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European grants: digital
This digital Agenda for Europe strategy aims to contribute significantly to the EU's economic growth and spread the benefits of the digital era to all sections of society
No specific budget for this strategy, actions are financed via thematic programmes see description above.
Grant support digital equipment support for theatres
The financial support consists of a lump sum of 30,000 euro per screen (a screen application). And/or 50% of the purchase and installation costs of the digital equipment,
This call for proposals aims to improve conditions for the circulation of European films within the European Union; to increase and expand the global audience for European films and to inform market p...
This Call for Proposals aims to encourage the European audiovisual industry to adapt to new developments in digital technology.
The objective of this project is the creation of a digital European history textbook base by integration of already existing material with the publishers in the respective countries. The integr...
The aim of the EuNIC project is to promote throughout Europe a “concept oriented” approach to digital literacy, as opposed to a technology oriented one. Objectives * To identify a Europ...
digital Agenda: an easier access to European cultural heritage
On January 10th, 2011, the Comité des Sages, a reflection group on the digitization of European cultural heritage, has delivered its report to Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice-President for the d...
The project "I2HOME" promotes the independence of the elderly and disabled
In the aim of the digital strategy for Europe in 2020 adopted last May, the European Commission has funded an amount of 2.7 million for an innovating project to empower the elderly and disabled...
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Land use planning and management are critical components for social and economic development in the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis and are outlined as part of the national adaptation strategy. The Governme...
Many public authorities are 'locked' into their ICT systems, meaning that when a public authority needs to make a new procurement contract for such an ICT system only a few suppliers (or even only 1) ...
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