The call was published on enicbcmed.eu here: http://www.enicbcmed.eu/node/109. The European Strategic Cluster Partnerships for Excellence (ESCP-4x) aim to support the development of cluster management excellence and strengthen strategic cross-regional collaboration between industrial clusters across Europe. The said office must have the capacity to undertake legal obligations (signing contracts) and assume financial liability. In the framework of the EU-funded cross-border cooperation Programme “ENI CBC Med”, this project aims to reinforce the impact of the funded projects across the Mediterranean region, through the creation of 4 thematic clusters of projects based on the 4 thematic objectives of the Programme – namely business and SMEs development; technological transfer and innovation; social inclusion and fight against poverty; environment and climate change. Moreover, according to par. Associates do not have to meet the criteria set in section 4.3.1 of the Guidelines for Applicants on geographical eligibility.
ENI CBC Med Programme adopted by the European Commission on 17 December 2015 - Decision No C(2015) 9133. There is no pre-defined list so Applicants and partners shall refer to the criteria mentioned by the EU Directive reported in par. The total EU contribution to the call is €84.6 million. Provided that the MA cannot give a prior opinion on specific issues concerning the appointment of project staff that remains a decision of the organization participating in the project, associates should be considered as organisations represented by one or more persons that can be invited to attend meetings or events. 'Promotion of social inclusion and fight against poverty' represents a new topic of the Programme compared to the current one. The participation of each organisation will be checked under step 1 (relevance and quality of the design) on the basis, among other things, of the following information: national registration number (e.g. Large organisations such as universities, national research centers etc., should indicate the financial and technical information at “department” level (the one involved in the project). 4.6.3 of the Guidelines for Applicants, “Human Resources/staff costs" shall correspond to the "actual gross salaries including social security charges and other remuneration-related costs of the staff assigned to the project, including social security charges and other remuneration-related costs”. VAT, national code, social security etc. Yes, the participation of Applicants and partners not having their main headquarter but only a decentralised registered office or structure in the eligible regions is admitted. No. ), name of the organisation and name of the legal representative".
Prpject proposals shall be submitted through the e-application form within 9 November 2017 at 1:00 pm (GMT+1).
This service is not available anymore. solidarity economic actors, B.4.1: Water management – Support All changes should be indicated in a letter addressed to the MA attached to the supporting documents to be sent within the deadline specified by the MA in the notification letter addressed to the Applicant of the projects admitted to step 2 of the evaluation process. Transnational events will be organized to promote dialogue between institutional actors in the EU/MED area, as well as to attract in the thematic community new stakeholders. First, the verification of eligibility will be performed only for projects which have been preselected and which have been notified about their admission to step 2 of the evaluation process. Yes. Submission of applications by December, 6th. Provided that the financial guarantee is not requested for EU Public Bodies, including bodies governed by public law, and International Organizations, a financial guarantee valid until the end of the Grant Contract (as stated in the Guidelines for Applicants), may be requested by the MA only to Lead Beneficiaries and for the amount of the first pre-financing. The call has been published on 18 July 2017. According to the Joint Operational Programme (section 1.1.2) and to the Guidelines for Applicants (section 4.3.1 and 4.3.2), participation of partners located in adjoining regions listed in section 4.1 may be allowed by the Joint Monitoring Committee on a case by case basis, taken into account the objective benefits that such participation would ensure to a specific project and to the Programme as a whole. external “Interreg Neighbourhood 686 Followers, 408 Following, 281 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ENI CBC Med Programme (@enicbcmed) BESTMEDGRAPE aims at supporting the creation of new start-ups/SMEs by transferring scientific/technological knowledge on local grape cultivars and exploitation of wine by-products as a source of bioactive compounds that are transformed in innovative commercial health products, when appropriately incorporated in ad hoc nanocarriers. Sections 3 and 4 must always be filled in while section 5 needs to be filled in only by organizations coming from the above Mediterranean Partner Counties for which the State aide regulation applies. No, there is no predefined list of specific and general objectives to choose from while expected results, result/output indicators shall be chosen from those contained for each Priority in the Joint Operational Programme and automatically sorted out in the e-AF. The main objectives of the project are to support knowledge exchange and management among ENI CBC Med funded projects based on synergies with UfM main policy orientations and ongoing initiatives, as well as to promote key projects outputs and good practices with decision-makers at local, national and regional level in order to support evidence-based policy making.
Therefore, in order to enable the JMC to decide on this issue, the project should clearly describe and justify in the Application Form the added value that the partner coming from an adjoining region would bring to the achievement of project expected results. The same rule applies to determine which proposals will be awarded a grant: the highest ranked projects will be provisionally selected for the award of a grant, by taking into consideration the financial allocation for each Priority. These cookies do not store any personal information.
First call for standard projects. Therefore, the role of associate is not compatible with that of sub-contractor or that of organization being awarded a sub-grant. As a general rule, the kick-off meeting is a key step in the start-up phase of the project, gathering all partners: therefore, it should be indicated under WP1. Please note that, for each partner, the final total difference should either be equal to "0" or to a positive amount. As an example, for Priority A.1.1 that has a financial allocation of about € 6.773.473, a number of projects requesting about €13.000.000, will be admitted to step 2, according to the ranking list. There is no limitation in the number of proposals where the same organization can participate as partner. 5.4 of the Guidelines for Applicants must be provided only upon request of the Managing Authority (MA), in the event the original documents – such as the external audit report for the last 3 years - need to be kept in the official accountancy documentation of the applicant or partner organization, a copy of the said documents can be provided instead of the original version. Each organisation being part of partnership shall demonstrate to have the necessary experience, skills, technical and operational capacity to contribute to achieve the set objective and results. Moreover, the same section 4.4.3 of the Guidelines for Applicants sets the so called “50% rule” foreseeing that "at least 50% of the total direct costs shall be dedicated to activities to be implemented in the Mediterranean Partner Countries territories”. In addition, the project will contribute to the preservation of the Mediterranean biodiversity and avoid environmental contamination from the huge quantity of bulky waste generated during winemaking. Find also additional international matchmaking opportunities promoted here. 4.2 Are the project’s expected result indicators realistically quantified with regards to the planned project activities, concerned territories and the identified target groups? In particular the portion of the expenditures financed through Programme contribution shall stand at least at 70% of the last payment (and at 100% of any previous payments) as supported by the corresponding interim/final report. Moreover, the same section 4.4.3 of the Guidelines for Applicants sets the so called “50% rule” foreseeing that "at least 50% of the total direct costs shall be dedicated to activities to be implemented in the Mediterranean Partner Countries territories”. in case the financial allocation to partners from Mediterranean Partner Countries is lower than the said minimum percentage, the difference up to the minimum of 50% shall be justified by activities implemented by the EU Applicant and/or partner/s and/or International Organisations in the Mediterranean Partner Countries. Organisations created under national law are not international organisations (e.g. 4.4 of the Joint Operational Programme, a minimum co-financing of at least 10% of the project total costs must be provided by the partnership at project level. economies; Efficient delivery of social care