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Call for tender - 05.03.2021researcher or a group of researchers to support the project "The role of social partners in preventing third-party violence and harassment at work".
The project aims to assess the effectiveness at national level of the EU Multi-sectoral social partners’ guidelines to tackle and prevent third-party violence and harassment related to work (2010), hereafter the Guidelines.
You have until 2 April 2021 to apply.
Applicants may be invited for an interview with the project partners on the afternoon of 8 April 2021.
COVID-19 - 17.02.2021
The survey aims to collect information about the regional and sector sensitivities to COVID19 impacts, the experience with policy initiatives in the tourism sector, and the future needs and opportunities in tourism.
Complete the survey before 28 February.
Conference - 12.02.2021
Hungarian Best Practices of Local Governments 2020: local innovations and solutions against COVID-19The Hungarian National Association of Local Authorities (TÖOSZ) is organising an online conference on the Best Practices of Local Governments. This year, the focus is on the best innovations and solutions againd COVID-19 at local level. To find out more, please consult the event's programme.
The conference is taking place on 24 February 2021. There will be interpretation in English and Hungarian. You can sign up with the following online registration form.
International partnerships - 12.02.2021
Seconded national experts (SNE) must come from a national, regional or local public administration or an International Government Organisation (IGO). The SNE will remain employed and remunerated by his/her employer during the secondment.
Candidates should send their application according to the Europass CV format in English, French or German only to the Permanent Representation / Diplomatic Mission to the EU of their country, which will forward it to the competent services of the Commission.
More information in the job description and vacance notice.
COVID-19 - 01.02.2021
The survey is open to local and regional governments as well as to their national associations.
SDGs - 14.01.2021URBACT, the EU programme for territorial cooperation. The document formalises years of collaboration between the two organisations and prepares joint work with local and regional governments for the next two years.
More specifically, the Memorandum paves the way for concrete actions and the creation of a pilot network on the localisation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to run from March 2021 to September 2022. We will notably make use of URBACT’s tried and tested methodology and the Reference Framework for Sustainable Cities (RFSC), a self-assessment tool to evaluate and plan local policies in line with the SDGs.
Inclucities - 05.01.2021IncluCities (full-time contract at the CEMR Secretariat in Brussels until January 2023).
Find all the details in the Job description.
Please send your CV and application letter, telling about your motivation and interest to firstname.lastname@example.org before 10 January 2021 – 23h59 . Please put ‘Project Officer – IncluCities’ in the title of the email.
Development - 08.12.2020
'U-LEAD with Europe' is organising the International Expert Exchange 2020 – Development of Municipalities: Trust, Institutions, Finance, and People on 10-11 December online.
Two intensive days of discussion, knowledge exchange, and sharing bold, innovative ideas on key regional and local development challenges, relevant for both the Ukrainian and the international audience.
The event will bring more than 30 speakers: high-level officials, experts, diplomats, scholars, from 12 countries.
Recovery plan - 01.12.20206th European University (26-27 November) of CEMR's French section (AFCCRE), under the theme "Europe facing the crisis: support territories!".
The list of participants included the mayors of Fontainebleau, Fréderic Valletoux, and Quimperlé, Michaël Quernez, MEP Anne Sander and CEMR secretary general, Frédéric Vallier. The assembled leaders called for a better coordination and clarity concerning the access to EU funds and the fight against exclusion and poverty, in view of the devastating impact of the crisis.
Nearly 58 billion euros - under cohesion policy and the recovery plan - are expected by French local governments to address the social crisis and revive the economy. This is why Philippe Laurent, the mayor of Sceaux and president of AFCCRE, called on the EU and national governments “to trust the territories and their elected representatives to make the crisis management and crisis management measures understandable and operational."
Pierre Vander Auwera
Tel. : + 32 2 500 05 41
Skype : pierre_vda