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Deadlines Deadlines up to 15 April 2013 Deadline Reminder: http://www.eurodesk.eu/edesk/SearchDb.do?go=1 Reference Deadline Programme Title number EU0010000372

1 January 2013

Euro-Med Youth Programme

EU0010000515

1 January 2013

Student Grants Programme

EU0010000387

3 January 2013

Traineeships at the European Maritime Safety Agency

EU0010000050

8 January 2013

People (FP7) - Marie Curie Actions

EU0010000331

8 January 2013

Researchers’ night

EU0010000358

15 January 2013

EU0010000413

15 January 2013

Internship at the European Commission Delegation to the United Nations in New York Bogliasco Fellowships Programme

EU0010000031

16 January 2013

Lifelong Learning - COMENIUS

EU0010000069

16 January 2013

Lifelong Learning - GRUNDTVIG

EU0010000064

20 January 2013

Vulcanus in Japan

EU0010000512

20 January 2013

Europe Past Forward - EESC annual video challenge

EU0010000138

20 January 2013

EU0010000260

28 January 2013

Partnership Programme on European Youth Worker Training Innovact Campus Awards

EU0010000386

28 January 2013

European Charlemagne Youth Prize

EU0010000389

30 January 2013

EU0010000001

31 January 2013

Traineeship at the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) Lifelong Learning - Leonardo da Vinci

EU0010000005

31 January 2013

Lifelong Learning - ERASMUS

EU0010000072

31 January 2013

EU0010000090

31 January 2013

EU0010000225

31 January 2013

Traineeships at the European Commission Administrative in- service training periods Traineeships at the European Commission Translation traineeships European University for Postgraduate Research

EU0010000263

31 January 2013

Internships at the World Bank

EU0010000470

31 January 2013

MEDIA 2007-Support for the digitisation of cinemas

EU0010000510

31 January 2013

Model European Union 2013

EU0010000004

1 February 2013

EU0010000030

1 February 2013

Traineeships and Study Visits at the European Parliament YOUTH IN ACTION - Action 1: Youth for Europe

EU0010000035

1 February 2013

EU0010000085

1 February 2013

EU0010000088

1 February 2013

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YOUTH IN ACTION - Action 2 : European Voluntary Service European Youth Foundation - Grants for international youth activities Europe for Citizens: Action 1: Active citizenship for Europe - Town Twinning

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Reference number

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EU0010000322

1 February 2013

EU0010000355

1 February 2013

EU0010000356

1 February 2013

EU0010000357

1 February 2013

EU0010000165

6 February 2013

EU0010000028

12 February 2013

Europe for Citizens - Active Civil Society for Europe (Action 2) YOUTH IN ACTION - Action 3.1 Cooperation with the neighbouring countries of the EU YOUTH IN ACTION - Action 4.3. Training and networking of those active in youth work and youth organisations YOUTH IN ACTION - Action 5.1 - Meetings of young people and those responsible for youth policy Culture (2007-2013) : Strand 1 - Support for Cultural Actions EU-Japan Training programmes

EU0010000178

15 February 2013

Translation Traineeships at the European Parliament

EU0010000037

15 February 2013

Lifelong Learning - Jean Monnet Programme

EU0010000530

15 February 2013

Young Researcher of the Year Award 2013

EU0010000404

20 February 2013

European Youth Capital

EU0010000360

28 February 2013

Lifelong Learning - Languages (Key Activity 2)

EU0010000361

28 February 2013

EU0010000362

28 February 2013

EU0010000436

28 February 2013

EU0010000210

1 March 2013

EU0010000349

1 March 2013

Lifelong Learning - Policy Co-operation and Innovation in Lifelong Learning (Key Activity 1) Lifelong Learning - Development of Innovative ICTbased Content, Services, Pedagogies and Practice for Lifelong Learning (Key Activity 3) Lifelong Learning – Dissemination and Exploitation of Results and Exchange of Good Practice (Key Activity 4) Young European of the Year Award - Travel Fellowships & InterRail-Global-Passes Fulbright - Schuman Programme

EU0010000468

1 March 2013

Heinrich Boll Foundation Scholarships

EU0010000329

17 March 2013

BEST courses for students of technology

EU0010000199

25 March 2013

ECF Project Grants Scheme

EU0010000034

26 March 2013

Tempus IV

EU0010000020

31 March 2013

Traineeships at the Committee of the Regions

EU0010000192

31 March 2013

EU0010000234

31 March 2013

EU0010000324

31 March 2013

Traineeships and Fellowships at the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML) Traineeships at the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (Trade marks and Designs) Marco Biagi Awards for young scholars

EU0010000021

1 April 2013

Traineeship at the Council of the European Union

EU0010000152

1 April 2013

Traineeships at the Economic and Social Committee

EU0010000229

1 April 2013

EU0010000352

15 April 2013

International youth activities held in co-operation with the European Youth Centres Traineeships at the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe

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Documentation Eurodesk Brussels Link Winter Newsletter The winter edition outlines the cooperation the Eurodesk network is doing with other European organisations and gives the latest information on network activities. http://eepurl.com/s58gP. The structure of the European education systems 2012/13: schematic diagrams The diagrams show the structure of mainstream schooling in 39 education systems, from pre-primary level up to tertiary education. The diagrams also cover the different education levels, the various age-groups at which pupils officially start schooling and the duration of studies at each level. Names of institutions and study programmes are listed in the national language of each country. The education systems of the 34 countries in the Eurydice Network (EU Member States, EFTA countries, Croatia, Serbia and Turkey) are included. http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/documents/facts_and_figures/educat ion_structures_EN.pdf Committee of the Regions Youth on the Move Survey Final Report Report of the Committee of the Regions (CoR) survey conducted to assess the “Youth on the Move” flagship initiative of the Europe 2020 Strategy between September and November 2012. It assesses to what extent the Europe 2020 flagship initiative “Youth on the Move” has provided the intended benefits to communities and regions. The survey is also part of a broader monitoring and assessment exercise of all seven Europe 2020 flagship initiatives. It is based on 34 responses from 15 EU Member States. http://portal.cor.europa.eu/europe2020/SiteCollectionDocuments/Europe %202020%20MP_Youth%20on%20the %20Move_FinalResults_survey_formatted.pdf T-Kit No. 12 - Youth transforming conflict Published by the partnership between European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth, the kit offers the opportunity to explore different aspects of youth work in relation to conflict. It takes the position that the role of youth work in addressing conflict is to prevent the negative consequences of conflict and optimise its positive potential through management and transformation activities for, by and with young people. By providing opportunities to question reality and the status quo, by supporting young people to find the answers to their questions, by helping young people to develop their critical literacy, youth work makes a contribution to positive and constructive social change and therefore to conflict transformation. http://youth-partnership-eu.coe.int/export/sites/default/youthpartnership/publications/T-kits/T-Kit_12_EN.pdf CoR EU Citizens Passport Launched by the Committee of the Regions, the EU Citizens Passport is an information leaflet which looks like a real passport, and informing about the European Union. It provides a brief summary, in 24 languages, of the EU-level rights that come with the European Union Citizenship that all nationals of the European Union's member states enjoy in addition to their national rights. The EU Citizens Passport will be widely distributed to EU cities and regions during the

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upcoming European Year of Citizens 2013 as a contribution to the communication campaign and awareness-raising activities of the European Year of Citizens. http://cor.europa.eu/en/news/forums/Documents/eu_passport.swf European Year of Citizens 2013 TheEuropean Union's official website for the European Year of Citizens (EYC2013) has been launched. It offers information and documentation about the Year itself, as well as a central EU-wide calendar of events. It includes regular EYC2013-related news from around Europe, gives up-to-date information on EU funding opportunities and encourages citizens to voice their opinions and concerns via links to the EU public consultations, the European Citizens' Initiative web site, Your Europe, Solvit, the Europe Direct Contact Centres, and the Europe Direct Call Centre. http://europa.eu/citizens-2013 Maribor: European Youth Capital 2013 Maribor, Slovenia, takes over from Braga, Portugal the title of European Youth Capital for 2013. The city of Maribor stands out for an innovative bottom-up approach in which young people are involved in every step of the planning of activities and policies. The Youth Capital title was launched by the European Youth Forum (YFJ) to encourage the development of new ideas and innovative projects with regards to the active participation of young people in society and to foster the co-operation on youth policies at local and European level. During 2013, Maribor will offer a hectic programme with events and activities giving more participation and more opportunities to young people for taking active roles in making real contributions to their communities. http://www.mb2013.si/en EU Skills Panorama This shows national, European and international research findings on skills and jobs. The site offers quantitative and qualitative information on short- and mediumterm skills needs, skills supply and skills mismatches. It has detailed information sector-by-sector, profession by profession and country by country and shows that the occupations with the most unfilled vacancies in the EU today are those of finance and sales professionals. http://euskillspanorama.ec.europa.eu "Keep me safe" video documentary Launched by the Council of Europe on the occasion of Universal Children’s Day, the documentary illustrates good practices taking place in different member states through prevention, education and protection of victims, and through promoting child-friendly justice. http://webtv.coe.int/index.php? VODID=260&CategoryID=2&SubCategoryID=56760&arrows=1

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European Opportunities

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Photo Contest - What does science mean to you? Every month, teams of three young people from 13 to 18 years old, from the European Union, will have the opportunity to express their answers to the question ‘What does science mean to you?’ in a photo. The photos will be voted online by their peers. Each month between December 2012 and May 2013 a winning team will be announced based on the results of online voting. The six monthly winning entries between December 2012 and May 2013 will then participate in the final vote-off in June 2013 to determine the final three winners of the competition. Only one photo per team may be submitted. No team member can participate in more than one team. The online voting will be open from 00:01 CET on the 16 th of the month until the last day of each month at 23:59 CET, from December 2012 to May 2013. The 1st Prize winning team will get a trip to Prague to attend the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) in September 2013 for no more than 3 days. The 2nd Prize winning team will be offered a trip to Ispra to visit the research facilities of the Joint Research Centre in 2013 for no more than 2 days. Each members of the 3rd Prize winning team will be offered an ICE Watch branded to the campaign's visual identity: Science: it's a girl thing! Deadline to submit entries: 15th of each month until May 2013. The Contest is organised by the European Commission. Find out more: http://science-girl-thing.eu/en/contest Model European Union 2013 This offers a unique simulation of EU decision-making and politics, taking place annually in Strasbourg and bringing together highly skilled and motivated young Europeans. Participants will have the opportunity to have a first-hand experience of the functioning of European institutions right on the premises of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, from 20 th to 27th April 2013. Young people from 18 to 26 years old, from the EU or any EFTA country, as well as Croatia and Turkey, who are curious about the functioning of the European Institutions and who want to actively take part in a life-like simulation are invited to apply. The proposals up for debate in MEU 2013 are the following: - Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on collective management of copyright and related rights and multi-territorial licensing of rights in musical works for online uses in the internal market. - Simulation of the Croatia’s EU membership accession negotiations. This will be the first time ever that the Consent Procedure will be simulated. Deadline to apply: 31st January 2013. Find out more: http://meu-strasbourg.org Google Europe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities The scholarship is addressed to students with disabilities who are pursuing university degrees in the field of computer science at a university anywhere in the European Union. The scholarship aims to help dismantle barriers that prevent students with disabilities from entering computing, encourage them to excel in their studies and become active role models and leaders in creating technology. Candidates should be at the final year of a Bachelor’s degree, or enrolled in a Master’s or PhD programme (or equivalent), in 2013/2014, be enrolled at a University in Europe, be citizens, permanent residents and international students

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with disabilities studying at a University in Europe. The best candidates will each receive a 7,000 EUR (or equivalent) scholarship for the 2013/2014 academic year. In June 2013, they will be invited to visit a Google European office for an allexpenses-paid networking retreat. Deadline to apply: 1st February 2013. Find out more: http://www.google.com/studentswithdisabilities-europe Tempus IV Tempus is the EU programme that supports the modernisation of higher education in the partner countries of the Western Balkans, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, North Africa and the Middle East. It contributes to creating an area of cooperation in the field of higher education between the European Union and partner countries surrounding the European Union. The purpose of this call for proposals is to promote multilateral cooperation among higher education institutions, authorities and organisations from EU Member States and partner countries, with the focus on the reform and modernisation of higher education. Tempus finances two types of action: 1) Joint Projects: projects with a ‘bottom-up’ approach aiming at modernisation and reform on an institutional (university) level. Joint Projects aim at transferring knowledge between universities, organisations and institutions from the EU and from the partner countries as well as between partner country entities as appropriate. 2) Structural Measures: projects seeking to contribute to the development and reform of higher education systems in partner countries, as well as to enhance their quality and relevance and to increase their voluntary convergence with EU developments. Structural Measures will be interventions designed to support structural reform of higher education systems and the strategic framework development at national level. Under this call, national and multi-country projects can be financed. Deadline to apply is 26th March 2013, 12.00 (CET). Find out more: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/tempus/funding/2012/call_eacea_35_2012_en.php BNP Paribas Ace Manager Competition The Competition is based on an interactive economic simulation of the bank’s activities linked to the Company’s three fields of activity: Corporate and Investment Banking, Investment Solutions and Retail Banking. Participants will be undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a school of higher education or a university, under 26 years old. They will be grouped together into teams and will have to resolve different case studies that, according to the appropriateness of their decisions, will enable them to accumulate points (“Aces”). The aim of the Competition is to obtain a maximum number of Aces to ensure that one’s team qualifies for the international final which will take place on 15 th April 2013 (indicative date) and during which the 5 finalist Teams will be given their final ranking and will be also awarded with cash prizes. Deadline for registering is 26th March 2013. Detailed information can be found at: http://acemanager.bnpparibas.com ILO Photo Contest "WORK4YOUTH" Launched by the ILO Youth Employment Programme the global Photo contest "WORK4YOUTH" aims at highlighting the challenges young people face in the workplace. Participants from all around the world are invited to take pictures that capture youth at work (in different places and under various conditions) in a creative and original manner. They will have to focus specifically on working conditions, gender barriers, discrimination, informality, entrepreneurship, working

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poverty, migration, precarious work, and the rural economy, among others. They can submit up to a maximum of five photos per person. A jury will award a total of five prizes in two categories: Global: A selection made from all photo entries 1) Best photo: USD 1,000 2) Second best photo: USD 500 3) Youth prize (entries of persons aged 18-29 years): USD 800 Regional: A selection made from photo entries from the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region 4) CEE best photo: USD 1,000 5) CEE youth prize (entries of persons aged 18-29 years): USD 800 The winning photos will be displayed in an online photo exhibition. Deadline: 15th April 2013 at 23:59 (European Central Time). Read all details on: http://www.ilo.org/employment/areas/youth-employment/work-for-youth/photocontest/WCMS_194593/lang--en/index.htm ICI Education Cooperation Programme — call for proposals EACEA 44/2012 for Joint Mobility Projects (JMP) and Joint Degree Projects (JDP) This 2012 call for Proposals supports co-operation with Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the Republic of Korea by means of Joint Degree Projects (JDP) and Joint Mobility projects (JMP). Such projects focus on structured exchanges of students and faculty members; and on the joint development of joint or shared curricula and joint study programmes, as well as on the award of joint or double degrees in the case of Joint Degree projects. All projects must address: development of innovative international curricula; student services, language and cultural preparation; organisational frameworks for student mobility and faculty members' mobility; evaluation; sustainability and dissemination. In the case of Joint Degree Projects the Call is open to consortia of higher education institutions. In the case of Joint Mobility Projects the Call is open to consortia of vocational and training institutions or higher education institutions. Eligible applicants must be from one of the Partner Countries and from one of the 27 countries of the European Union or Croatia (Croatia is expected to become a Member State of the European Union on 1st July 2013. The participation of Croatia in the present call for proposals is subject to the entry into force of the Accession Treaty by the date of the award decision). Deadline: 15th May 2013. Read all details on: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/bilateral_cooperation/eu_ici_ecp/funding/call_2012_en.p hp Please also look at the Programmes folder within the Eurodesk intranet for news on European and international (funding) opportunities.

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Highlights Citizens able to stand as candidates in another EU country more easily under new EU rules On 20th December, the EU Council of Ministers adopted a European Commission proposal to make it easier for EU citizens living in another Member State to stand as candidates in the 2014 European Parliament elections. This follows an overwhelming vote by the European Parliament in favour of the proposal (618 votes in favour, 23 votes against and 14 abstentions) on 20th November. This is one the Commission’s initiatives to promote and facilitate participation in the European elections. It will be complemented by the work of the European institutions during the 2013 European Year of Citizens, which will help better inform citizens about their rights and prepare the ground for the next European elections in 2014. http://europa.eu/rapid/pressrelease_MEMO-12-1020_en.htm Youth employment: Commission proposes package of measures Measures to help Member States tackle unacceptable levels of youth unemployment and social exclusion by giving young people jobs, education and training have been proposed by the European Commission. As requested by the European Council and European Parliament, the Commission's Youth Employment Package includes a proposed Recommendation to Member States on introducing the Youth Guarantee to ensure that all young people up to age 25 receive a quality offer of a job, continued education, an apprenticeship or a traineeship within four months of leaving formal education or becoming unemployed. The proposed recommendation urges Member States to establish strong partnerships with stakeholders,

ensure early intervention by employment services and other partners supporting young people, take supportive measures to enable labour integration, make full use of the European Social Fund and other structural funds to that end, assess and continuously improve the Youth Guarantee schemes and implement the schemes rapidly. The Commission will support Member States through EU funding, by promoting exchanges of good practice, monitoring implementation of Youth Guarantees in the European Semester exercise and awareness-raising. To facilitate school-to-work-transitions, the Package also launches a consultation of European social partners on a Quality Framework for Traineeships so as to enable young people to acquire high-quality work experience under safe conditions. Furthermore, it announces a European Alliance for Apprenticeships to improve the quality and supply of apprenticeships available by spreading successful apprenticeship schemes across the Member States and outlines ways to reduce obstacles to mobility for young people. http://tinyurl.com/c78tukj European Union receives the Nobel Peace Prize On 10th December, in a ceremony at Oslo City Hall; representatives of the European Union received this year's Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of six decades of peace, reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe. The leaders of the EU, represented by the Presidents of the European Council, the Commission and the European Parliament were accompanied by representatives from EU institutions, EU social partners and four young people: Ana from Spain, Elena from Italy, Ilona from Poland and Larkin from Malta the four

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winners of the youth drawing and writing contest "Peace, Europe, Future" organised by the EU to mark the occasion. In a common decision the EU leaders decided to double the Nobel Peace Prize money to a joint sum of 2 million euros and under the EU Children of Peace initiative, to award it to four projects helping conflict-affected children worldwide. http://ec.europa.eu/echo/EU4children /index_en.htm EU Budget 2013: all you need to know The EU's budget for 2013 was adopted by Parliament during the December plenary. The agreement, signed by the presidents of EP, Council and Commission, also secures additional funding to cover shortfalls for the 2012 budget and includes a guarantee from the other EU institutions that they will deal swiftly with anticipated shortfalls in 2013. The budget package for 2012/2013 includes €6 billion to cover outstanding bills for 2012. The 2013 budget focuses on boosting growth and creating jobs and includes a strategy for dealing with payment shortfalls in the future. Check the European Parliament infographics to know more about it and how the EU budget compares to the national budgets. http://tinyurl.com/cxpxm8x Erasmus: find out how it works and how it was saved The popular Erasmus programme has enabled nearly three million students and teachers to study and work abroad, but its continued functioning was threatened by the funding shortfall in the 2012 EU budget. It has now been saved thanks to the Parliament negotiating a €6 billion deal to cover outstanding bills as well an agreement with the other EU institutions to deal with any shortfalls in 2013 promptly.

MEPs adopted the budget package during the December plenary. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/ en/headlines/content/20121213STO0 4619/html/Erasmus-find-out-how-itworks-and-how-it-was-saved Take part in MY World survey The United Nations and its partners are inviting citizens of all ages, genders and backgrounds, and particularly the world’s poor and marginalised communities to join MY World, an innovative global survey. Through creative online web, mobile and offline paper survey methods, My World allows people across the world to tell the UN, and in particular the Secretary General's High Level Panel, the most important issues they would like the post-2015 agenda to address. The survey will be open from now until 2015. Results will firstly be submitted to the Secretary General´s High Level Panel for Post-2015 before their meetings in Monrovia, Bali and New York and will feed into their final report and recommendations for a new development framework in May 2013. http://www.myworld2015.org Cluj-Napoca: European Youth Capital 2015 On 24th November, Cluj-Napoca (Romania) won the title of European Youth Capital 2015. The competition was intense, with all shortlisted candidates presenting strong applications and promising visions on how to implement European youth policies and foster participation of young people. Cluj-Napoca ambitious ‘SHARE’ programme, a European dimension of its application, proved close cooperation with universities, civil society and other local partners and was a decisive element in the final jury deliberations. As a result, the Transylvanian city has been awarded the chance to fully showcase its youth-related cultural, social, political and economic life and development in 2015 and beyond. Doing so, it will be following other European Youth

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Capitals: Rotterdam (The Netherlands, 2009), Torino (Italy, 2010), Antwerp (Belgium, 2011), Braga (Portugal, 2012), Maribor (Slovenia, 2013) and Thessaloniki (Greece, 2014). The other shortlisted candidates for

the European Youth Capital (EYC) 2015 were: Varna (Bulgaria), Vilnius (Lithuania), and Ivanovo (Russia). Find out more: http://europeanyouthcapital.org

Please also look at the News folder within the Eurodesk intranet for other European news from the network.

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Upcoming Events 1st January-30th June 2013: EU Irish Council Presidency Starting January 1st Ireland will hold the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union for the 7th time. The Presidency coincides with the 40th anniversary of Ireland’s membership of the EU. Ireland is the first Presidency in the Trio with Lithuania (second half 2013) and Greece (first half 2014). The Irish Presidency will work on promoting sustainable economic growth and jobs and strengthening Europe’s competitive advantage, restoring stability and confidence through effective economic governance for Europe and supporting growth and reform. The Irish presidency will also address the critical levels of youth joblessness across the EU by making progress on the Youth Employment and Youth Guarantee proposals. During the European Year of Citizens in 2013, the Presidency also plans to make progress on a range of initiatives aimed to promote free movement across the EU and to protect workers’ rights. The launch of the Irish Presidency will take place on 10th January 2013 in Dublin. Information on the new Presidency, its work programme, the main priorities, position papers, events and latest news can be found on the presidency website http://www.eu2013.ie Marseille and Kosice European Capitals of Culture 2013 Marseille in France along with Kosice in Slovakia are the two European Capitals of Culture for 2013. From January 2013 they will officially start a year of music, theatre, dance, film and literature events showing their culture to the world. Further information on their celebrations and events can be found at: Marseille 2013: http://marseillecityofculture.eu Kosice 2013: http://www.kosice2013.sk 23rd-24th January 2013: Conference "Your Europe 2013" Brussels, Belgium Open space event organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) to explore future pathways of active European citizenship. The aim of the event is to discuss current issues with a view to establishing concrete activities and outcomes (what does active citizenship mean, what are European values). The event will also be a catalyst for strengthening citizens' activism and ownership (trigger ideas, link participants' activities and projects together); and to come up with new creative solutions (how to involve, inform, motivate and mobilise the various actors where participants see the need). Deadline to apply: 15th January 2013. Find out more: http://www.eesc.europa.eu/?i=portal.en.events-and-activities-youreurope2013 12th-13th February 2013: iLearning Forum 2013, Paris, France The forum will be the place for all the demonstrations and the presentations of the latest international innovation in e-learning (simulations, interactive video, serious games, skills and management applications, the development of contents tools,

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social networks of learning). The access to the forum is free. Find out more: http://www.ilearningforum.org European Citizenship Training Courses 2013 The courses are meant to support youth workers and youth leaders developing their critical understanding of European Citizenship and encourage them to integrate the topic in their practical work. List of proposed Courses for 2013: •Training Course 6: ECTC-TR in Turkey (8th-14th April 2013) Deadline: 20th January 2013; •Training Course 7: ECTC-PT in Portugal (13th-19th May 2013) Deadline: 3rd February 2013; •EXTRA Training Course: ECTC-FR in France (25th Febraury-3rd March 2013) Deadline: 21st January 2013 All details are available here: http://www.salto-youth.net/rc/training-and-cooperation/tc-rcnanetworktcs/europeancitizenship Salto-Youth: Training Calendar The European Training Calendar contains current training offers of different institutions and organisations, such as SALTO, the National Agencies for the YOUTH IN ACTION Programme, non-governmental youth organisations, the European Youth Centres of the Council of Europe and the Partnership Programme on European Youth Worker Training. They are addressed to young people, group leaders, mentors, trainers and other specialists. Find out more: http://www.salto-youth.net/tools/training/find-a-training/?&pagerOffset=90

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