A new law in Poland gives more autonomy to universities in setting research priorities and makes research financing simpler, with the aim of enabling them to become more successful in EU R&D funding programmes and increase their standing on the international stage.
Brexit took a major step closer to reality Wednesday, 14th of November as the UK Cabinet backed a draft deal and EU ambassadors started reviewing the details – but for research, innovation and related issues, a series of side-deals and UK government promises are likely to ease the blow considerably.
The presidents of six European science organisations—informally known as the G6—are calling for larger budgets for top-quality scientific research, as a way to boost European competitiveness and cooperation.
“SMART Volunteering for Female Migrants (SMART)”, brings together civil society organizations, the business community and migrant women in five EU states to promote better integration and the active participation of Third Country National (TCN) females in the European societies.
Urbagri4women, an innovative project that sought to pave the way for the enhancement of migrant women’s role in cities and municipalities has completed its implementation period having fulfilled its pre-set objectives.
Under the "In4COHESION - Information and Awareness for Cohesion Policy via Media" program, the Conference "Cohesion Policy: Support in Society and SMEs" was held on Friday 26 October 2018 by the Neapolis University Paphos at the Coral Beach Hotel.
The Labour Market Observatory of the EESC is organising a conference entitled "Challenges and opportunities of SMEs in the context of future of work and digitalisation" on the 6 December 2018, at the EESC.