Education and Lifelong Learning

first_img Reddit “Tackling Intolerance and Discrimination – A Tool Box” → Share 0 Education and Lifelong Learning Innovation Research Intern, Innovation Unit, UNICEF Supply Division, Copenhagen Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. EligibilityThe seminar covers all Nordplus programmes and is open to participants from all fields of education in search of partners from other Nordic and Baltic countries;The seminar can accommodate a maximum of 150 participants.CostsThe contact seminar is a free event and includes:2 days contact seminar with full programme including materials;2 nights of accommodation at Hotel Bella Sky;All meals during the seminar.Please note that an extra grant of 150 € is provided if the distance between the participant´s hometown and the nearest international airport, train or bus station in home country is more than 250 km.The travel grant will be reimbursed to each organisation after the event has taken place.How to apply?You must apply for participation by filling out the application form. The deadline for applications is 5 October 2016.For more information please visit the official website. September 30, 2016 Published by Ivana Petriskova 28 PhD positions within the Doctoral Programme, TALENT at the Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen Pocket ← Fellowship at Classical Liberal Institute, NYU School of Law +1 LinkedIn 0 Tweet Similar Stories Deadline: 5 October 2016Open to: participants from all fields of education in search of partners from other Nordic and Baltic countriesVenue: 20 – 22 November 2016, Copenhagen, DenmarkThe ProgramThe Nordplus contact seminar provides a unique opportunity for Nordic and Baltic educational institutions to form partnerships, collaborate and share good practices. The possibilities for networking, the educational input and the administrative guidance available at the seminar give a sound ground for preparing a future Nordplus application. The Nordplus programmes are hosting a common contact seminar on Sunday 20th – Tuesday 22nd November 2016. Nordplus covers the five Nordic countries, including the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland, as well as Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.At the contact seminar future applicants will have the opportunity to find partner institutions from the other Nordic and Baltic countries for future projects and applications. The seminar seeks to stimulate initiatives within three themes: integration of refugees and immigrants, Nordic languages and teacher education. However the seminar also welcomes other ideas and topics found relevant by the individual institutions. Research Assistant Programme at the OSCE Parliamentary Assemblylast_img read more