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Work programme with over €2 billion funding for most daring research ideas, published on 7 September 2018. Check it out and apply.
The European Union’s Circular Economy Mission to India successfully concluded on Sept 7, 2018 after four days of intensive engagement by the stakeholders of EU and India.
Improving access by people living with disability to information on public schemes in backward districts in India.
The aim of the project is to use the powerful constitutional law mechanism of public interest litigation to bridge the gap between government assurances in reproductive and maternal health schemes and the situation on the ground in line with Millennium Development Goal 5, to improve maternal health, and the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD).
To enable quality delivery of entitlement schemes and basic services in health, education and socio-economic security to 33,000 poor and marginalised tribal households in 6 blocks across 4 districts of Gujarat and MP through stronger governance institutions.
At an event to celebrate Europe Day on May 9, 2018 in New Delhi, H.E. Ambassador Tomasz Kozlowski emphasised the many facets which have made the EU-India strategic partnership a bold and
determined action plan to deliver inclusive and sustainable growth.
In his reply, India's Minister of State for External Affairs Mr. M.J. Akbar recalled that these two great Unions, founded at more or less the same time and espousing the same values, had a proud record of sixty years of
fruitful cooperation and evolution.
A short video of 4 minutes made for this occasion was screened for the distinguished audience and offered a compelling overview of the many initiatives launched and taken forward in recent months in the areas of
security, sustainability, climate change, research, trade and investment, and education and cultural ties between people on both sides.