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Aufforderung zur Interessenbekundung für die Ernennung eines juristisch qualifizierten Mitglieds und eines stellvertretenden/zusätzlichen juristisch qualifizierten Mitglieds der Widerspruchskammer der Europäischen Chemikalienagentur

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 14. August 2020 um 12:00 Uhr mittags (Brüsseler Ortszeit).

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Ausschreibung der Stelle einer Vorsitzenden (m/w) für die Europäische Aufsichtsbehörde für das Versicherungswesen und die betriebliche Altersversorgung

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 31. August 2020 um 23:59 Uhr.

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Bekanntmachung eines allgemeinen Auswahlverfahrens für Sekretariatskräfte (m/w)

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 8. September 2020 um 12:00 Uhr mittags (MEZ).

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Ausschreibung der Stelle des Exekutivdirektors (m/w) für die Europäische Fischereiaufsichtsagentur in Vigo (Spanien)

Bewerbungsschluss ist der 9. September 2020 um 12:00 Uhr mittags.

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Aufforderung zur Einreichung von Vorschlägen Neue EIBURS-Forschungszuschüsse aus dem Wissensprogramm des EIB-Instituts

Vorschläge sind bis zum 30. September 2020 um 24:00 Uhr (MEZ) einzureichen.

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Aufforderung zur Einreichung von Vorschlägen - Erasmus-Akkreditierung im Jugendbereich

Anträge zur Erteilung der Akkreditierung müssen bis spätestens 31. Dezember 2021 eingereicht werden.

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Partner Search

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Human factors, and social, societal, and organisational aspects to solve issues in fighting against crime and terrorism

Dear Sir or Madam,

The KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Antwerp, Belgium) are part of a consortium of partners in law enforcement and civil society (academia and NGOs) from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. They are looking for additional interested LEA partners (law enforcement agencies) to participate in the upcoming SU-FCT01-2020 call (Human factors, and social, societal, and organisational aspects to solve issues in fighting against crime and terrorism). Their aim is to bring together new technology, theory and best practices addressing online radicalisation, from multiple related ISFP and REC projects that they have managed or participated in. If this is of interest to you, please contact Tom De Smedt (tom.desmedt@kdg.be) for further information.

Kind regards
Simon De Wachter (VLEVA)
Liaisonofficer
Vlaams-Europees verbindingsagentschap vzw
Kortenberglaan 71, 1000 Brussel
BE0880913715
RPR Brussel
+32 (0)479 04 95 87
 

COVID-19 outbreak: Horizon 2020 BBI calls

Dear Sir or Madam,

The Centre of Expertise on Sustainable Chemistry (CESC) of the Karel de Grote University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Antwerp, Belgium) is interested in collaborating within the current Horizon 2020 BBI calls.

Please find their partner search and more information on the activities of the Centre of Expertise. If you are interested in becoming a partner of the KdG University of Applied Sciences and Arts, please contact Jeroen Geuens (jeroen.geuens@kdg.be) for more information.

Kind regards, Simon De Wachter (VLEVA)     

Simon De Wachter
Liaisonofficer
Vlaams-Europees verbindingsagentschap vzw
Kortenberglaan 71, 1000 Brussel
BE0880913715
RPR Brussel
+32 (0)479 04 95 87

CENTRE OF EXPERTISE ON SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY

The Centre of Expertise on Sustainable Chemistry (CESC) of the Karel de Grote University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Antwerp, Belgium) has 2 main research topics:

  • the valorization of organic compounds from waste streams (e.g. agriculture, food industry and waste water treatment plants);
  • the optimization of chemical products and processes using artificial intelligence.

We perform applied research based on problems addressed by our industrial partners. Some examples of our research projects:

  • pilot-scale (100 L) extraction of EPS (extracellular polymeric substances) from waste water sludge;
  • development of solvent substitution/selection software based on AI;
  • valorization of fatty acid distillate, a waste stream in the production of food-grade vegetable oils;
  • extraction, refinement and modifications of specialty oils for application in food and non-food industry;
  • waste streams (from agriculture and food industry) and local crops as a source for natural biocides, colorants and anti-oxidants;
  • optimization of crystallization processes using deep learning algorithms.

We focus on sustainable extraction techniques such as water-based extraction and supercritical CO2 extraction. We have experience in the analysis of the extracts (GC-MS, HPLC, FTIR, NMR, GPC, GFC).

Our Centre of Expertise is interested in collaborating within the current Horizon 2020 BBI calls, specifically:

  • BBI-2020-SO2-R4: Extract bioactive compounds from new, under-exploited and/or recalcitrant residual bio-based streams for high-value applications
  • BBI-2020-SO2-R1: Use enabling technologies to improve feedstock availability and sustainability for the bio-based industry
  • BBI-2020-SO1-D1: Resolve supply-chain hurdles for turning residual waste streams into functional molecules for food and/or non-food market applications
  • BBI-2020-SO3-R5: Improve the sustainability of coatings

For more information you can contact jeroen.geuens@kdg.be.

Partner search Future Erasmus + programme

Dear colleagues,

The Vic City Council Lifelong Learning Centre of Languages (hereinafter called the Centre) is a local public education centre part of the Vic City Council. Vic is a medium seized city covering 30,6 km with 46.214 inhabitants, and a 27,58 % of immigrant population. The Centre is interested in joining a consortium willing to apply to future Erasmus calls on young and adult education and lifelong learning opportunities at EU level. The Centre is also open to other EU opportunities addressing multilingualism and education as a tool to achieve democratic citizenship and to reinforce cohesion in EU societies.

The Centre is ready to join a consortium with other Lifelong Learning Centres of languages, Adult Education Schools and multilingual centres, Vocational and Educational Training Centres, etc. preferably placed in medium cities from multilingual European countries or bordered regions. The Centre is particularly interested in finding an entity that could lead the proposal as well as other partners that could be interested in joining the partnership.

You will find attached a file with detailed information.

We would like to know whether you are interested in participating in this programme Erasmus +, Rights Equality and Citizenship programmes.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours Sincerely,

Brussels Office
Barcelona Provincial Council European and International Strategy Office
International Relations Directorate Presidency Department
Av. des Arts 3-4-5
1210 Brussels

Tel. +32 (0) 2 223 3521
Fax +32 (0) 2 223 3527
oeei.bxl@diba.cat

SEARCH FOR PARTNERS / PROJECT PROPOSAL

Contact Information:
Ester Busquets Poblet
Anna Matavacas Roca 
Vic City Council’s Lifelong Learning Centre of Languages (Barcelona, Catalonia)
Spain
aula@vic.cat

Working languages:
English, French, Spanish, Catalan

Description of the City/Region/Territory:
The Vic City Council Lifelong Learning Centre of Languages (hereinafter called the Centre) is a local public education centre part of the Vic City Council. Vic is a medium seized city covering 30,6 km with 46.214 inhabitants, and a 27,58 % of immigrant population. The largest sources of employment in Vic are the industrial sector, in particular agri-food sector, as well as services and construction. This context creates an important need to offer language training opportunitties in order, not only to facilitate the access to public services, but also to learn the local language, to participate in the city life, and to improve foreign languages to develop in multilingual contexts.
The Centre offers flexible and adaptative support to study Catalan, Spanish, French, English and Italian. The Centre is also a space to learn from diversity and multilingualism in the city. Our methodology is based on solid and practical experience on the ground, combining personalized advice (273 students), different seized working groups (50 students), as well as rotation and cooperation with a remarkable role of the teachers as observers. By focusing on strengths and weaknesses, giving confidence and diminishing comparisons, we detect the optimal activities for each student in the different moments of the learning process, adapting to the various levels and rhythms of study. In 2019 the Centre received 323 local and foreign students from 16 yr. and above.

European experience and previous projects:
Vic City Council is leading the project URBACT III Healthy Cities. The City Council also received EU funding from the WIFI4EU programme, and the European Regional Development Fund for a project on touristic development connected to historical, cultural and artistic heritage. City Council's nursery schools in Vic have been also involved in cooperation programmes with equals in Reggio Emilia (Italy).

Expression of Interest

Brief description of the interest and partnership profile:
The Centre is interested in joining a consortium willing to apply to future Erasmus calls on young and adult education and lifelong learning opportunities at EU level. The Centre is also open to other EU opportunities addressing multilingualism and education as a tool to achieve democratic citizenship and to reinforce cohesion in EU societies.

The Centre is ready to join a consortium with other Lifelong Learning Centres of languages, Adult Education Schools and multilingual centres, Vocational and Educational Training Centres, etc. preferably placed in medium cities from multilingual European countries or bordered regions. The Centre is particularly interested in finding an entity that could lead the proposal as well as other partners that could be interested in joining the partnership. Brief description (Main issues, problems to be solved, needs) EU cities are increasingly multicultural and multilingual. In that sense, it is needed to reinforce the exchange and cooperation in local policies regarding intercultural awareness, intercultural dialogue and diversity, especially in regions with a wide range of migration. It is needed to diminish segregation by bringing together all the citizens in the same framework of learning and increasing their linguistic skills. In order to achieve this goal, the Centre is interested in exchanging methodologies, good practices, pedagogical tools and innovative approaches related to linguistic competences acquisition and linguistic diversity; and disseminating this knowledge among educational entities at the local and EU level. Our Centre, as a part of the public library, can offer a major access to knowledge, and promote engagement, empowerment and dialogue among citizens. In addition, the Centre is also willing to increase its networks and capacity to operate at transnational level.

Specific objectives of the project:

  • Promoting multilingual abilities and competences in order to facilitate the successful participation in an internationalized labour market, and a better understanding of multicultural societies. Training students not only the language but also to participate in civic and social life.
  • Promoting respect to all languages among the citizenship in multilingual and multicultural European societies. Migrant-receiving societies have to offer their own languages as an element of cohesion; and to maintain their cultural and linguistic heritage, while encouraging the knowledge of the languages and cultures of newcomers. Societies can be enriched by plurilingual education, promoting dialogue, recognizing all the languages, and creating positive attitudes among different linguistic and cultural groups. This is the main guarantee for social cohesion.
  • In order to achieve the objectives above mentioned, we need to support opportunities for all in acquiring and developing key competences, including the access to lifelong learning of EU and foreign languages. It is essential to offer suitable formative places where people can develop their plurilingual competences according to their background and goals, and promoting their autonomy.

Programme to be submitted to:
Erasmus+ and Rights Equality and Citizenship programmes, have several projects on this field. The Centre is also interested in post 2020 opportunities.

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