Sustainable Development & Circular Economy

EU Funds Training in Dublin, 12-13 March 2018 Getting the best of current practices & anticipating post-2020 interventions Join us this March in Dublin to learn more about Sustainable Development in EU Policies in general and in ESIF 2014-2020 in particular. We will: focus on Circular Economy and how it could be applied at ESIF programme and project level; discuss promoting Sustainable Development and Circular Economy in your programmes, now and post-2020; look for new methods of integrating Sustainable Development perspectives into Operating Programmes and projects delivery; learn more about the EC Circular Economy Action Plan; visit a Dublin-based centre
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2018 Training Programme

In 2018 we are bringing you 14 different face-to-face trainings taking place all over Europe, including 8 brand new topics. Unwrap the programme to find the training agendas, their key features, learning objectives, fees & available discounts.
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Covering EU Funds Management from A-Z #5DayTraining #Paris #December

We invite you to join us in Paris for our 5-Day EU Funds training from 4-8 December 2017. With experts Susanne Volz, Colm Dunne and Franck Sottou participants get step-by-step knowledge about the key points of EU Funds management at programme and project level. This 5-day training focuses on EU 2020 strategies / New Logframe of indicators / Key alerts about errors, irregularities and fraud / Essential knowledge about the Theory of Change / Examples of Smart Specialisation and Sustainable Development schemes. It also introduces simplification steps towards a more efficient and effective EU Funds management. Contact us for training
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Focusing on Circular Economy: Seminar & study visit report

5 Main Takeaways from Seminar & Study Visit “Focusing on Circular Economy” From 1-2 June 2017 ETCP Seminar & Study Visit “Focusing on Circular Economy“ took place  in Copenhagen, with support from the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and European Environment Agency (EEA). It was a partner event of EU Green Week, European Commission’s annual opportunity to debate and discuss European environmental policy. To spread the word about the important lessons learned during the event, here are our key takeaways from Copenhagen:
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