PRIZE - EESC PRIZE CIVIL SOCIETY
The EESC Prize for organised civil society awards initiatives for a better awareness of the role of organised civil society in the European integration process.European Prize created to reward and encourage intellectual work or concrete actions for a better awareness of the role of organised civil society in the European integration process.
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|06 January 2016||Annual budget: 30 000 euro||Not specified||Plus de détails||Plus de détails|
|Updated||Amount ?Global budget||Duration|
|06 January 2016||Annual budget: 30 000 euro||Not specified|
|Budget line?Reference code of this programme on "Draft General Budget of the EU for the financial year 2014"||Legal basis?European legal reference for this grant to download|
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This fund is a framework programme, organised in different strands (sub-programmes)
AbstractThe EESC Prize aimes to reward and encourage concrete initiatives and achievements of civil society organisations that have significantly contributed to promoting European identity and integration.
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This Prize was launched in 2006 by the European Economic and Social Committee to encourage civil society participation to European integration. The theme is to be set each year by the EESC's President.
* Rewarding and encourage intellectual work or concrete ...
Areas concernedSocial Affairs, Citizenship,
Who can apply?Federations Unions, Development NGOs, Non-profit organisations,
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15 May 2009EESC Prize 2009 for organised civil society
The Economic and Social Committee announced the extension of the deadline for applications to the EESC Prize. The eligible bodies will have the opportunity until the 15 June 2009 to propose their initiatives which make a significant contribution to the promotion of European identity and integration.
06 March 2009Third nominations of the EESC Prize for organised civil society
For the third time, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) will award the EESC prize for organised civil society. The prize aims at rewarding and encouraging concrete achievements and initiatives that significantly contribute to promoting European identity and integration.
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