Second call for Western Balkan Youth Window projects

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) in Brussels has issued the second call for projects within the КА2 Capacity Building in the field of youth – Western Balkans Youth Window programme. Application documentation is available via this LINK. This project line enables organisations or institutions from Serbia, B&H, Montenegro, Albania and *Kosovo to be project leaders but also partners as well.

For more information about the rules, eligibility, possibilities for participation etc. please consult the Erasmus + Programme Guide, 2016, version 2. The part that applies to opportunities from the abovementioned countries to apply directly is found on pages 169-182. It is recoomended that the prospective applicants consult the FAQs sections Who can apply for КА2 and How to apply for KA2. We also remind prospective applicants that PIC number registration is mandatory for all partners on the project.

Organisations wishing to apply are invited to submit applications on-line to the EACEA. Applications must be received by 12.00 p.m (mid-day Brussels time) on 01 July 2016.

Marjan Marinković, CDER Serbia

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