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  • 2015-02-12

    SEARCH

    Sharing KnowledgE Assets: InteRegionally Cohesive NeigHborhoods

     

    SEARCH is a project financed by the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development in the "Socio-economic sciences and the humanities" area.

    Read more to download SEARCH Newsletters and the Deliverables 1.1 , 1.2 & 16.1 .


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  • 2015-02-12

    IncoNet CA/SC

    S & T International Cooperation Network for Central Asian and South Caucasus Countries (IncoNet CA/SC)
     
    is a project coordinated by the ICBSS and funded through the 7th  Framework Programme for Research of the European Community (FP7). The IncoNet CA/SC was launched on 1 April 2010 with duration of 36 months.


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  • 2014-01-28

    BS-ERA.NET

    Networking on Science and Technology in the Black Sea Region

    (BS-ERA.NET)

    Funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Community, the BS-ERA.NET is a network designed to develop and strengthen the coordination of public research (funding) programmes conducted at national and regional level between EU Member States and Associated Countries of the Black Sea region. It was being funded by the European Commission for a duration of 36 months (January 2009 - December 2011).


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  • 2014-01-28

    BSRP


  • 2011-08-18

    BS-ResPot


    The Research Potential of the BSEC countries (BS-ResPot)
    is a project coordinated by the ICBSS and funded by the Sixth Framework Programme of the European Commission. BS-ResPot covers the twelve countries that form the Organisation of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC), namely the Republic of Albania, Republic of Armenia, Republic of Azerbaijan, Republic of Bulgaria, Georgia, Hellenic Republic, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia*, Republic of Turkey and Ukraine.


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  • 2011-08-18

    ActionPlan-BS


    The aim of the project has been the preparation of an Action Plan in Science and Technology for the Black Sea countries and its adoption at the level of relevant Ministers.



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  • 2011-08-24

    EU-Black Sea Observatory


    The EU-Black Sea Observatory's objective is to systematically monitor and analyse developments in the Black Sea region through policy research, media monitoring and other related activities. It will focus primarily on the EU’s policies towards the wider Black Sea area and its relations with the countries of the region: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.


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