The Interreg North-West Europe (NWE) Programme is one of the fifteen transnational cooperation programmes financed by the European Union. It is financed through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)1.
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The objective is to increase the levels of development and socio-economic integration of the three archipelagos promoting a strategy based on the promotion of the society of knowledge, sustainable development and improving the levels of socio-economic integration space cooperation with countries of their geographical and cultural environment.
The ESRC Research Grants (open call) invites proposals from eligible individuals and research teams for standard research projects, large-scale surveys and other infrastructure projects and for methodological developments.
RPF was established by the Republic of Cyprus in 1996 to serve as the national organisation for the promotion of scientific and technological research in Cyprus.
The Greek Operational Programme for Fisheries and Sea (OPFS) 2014-2020 is one of the seven sectoral programs under the Partnership Agreement for the Development Framework 2014-2020.
The Agreement constitutes the main strategic plan for growth in Greece with the contribution of significant resources originating from the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) of the European Union.
PRIN aims at: (i) Funding research projects proposed freely by the universities ; (ii) Promoting and developing actions favouring the interactions between the different actors of the national public research system and between them and other public and private research organizations, national or international.