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Europa Media Trainings
 
eu budget
The 2021 EU Annual Budget Explained
As everything else in 2020, this draft budget reflects the unusual time it was prepared in. Of course, this will go in parallel with Europe’s long-standing priorities highlighted by Commission von der Leyen.
Learn about the budget distribution for next year.
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tip of the month Tips from our trainers
Beginnings for a Junior EU Project Manager can be tough sometimes. You are both new to the job and to the EU programmes you will be working with. Whether it is time management or quality research, the examples around you are gold.
Read about what the more experienced would tell their junior project manager self.
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questions and answers Q&A from our participants
What is the difference between centralized and decentralized EU programmes?
Not much anymore. On average, centralized programmes have more administrative flexibility, and documentation and reporting happen electronically (e.g. Justice, Creative Europe, Erasmus+, LIFE). Whereas, depending on the country, some decentralized programmes may still require paper-based or CD/USB-based reporting (e.g. ESIF, INTERREG) and face more administrative obligations.
 
 
Upcoming courses
Reporting in Horizon 2020 and Horizon Europe: Continuous and periodic reporting
In this course you’ll gain a full overview of the reporting duties related to Continuous and Periodic Reporting, and a detailed introduction to the official online reporting tools.
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19th October | 14:00 CEST

How to write a successful R&I proposal (2-day course)
This proposal writing course will provide you with practical tips and tools for submitting competitive proposals under the last calls of Horizon 2020.
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22 – 23 October | 09:00 – 15:00 CEST
 
 
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events EU Green Week 2020: a fully immersive virtual conference.
This event is taking place between 19-22 October, on the theme of nature and biodiversity! EU Green Week will examine how EU policies such as the European Green Deal can help protect and restore nature, leaving it room to recover and thrive.
Attend
calls European capacities for citizen deliberation and participation for the Green Deal
This call covers citizen deliberation and participation, where transnational networks of diverse stakeholders should share good practices and implement participatory and deliberation processes in order to deliver on the Green Deal.
Check the call