Auhor: Nikola Benin
Europe’s SMEs, local public administration and citizens face particular challenges in addressing basic cyber security threats. On one hand, in the case of SMEs and local public administration, their size and budgetary constraints often precludes them from putting in place highly granular organisational structures, retaining dedicated information security personnel and making significant investments in cybersecurity products or services. Individuals, constantly portrayed as the “weakest link” face the daunting task of having to constantly adapt their behaviour at home and in the workplace and the way they use both their personal or work-related IT equipment and devices in order to avoid falling prey to the latest threats and techniques that malicious actors leverage against them.
Author: Nikola Benin
The SMART-MED Business Model will create enough value and scale for city administrations, cities, businesses and solution providers by aggregating demand for a small group of cities with identical smart projects and by applying common solutions.
Strong interest from all over the European Union
For the 1st call for proposals last March, a total of 378 applications were received from 24 out of the 28 Member States of the EU, including 14 from European capitals.
The “Smart Cities in the Mediterranean” Strategic Partnership aims to work for ‘smartening’ cities in the Mediterranean region by sharing resources, know-how and experience.
The scope of the Partnership is to identify, develop and deploy replicable, balanced and integrated solutions in the energy, transport, and ICT, in small and medium sized cities and islands in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Author: Nikola Benin
The 3rd Human Rights Education Forum invites you to submit your photos or illustrations on the theme of “Learning Equality, Living Dignity”, showcasing the impact of human rights in education.
If you are between 13 and 30 years old and residing in the member states of the European Cultural Convention you are invited to expand on this topic and express your views on it via your creative ideas in the form of a photograph or illustration.
Your entries will have to represent the challenges linked with human rights or education.
You can submit up to three photos or illustrations, accompanied by a description, in English or French, of maximum 200 characters, including the title.
The best photos and illustrations will be recognised with some awards:
1 First Prize is a cash voucher of €300 and participation in the 3rd Compass Human Rights Education Forum.
2 Second Prize – a cash voucher of €100 and participation in the 3rd Compass Human Rights Education Forum.
2 Third Prize – participation in the 3rd Compass Human Rights Education Forum.
Every participant will also receive an official Council of Europe Certificate and materials of the Council of Europe on human rights education.
Deadline for submissions: 31 August 2016, 23:00 CET
Read more: http://bit.ly/2aOaz8P
Author: NIKOLA BENIN
outh Exchange “INPUTS: Inspire People to Understand together the society” | Beja, Portugal | 30 August – 10 September 2016 | Age Limit: 18-30
Youth Exchange “Tune Europe” | Tmelnik, Czechia | 11 – 19 September 2016 | Age Limit: 16 – 23
Training Course “#JeSuisWoman” | Zagreb, Croatia | 26 September – 05 October 2016 | No Age Limit
Application form and Infopacks are provided with the link.
AUTHOR: NIKOLA BENIN
17-25 Kasım Tarihlerinde Vilnius, Litvanya’da gerçekleşecek “Open minds for brighter future” isimli proje için 6 katılımcı aranıyor !
Infopack hazırlanma aşamasında olduğu için sade bir şekliyle ekte bulunan bağlantıdan proje hakkında bilgilere ulaşabilirsiniz.
Başvuru veya bilgi almak için : ” Vilnius ” başlığıyla firstname.lastname@example.org adresine mail gönderebilirsiniz.
Cemea Reunion promotes all opportunities regarding the new Erasmus + program. We have the EVS accreditation for sending, hosting and coordinating.
A lot of youngsters are interested by an experience of mobility, just after the bachelor.
Contact person: MARIE-JULIA POHOSKI BEYSSERIE