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You are a non-governmental organization, a community-based organization, a research institution, a group of university students interested in doing actions to protect the environment, to inform citizens about the benefit of the adoption of EU environment standards, to make pressure to the public institution for respecting the Environmental legislation. You would like to be part of the ENV.net?

ENV.net calls for proposals

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ENV.net just will launch soon its calls for proposals for the award of sub-grants. Do not miss the opportunity to join us!

See past calls for proposals:

In Turkey

Title of the call
Deadline of the call
 Application package

Yerel Sorunlara Yerel Çözümler: Çevresel Katılımcılık Hibe Programı””
 30 Nisan 2014, 17:00 Application closed

 

In Kosovo

Title of the call
Deadline of the call
 Application package

Green actions”
10th March 2014 at 16h00 hours Application closed 

In Montenegro, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Title of the call
Deadline of the call
 Application package

“Involving citizens for a greener Europe (small scale action scheme for the benefit of CSOs in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro)”
15th March 2014 at 15h00 hours (Italy time) Application closed 

In Albania

Title of the call
Deadline of the call
 Application package

“Small Scale Environmental Inventions Initiatives
24th February 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Tirana time Application closed

In Serbia

Title of the call
Deadline of the call
 Application package

EU: we watch and learn to be ready!
28th February 2014 at 23:59 Belgrade time  Application closed

If you are interested in these calls, please download the application package, open the guidelines and see all the information concerning the objectives of the call, the eligibility and evaluation criteria, the amount of the Grant and the other contractual condition. And then follow the application procedure, submit your proposal and join the ENV.net with your initiatives!

 

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