Практический тренинг-семинар «Гранты Европейского Союза для организаций-партнеров из СНГ: уникальные возможности, условия участия и механизмы получения финансирования.» Для групп от 15 человек - в Европе и в СНГ. вопросы epawomen@gmail.com www.epawomen.org
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Сегодня для агентства деловых коммуникаций ИМА-медиа являются приоритетными
cледующие направления :
 - консультирование в области европейских грантов.

ГРАНТЫ БОЛЕЕ 500 ЕВРОПЕЙСКИХ ФОНДОВ
могут получать
и российские компании,
и некоммерческие организации

Услуги по консультированию и
при подаче документов
НА ЕВРОПЕЙСКИЕ ГРАНТЫ.

ТРЕНИНГ « Гранты Европейского Союза для организаций-партнеров из СНГ: уникальные возможности, условия участия и механизмы получения финансирования.»
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ИМА-МЕДИА, как КО-ПАРТНЕР ПРОЕКТА, ПРЕДСТАВЛЯЕТ СЕРИЮ АКТУАЛЬНЫХ Бизнес-семинаров в ЖЕНЕВЕ  ПО ВТО
Курс “Всемирная Торговая Организация, российские компании и российский
потребительский рынок: настоящее и будущее” - неординарный, глубокий и
одновременно емкий, а также максимально практический и эффективный способ
ознакомления российских топ-менеджеров и профильных специалистов с возможностями и изменениями условий работы на российском рынке для российских компаний с унисон с последовательной гармонизацией стандартов Всемирной Торговой Организации и российского законодательства.
Выставка фотографий «Один день из жизни ребенка»

18 ноября в Брюсселе, в главном здании Европейского социально-экономического комитета, прошла презентация выставки фотографий «Один день из жизни ребенка». Выставку проводит Благотворительный фонд поддержки семьи, защиты детства, материнства и отцовства "ОМК-Участие" под патронажем Еврокомитета, и в партнерстве с европейской некоммерческой организацией European Platform for Advanced Women (EPAW-IMAGRI. www.epawomen.org)

European Platform For Advanced Women (EPAW) провела в Брюсселе workshop «Art-Hobby-Tours in Russia and Europe», который прошел в рамках 5-го ежегодного форума EPAW.

15 ноября 2013 года в брюссельском Доме женских органиазщций AMAZONE (RUE DU MERIDIEN, 10, BRUSSELS 1210) состоялась рабочая встреча туроператоров из разных стран, которые предлагают «арт-хобби туры».
Мероприятию была оказана информационная поддержка порталом RATA-NEWS Российского Союза туроператоров (РСТ).


Professional skills card will ease mobility in the EU, say internal market MEPs

Professionals will find it easier to work in another EU country thanks to an electronic card detailing their qualifications and experience, said the Internal Market Committee on Wednesday, amending a new draft law on recognition of professional qualifications. MEPs also backed plans for an EU- wide alert system to prevent doctors or nurses who are barred from their profession in one EU country from exercising it in another.

Franco-German friendship needs the European framework

Today, Liberals in the European Parliament rejoice at the 50th anniversary of the Elysée Treaty sealing the reconciliation between Germany and France after centuries of intense rivalry. When Charles De Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer signed the Treaty at the Elysée Palace in Paris they also set in concrete rules for mutual political consultations at various levels and established the Franco-German youth office.

EU needs to make itself an attractive place for skilled migrants, say Liberals and Democrats

Today the Parliament's Employment committee unanimously adopted the report drafted by Nadja Hirsch (Germany, FDP) on the integration of migrants, its effects on the labour markets and the external dimension of social security coordination.

формирование и поддержка имиджа вашей компании на Европейском рынке

·  создание и коррекция бренда «по европейским стандартам» 
·  исследования рынков для компании в Европе
·  тренинги и обучение в Европе
·  проведение выставок и конференций
СОЦИОЛОГИЧЕСКИЙ МОНИТОРИНГ  В ЕВРОПЕ:
·  Измерение отклика на конкретные события, политические заявления и т.п.;
·  «Горячие» рейтинги информированности о том или ином событии; узнавания, доверия, поддержки определенных персон;
·  Замеры эффективности пропагандистских акций, информационных кампаний, социальной рекламы;
·  Интегральный показатель «индекса счастья» (степень удовлетворенности жизнью, текущим статусом, общественным окружением и т.п.);
·  Измерение динамики идеологических установок;
·  Измерение динамики экономических установок (инфляционных ожиданий, инвестиционного поведения, оценок экономической политики);
Исследовательские программы в Европе
·  «Молодежная аудитория» (ценностные ориентации, экономические и социальные запросы, образ будущего )
·  Исследования определенных социальных групп (мигрантов,  безработных)
·  СПЕЦИАЛЬНАЯ ПРГРАММА ИССЛЕДОВАНИЙ  проблем мигранток в Европе – advanced women


ESBA PRESS RELEASE 

EU Small Business Profile

  • 99.8 per cent of all EU companies are SMEs
  • 92.1 per cent are micro businesses
  • 6.6 per cent are small businesses
  • 1.1 per cent are medium-sized businesses
  • 0.2 per cent are large businesses
  • SMEs provide 67.1 per cent of all private sector jobs

Source: Annual Report on EU Small and Medium sized Enterprises 2010/2011. Report by Ecorys Macro & Sector Policies at the request of the European Commission, 2011.

Challenges for Small Businesses in Europe
1       Administrative and regulatory burdens
2       Access to finance
3       Taxation
4       Lack of skills
5       Access to public procurement contracts
6       Unfair/too strong competition
7       Labour law
8       Access to Single Market
9       Access to EU programmes
10     Late payments
11     Access to international markets
12     Access to information and advice
13     Instability of world economy/ energy costs
14     SME definition

Source: European Commission, Report on the results of the open consultation on a Small Business Act for Europe, April 2008

European Small Business Alliance (ESBA)

Founded in 1998 by eight independent national small business associations, The European Small Business Alliance (ESBA) is a non-party political group, which cares for small business entrepreneurs and the self-employed and represents them through targeted EU advocacy and profiling activities. ESBA also works towards the development of strong independent advocacy and benefits groups in European countries. ESBA's new website, which provides an innovative approach to communication amongst business organizations, reflects these three main fields of activity.

Today, ESBA is one of the largest organizations based on voluntary membership in Europe. Through its direct membership, associate membership and cooperation agreements, the Alliance now represents over one million small businesses and covers 35 European countries. Increased support and recognition, internally and externally, however will only be achieved through tangible results. Through implementation of its 'Vision 2020' and the corresponding business plan, this is what ESBA is constantly striving to achieve on behalf of its members and SMEs in Europe.

Join our new LinkedIn SME discussion group: here
ESBA
European Small Business Alliance


Shaping a New Culture of Research & Innovation in Europe: Report Redefines Gender Issues in Science and Innovation

genSET publishes the results of public consultation on the Future of Gender & Innovation in Europe

genSET - Gender in Science and its partners today launched a report on the results of a public consultation which invited all European innovation stakeholders to give their views on the correlation between gender and innovation.

The consultation complements the EC Green Paper "From Challenges to Opportunities: Towards a Common Strategic Framework for EU Research and Innovation Funding”. It expands on the question of strengthening women’s role to contribute to a better understanding of how Europe can enhance its research and innovation systems by addressing gender issues. The consultation contains 14 questions focusing on the three key dimensions of this debate: (1) Research cultures and scientific quality, (2) Innovation cultures and creativity and (3) Structural change and social responsibility.

During the one month consultation period, over 300 responses were received. Across all the contributions the key findings include:

  • Identifying gender equality roles and responsibilities for institutional leader is not at all obvious at present.
  • There is strong support for a more multi- and inter-disciplinary approach to mainstreaming gender – with gender experts working along with the scientists in creating research that is better equipped to identify and capitalize on gender sensitive analysis of problems.
  • There are strong calls for additional policy intervention at the highest EU-level and for EC leadership to carry this policy momentum to implementation at national and institutional levels – across all relevant areas of scientific endeavour.
  • There is a recurring call for funding opportunities to specifically target gender issues in research, from training of researchers on the gender dimension, to creating academic professorial posts in the area and facilitating cross-sector collaborations.
  • There is a shared view that action has to be taken by all stakeholders and key players, spanning all aspects of research – with financial incentives (or penalties).
  • There is a strong conviction that a whole range of leadership gaps, which show serious shortcomings in the capacity to address gender issues effectively, can be pinpointed

    “The results of this consultation represent an important shift in the way gender issues are perceived in science and innovation”, said Dr Elizabeth Pollitzer, genSET – Gender in Science, “We’re moving away from the traditional notion of gender as a women’s issue and acknowledging the importance of different gender dimensions in science. These range from biological to societal and cultural, and in order to drive innovation in science, it is important that all of these dimensions are addressed.”

    Professor Marja Makarow, ESF Chief Executive stated: “There is an overwhelming support for the inclusion of the gender dimension as a way of improving research quality, innovative potential, and institutional R&D&I capacity that is needed to address the challenges facing Europe.

    Research and innovation need the brightest minds to unearth new findings, perspectives and discoveries that improve our lives and strengthen our societies. Engage all talented individuals to benefit from their skills, expertise and creativity is therefore vital. This goal is unlikely to be met if we let gender prejudices or societal barriers shadow almost half of the research community.”

    Notes to editors

    About genSET – www.genderinscience.org

    genSET is a project funded by the European Commission’s 7th Framework Programme under Science & Society. It runs from September 2009 to February 2012 genSET draws on a thorough research scholarship, as well as on the recommendations from science leaders on what the key problems are and what actions institutions should take to address gender issues that interconnect and impact on scientific quality. This approach offers a fresh perspective on the gender dimension in science, as a combination of influences created at three key junctions of scientific activity: participation, which governs how women and men are organised within and across different disciplines; scientific culture, which determines attitudes to gender roles and differentiates treatment of women and men; and research and innovation process, which controls how the similarities and differences between men and women are regarded in science knowledge-making and its application.

    About the European Gender Summit – www.gender-summit.eu/index.php

    Knowledge and innovation are key drivers for sustainable growth and prosperity in Europe. Extensive research has demonstrated that the quality of research and development benefits significantly from adding gender as a critical success factor. The first European Gender Summit will network key players from all sectors to initiate the much-needed changes in the culture of research and innovation. Joint discussions will produce the first ever collective agreement on policy development on gender for innovation, the policy manifesto on "Integrated Action on the Gender Dimension in Research."

    The European Gender Summit is organised jointly by genSET - gender in science, the European Science Foundation and the European Cooperation in Science and Technology.

    About ESF - www.esf.org

    The European Science Foundation (ESF) is an independent, non-governmental organisation that promotes collaboration in scientific research, funding of research and science policy across Europe. Its members are 78 national funding and research-performing organisations and learned societies from 30 countries.

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