Enhancing Scientific Cooperation between the European Union and Central America
ENLACE (Enhancing Scientific Cooperation between the European Union and Central America) is a project funded by the European Commission, under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development - International Cooperation.
The project ENLACE aims at supporting the bi-regional dialogue between the EU and the Central America Countries and includes a set of activities to enhance the networking among EU and Central America researchers through the organization of S&T dialogues, to identify research priorities of mutual interest and to raise awareness on FP7 in Central America mainly by setting up the network of FP7 National Contact Point in Central America.
The consortium includes 14 multi-skilled partners, 6 from the EU and 8 from the Central America, regrouping multiple international stakeholders (partners from research, industry, government and civil society) for research actions, that will ensure the fulfillment of ENLACE's objectives.
Why an institution in Central America decided to participate to the ENLACE project
(interview to prof. Henning Jensen - Research Vice Chancellor)
ENLACE Road Show in Central America
In order to raise awareness in the Central American countries on the European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, Horizon2020 a dissemination campaign throughout the Central American countries is organized.
Call now open // International Symposium | URBAN MANAGUA
The International Symposium on Integrated Urban Development Studies gives the opportunity to share ‘best-practice’ experiences from all over Latin America regarding the improvement of urban conditions for Spontaneous Human Settlements.
The Symposium will take place at the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) in Managua, Nicaragua from wednesday 25 to friday 27 of September 2013.
Lithuania takes over EU Council presidncy
Credibility, growth and openness are Lithuania’s priorities as it takes over the 6-month EU presidency on 1 July. Progress on each will be easier now national leaders have agreed on a budget for 2014-20...