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Subcontracting on the European projects :
European projects are implemented by a number of partners according to the principle of complementary. The whole partners must enable the realization of the total tasks of the project. However, sometimes delegate the execution of some actions is more practical or economic al. That‘s why, th...
External cooperation programmes :
External aid programmes are the third category of cooperation programmes financed by the European Union, along with intra- Community programmes and the Structural Funds. Foreign aid from the EU seeks to promote "democracy, the rule of law, the universality and indivisibility of human rights and f...
Grant agreement :
A European project is governed by a contract named grant agreement, most often signed by the project leader, who is also the coordinator and the grant beneficiary, and by either the European Commission, the Managing Authority for structural funds.
Running a partnership :
The more you develop an upstream vision of a partnership functioning, the more your partners will feel involved in your project.
How to identify and choose right partners :
To be able to apply to a European programme, your project must be organised and carried out with partners from at least three countries of the European Union. If you do not have much experience, do not underestimate the time dedicated to the partners search necessary in the formalisation of your ...