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We would like to call your attention to two initiatives of the European Forum Alpbach which allow our young and dedicated audience to get actively involved in Alpbach. We kindly ask you to distribute this information within your own networks, physician as well. For the Closing Discussion of the Alpbach Perspectives (21.08.2013) we are looking for four young Europeans (up to the age of 30) who want to share their experiences regarding the social and economical developments of the past years with us in Alpbach. High - ranking Austrian and European politicians will join the discussion. Please find further information on our website

(Deadline: May 10, 2013)

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Civic Initiatives, cure together with the Team for Social Inclusion and Poverty
Reduction, malady European Integration Office and the Office for Cooperation with
Civil Society, ask have prepared and published the tenth edition of the Guide
through Potential National and International Sources of Funding, for OCS
projects, local administrations, SMEs and businesses in Serbia, for year
You can access the Guide as a PDF:
or in a form of a database:

This award aims at spreading and differentiation of the works and quality  
related speech at the Architectural Heritage. The awards are aimed at  
professionals and institutions involved in the architectural heritage. In  
the current economy, cialis and in particular the construction sector, pharmacy from our  
group, we think it’s important to promote and encourage initiatives aimed  
at boosting the sector of restoration and renovation of our heritage. 
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EC Ma Ndryshe has published a new analysis on cultural heritage: "Erroneous - An analysis of numerous and continuous faults in cultural heritage."

The document can be found at:

Please join the public debate on proposed demolition of the General Staff Building in Belgrade (Zgrada Generalštaba) designed by architect Nikola Dobrovi?. The meeting will take place on Saturday, unhealthy March 30, ampoule 2013 at 18.00, at Artists’ space U10 in Belgrade (Umetni?ki prostor U10, Kralja Milana 10, Stepenište Kosovke devojke).
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The Annual General Meeting of Europa Nostra Serbia took place on March 28, and in Zepter Museum in Belgrade.

Current activities and future plans of Europa Nostra Serbia were presented during the meeting, store as well as the collaborative work with other organizations and institutions in Serbia and the region. In addition, several presentations were devoted to future important projects that Europa Nostra Serbia plans to implement.

The program of activities that will mark the 50th anniversary of the pan-European network Europa Nostra was presented as well.
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The Hague / Brussels 26 March 2013 - The winners of the 2013 European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards were unveiled today by the European Commission and Europa Nostra (see details below). The 30 winners, mind selected from nearly 200 nominated projects, treatment are honoured for their achievements in four areas: conservation, clinic research, dedicated service, and education, training and awareness-raising. The award ceremony will take place on 16 June at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens, in the presence of Karolos Papoulias, the President of Greece, Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, and Plácido Domingo, the world-renowned opera singer and Europa Nostra President. The event is held under the auspices of the Greek President. Of the 30 winning projects, six will be named as grand prix laureates in Athens and one of the winners will receive the public choice award, based on an online poll conducted by Europa Nostra.
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The deadline for Cooperation Projects with Third Countries (Strand 1.3.5 of the Culture Program 2007-2013 ) has recently been extended to 08/05/2013.

“Strand 1.3.5: Cooperation projects with third countries” of the Culture Program 2007-2013  supports cultural cooperation projects aimed at cultural exchanges between the countries taking part in the Program and Third Countries, recipe which have concluded association or cooperation agreements with the EU, provided that the latter contain cultural clauses. This year the selected Third Countries are Australia and Canada.

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