)
General Headquarters
“Dar Reggie Miller”
St Thomas Street
Floriana FRN 1123
Malta

Email: info@uhm.org.mt
Telephone: (+356) 2590 5000



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ISSUE 169 AUG 10





  • MEUSAC

  • Information Session on EU funding opportunities

  • Funds under Rights, Equality and Citizenship, and Justice programmes.

  • UħM VOICE OF THE WORKERS

  •  

    One of the services provided by MEUSAC is focused on the dissemination of information of EU funding opportunities. Additionally, MEUSAC provides local councils and NGOs with technical assistance to develop and prepare project proposals, including the filling in of the application form.


    As part of our efforts to promote funds, MEUSAC organises information sessions that include relevant information on particular calls, requirements for entities to apply, or even practical information related to the management of EU-funded projects.


    On September 6, MEUSAC is organising an information session for public and private organisations interested in the various open calls under the Rights, Equality and Citizenship, and Justice Programmes.


    The session will start with an introduction on common principles of the programmes and continue with small workshops focusing on the separate calls, including those related to discrimination and intolerance; protection of privacy and personal data; gender-based violence, violence against children, and the rights of victims or suspects of crime; and judicial training and cooperation.


    Furthermore, this session will also enable those present to network, discuss ideas and potentially form partnerships to apply for such funds.


    Those interested are kindly requested to register here, by no later than Friday, September 1, 2017.















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Union Ħaddiema Magħqudin (Malta Workers’ Union),
Dar Reggie Miller, St Thomas Street,
Floriana FRN 1123 Malta

Telephone:   (+356) 2590 5000
Email:   info@uhm.org.mt
www.uhm.org.mt