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  • Latest opportunities for the Eastern Neighbourhood
    'EU NEIGHBOURS east’ has picked out a selection of exclusive new opportunities for citizens of the Eastern Neighbourhood countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. If you are interested jobs, internships, scholarships, competitions, conferences and events...
    21.04.2020
  • PL-BY-UA: Results of the contest for a project story!
    We are pleased to announce that the winner of our contest for a project story is Ulyana Terletska (Уляна Терлецька) from Ukraine who wrote a story about the Promo2Castles project (PBU2/0807). The 2nd place is awarded to Olga Korshun (Ольга Коршун) from Belarus, the author of a story about the...
    20.04.2020
  • 8th European Neighbourhood Policy PhD Summer School
    The European Neighbourhood Policy Chair at the Natolin campus of the College of Europe welcomes applications for the 8th ENP PhD Summer School: “In Search of a New Rationale: The EU, the European Neighbourhood Policy in a Post-Brexit Order” The Summer School will take place from 28 June to 5 July...
    16.04.2020
  • Young European Ambassador organises virtual tour of Belarusian historical sites
    On 10 April, Anton Kochatau, a Young European Ambassador from Belarus, organised a virtual tour of three Belarusian sites – Niasviž Castle, Ruzhany Palace and Kamenets Tower. Anton prepared around 10 Instagram stories aimed at promoting these historical spots to the wider audience in Belarus and...
    15.04.2020
  • National Geographic funds storytelling proposals
    Project leaders in the areas of conservation, education, research, storytelling and technology can apply for a grant. National Geographic is accepting proposals for its Exploration Grant and Early Career Grants. Possible works may include photography, filmmaking, cartography, journalism or digital...
    14.04.2020
  • EU helps older people in rural Belarus fight social isolation during COVID-19 pandemic
    Older people in rural Belarus are staying connected during the COVID-19 outbreak, thanks to the digital skills they have learnt from an EU-supported course. Over two years, more than 80 senior citizens in the Homiel region received training in digital literacy through the course ‘Computer from...
    13.04.2020
  • PL-BY-UA: Support for PBU1/LIP beneficiaries
    Due to the cancellation of our trainings for the beneficiaries of regular projects and Large Infrastructure Projects we have published materials that have been prepared for trainings on implementation in Poland, Belarus and Ukraine. We make this materials available to you at: Documents ->...
    11.04.2020
  • PL-BY-UA: Modification of the Programme Manual Part I
    We would like to inform that on 4th April 2020 the Joint Monitoring Committee approved the updated version of the Programme Manual part I (version IV). The document was modified in the following parts: Chapter 2.4.2 is supplemented by the provision “In duly justified cases, during the...
    09.04.2020
  • The fourteenth issue of the newsletter: Our New History
      The fourteenth issue of the newsletter by the Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus Programme 2014-2020 has just arrived! Read the newsletter here. Remember to subscribe to our news. In order to subscribe to the Programme news chose English, Latvian, Lithuanian or Russian language at the bottom left corner of...
    09.04.2020
  • Possibility of excluding the principle of competitiveness when awarding contracts aimed at preventing/fighting COVID-19 impact (PL)
    The current state of the epidemic (SARS-CoV-2), in the opinion of the Managing Authority, can be qualified as a force majeure, i.e. an exceptional situation not resulting from reasons attributable to the contracting authority, which he could not foreseen. Therefore, it is possible to exclude the...
    08.04.2020

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