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This call for proposals aims to select Intermediary Organisations, active in business support, to manage the ERASMUS for Young Entrepreneurs programme locally.
The European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights is a network of public and private sector experts and stakeholders, which has been set up to promote discussion, research, training, communication, the creation of advanced IT support tools and the spread of best practice on IP matters.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is the keystone of European Union (EU) risk assessment regarding food and feed safety.
‘Safer Internet’ is based on four actions: ensuring public awareness; fighting against illegal content and tackling harmful conduct online; promoting a safer online environment; establishing a knowledge base.
The European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) aims to contribute to the reinforcement of the civil society in the promotion of the human rights and democratic reforms through the conciliation of interests of different groups and the political representation and participation.
This call for proposal aims to strengthen the role of the civil society in promoting Human Rights and democratic reforms in Dominican Republic, contributing to reinforce the perception and normalization of the concepts of Human Rights
The NSA-LA programme support development and capacity building of the non state actors and local authorities to improve their capacity to contribute to the definition of public policies and in the development processes.
This program contributes to facilitate the participation of NSAs and LA to the policy making process and foster their capacity to provide basic services to the population.
The thematic programme “Non-State Actors and Local Authorities in Development” is an “actor-oriented” programme aiming at strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations and local authorities as a pre-condition for a more equitable, open and democratic society through support to these actors' “own initiatives”.
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