Jun 30, 2006

CfP ADA IV September 18-20 2006, (Université de Provence Aix-Marseille I, France)

Held each year in a different hosting astronomical institute, the ADA conference series are focused on algorithms, signal and data processing. The program includes invited and contributed talks as well as posters.

After successful space missions and for coming missions, Terabytes of astrophysical data will be available. The analysis of these data needs a tremendous amount of time and knowledge in terms of signal and data processing. Moreover, most of signal and image processing have to deal with incompleteness and noise. Based on new developments in data processing, image recognition, image processing, the ADA IV conference will be focused on space missions and data reconstruction. Processing Algorithms for data from space missions: Incompleteness, Noise and calibrations.
Invited speakers:
-Laurent Demanet - Caltech (USA) - Analysis: The Fast 2D and 3D Curvelet Transform
-Enrique Martinez-Gonzalez -Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria (Spain) - CMB-Large Galaxy Survey : Cross-Correlations in Real Wavelet Spaces
-Vicent Martinez -Observatori Astronomic, Universitat de Valencia - Genus, Spatial Distribution of Galaxies
-Jean-Francois Hochedez - Royal Observatory of Belgium (Belgium) - Optical Flow for solar EUV image sequences
-Laure Blanc-Feraud -I3S Laboratory -INRIA- France - Inverse problems

280 on or before 19/06/2006
330 after 19/06/2006
380 at the registration desk

Important Deadlines

NOVEMBER 2005 : First - early - Announcement
JANUARY 2006 : Second Announcement
MARCH 2006 : Registration Opens
MARCH 2006 : Abstract Submission Opens
APRIL 2006 : Third Announcement
7 JULY 2006 : Abstract Oral Submission Deadline
30 JULY 2006 : Final Announcement + Program
18 SEPTEMBER 2006 : AdaIV Conference Series opening
NOVEMBER 2006 : Deadline for Submission of Papers for Proceedings

Due to technical problems, the Abstract Submission Program Deadline is postponed to july 7th.


Early Stage Researcher - European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean

Research and training programme in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean offered by a network of ten universities in different European countries.

The European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean (ED) provides qualitatively innovative research and training for early stage researchers. It is open to early stage researchers in history and related disciplines researching on any period of Europe’s history, from its classical origins to the present day. They should normally be undertaking a doctoral degree, or actually engaged in research without being registered for a doctorate.

Organisation - Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
Division/Faculty/Department - Dipartimento di Studi Storici
Street - San Marco 2546
City - Venezia
Postal Code - 30124
Country - ITALY
Phone - +39 041 2349606
E-Mail - eurodoct@unive.it
Website - http://www.unive.it/eurodoct

Application Deadline - 28/02/2007

Applicants must be within the first 4 years (full time equivalent) of research activity (including periods of research training) since gaining a university degree (or equivalent) that gives access to doctoral studies in the country in which the degree was obtained.

The AIMg 2006 Annual Conference on “Quantitative Geology from Multiple Sources” (Université de Liège, Belgique)

03 - 08/09/2006

Lieu : Université de Liège, Amphithéâtres de l'Europe

Organisateur : GEOMAC

Modalités : Conference registration fees (before 15th may) IAMG member : 250€ Non-member : 300€ Student / Retired member : 150€ Student / Retired : 175€ An additionnal 50€ will be charged to all fees after the 15 May deadline. Please register only on-line.

Info : http://www.geomac.ulg.ac.be/iamg06
Email : eric.pirard@ulg.ac.be
Tél : 04.366.95.28
Fax : 04.366.95.20

Université d'été: "Métiers et Formation en environnement: quels enjeux, quels métiers, quelles formations?" (Université de Liège, Belgique)

28/08 - 01/09/2006

Lieu : Université de Liège, campus d'Arlon, avenue de Longwy, 185 à Arlon
Organisateur : département des Sciences et gestion de l'environnement
Info : http://www.arlonete.ulg.ac.be
Email : F.Dasnoy@ulg.ac.be
Tél : 063 230 861
Fax : 063 230 818

Eurasia Foundation/CRRC-Azerbaijan/Full Scholarships

Eurasia Foundation/CRRC-Azerbaijan and International School of Economics are pleased to announce Full Scholarships for Citizens of Azerbaijan at ISET - The Caucasus' First International-Standard Masters of Arts in Economics * Taught in English by Western-trained PhDs * Modern textbooks, library and computer facilities * Full scholarships, stipends, research and teaching assistantships Sponsored by the World Bank, British Petroleum, the Governments of Sweden, Norway, and Georgia, and The Open Society Institute.

Samir Taghiyev
YES-Azerbaijan Country Coordinator
+99450 341 2332

[sursa azeristudents]

27th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine

Dates :
From 27-Mar-07 to 30-Mar-07
Location :
Brussels (Brussels Exhibition & Convention Center)
1020 Brussels


The International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine is organised by the department of Intensive Care Emergency Medicine of Erasme Hospital, Free University of Brussels, in association with the Belgian Society of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (SIZ). The meeting is held every year in March, in Brussels and this year we will celebrate its 25th anniversary. Started in 1980, this meeting has become established as one of the largest in its field, now attracting more than 4700 participants from countries world-wide.

The objectives of this four day symposium are to provide participants with an up to date review of the most recent, clinically relevant, developments in research, therapy, and management of the critically ill.
The meeting is open to all physicians, nurses and other health professionals with an interest in critical care or emergency medicine.

Invited speakers are well-known experts in their field, and more than 200 take part each year. Different session formats including 'state of the art' lectures, mini-symposia, workshops, round table discussions, 'meet the expert' sessions, pro/con debates, tutorials, and demonstrations are included in the program.

Original posters are presented, and annual 'Poster Awards' are offered. The poster abstracts are published in the journal "Critical Care" and displayed on the Internet at http://www.ccforum.com.

The 'Yearbook of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine', published annually by Springer, includes chapters on the year's latest advances in the field of critical care, written by speakers at the symposium. Each participant receives a free copy of the book.
Books available in the series:
- Yearbooks 1992-2004
- Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine: vol. 1-42 on request.

The accompanying scientific exhibition occupies some 15,000 m2 with 163 stalls in Halls 6 & 7. Companies from all over the world display the latest in medical and scientific equipment, pharmaceutical products, books, and services related to intensive care and emergency medicine. Techniques and therapies focused at the sub-specialties are displayed along with products aimed at the broader intensive care audience.
Technical fora offer companies the opportunity to demonstrate directly their new products and technologies to interested participants, and to obtain instant feed-back reactions.

Abstract submission instructions
Scientific contributions will also be selected to be presented in the form of posters.

Presentation and submission
Abstracts must be written in English and submitted via the website.

Accepted abstracts must be presented in the form of posters and will be published as a supplement to Critical Care, edited by Jean-Louis VINCENT, and will also be available on the ccforum website at www.ccforum.com.


Abstracts must be submitted by December 15, 2006 and their receipt will be acknowledged. Selection of the abstracts will take place in January 2007, and candidates will be informed by email (via website). Please note that the presenter of a poster must complete normal registration formalities.

If you need to make a correction/alteration and resubmit your abstract, please refer to the mail you receive as confirmation of submission of the original abstract and click on the link provided. Abstracts can be resubmitted up until the submission deadline.

Do not click on the button below for a resubmission as this will generate a completely new abstract without replacing your original submission.

The deadline for the abstract submission is December 15, 2006 at midnight GMT


15th Winter Symposium on Intensive Care Medicine

Dates :
From 04-Feb-07 to 09-Feb-07
Location :
Crans Montana
3963 Crans-Sur-Sierre


CfP: 9th International Symposium Scientific Bases for the Preparation of Heterogeneous Catalysts

September 10-14, 2006, Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)

It has become a tradition that every four years, the Université Catholique de Louvain and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven jointly organize a symposium devoted to the scientific bases for the preparation of heterogeneous catalysts. These meetings bring together researchers from academia and industry and offer a forum for discussions on the chemistry involved in the preparation of industrial heterogeneous catalysts.

We cordially invite all scientists active in the field of heterogeneous catalysis to participate in the 9th International Symposium on Scientific Bases for the Preparation of Heterogeneous Catalysts.

The scientific programme will consist of invited lectures, oral and poster presentations.

Contributions are solicited that focus on the aspects of catalyst preparation. Reports on physico-chemical characteristics of catalysts and catalytic performances should be limited to correlations with the preparation parameters.

Papers will be selected by a scientific committee, consisting of representatives from industry of catalysis (manufacturers and users) based on the scientific value of the abstract, novelty and the compliance of the subject to the symposium topics.


Key concepts in catalyst preparation
 from combinatorial testing to design of real catalysts
 scaling-up of catalyst preparation
 innovation in unit operations for catalyst preparation
 in-situ spectroscopies in relation with catalyst preparation
 structured and membrane catalysts

Advanced preparations of supports and supported catalysts
 micro- and mesoporous supports
 heterogenized soluble (bio)catalysts
 supported nanoparticles
 supported organometallic catalysts

Innovative approaches in catalyst preparation for specific performances and purposes
 super-acid and super-base catalysts
 design of catalysts for fine chemistry
 bifunctional catalysis
 catalysts for fuel cells
 tailored zeolite catalysts
 catalysts for environmental application and energy production
 catalysts for redox processes

The main topics given are not exclusive, but aim at inspiring contributors.

Abstracts (one typewritten page) should be submitted no later than October 1, 2005. Full instructions for on-line submission will be given in due time on the website http://www.cata.ucl.ac.be/9prep.html.

The authors of abstracts selected by the Scientific Committee will be informed no later than December 1, 2005 and invited to prepare a full text of their work which will be published in the Proceedings.

The second circular will be issued in March 2006 on the website of the symposium http://www.cata.ucl.ac.be/9prep.html, and will provide detailed information on the conference programme, registration fee and accommodation.
The prospective participants wishing to receive the final circular (with the programme) are requested to fill out and return the provisional registration form. This can be done by surface mail or by fax with the attached registration form, and soon through the website http://www.cata.ucl.ac.be/9prep.html.


SES 2006 Summer Academy of Bioethics

The European Summer Academy on Bioethics is an international and interdisciplinary conference based on lectures, excursions and workshops. An international team of prominent and excellent speakers is responsible for the conference program. The target group are students enrolled in medicine, biology, pharmacy, chemistry, philosophy, psychology, theology and law. Starting from an analysis of basic ethical concepts we will examine the relevance of these concepts in confrontation with current biomedical research and development in the field of:

* Human Genetics
* Gene Therapy
* Stem cell research
* End-of-lif-issues
* Transplantation Medicine

For further information, please visit the website:

[sursa eurostudyabroad]

Return migration project - MIREM

Dear friends,

This is to inform you that the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies in Florence has launched a new research project on return migration to the Maghreb countries, called MIREM project.

The MIREM project conducts research on return migration and its impact on development. The project's aim is to develop analytical tools to assess the factors that shape returnees' patterns of reintegration in the Maghreb countries (Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia). The website (www.mirem.eu) provides access to data, statistics, and information on the various schools of thought dealing with return migration, the implications of the EU common return policy, the formal and informal
patterns of cooperation on readmission, and all the bilateral agreements linked to readmission involving the Maghreb countries and the EU member states.


[sursa inter_youth_net]

CfA: Education Section UKanSEE.org

For the past few months you have enjoyed the news and experiences shared by different young people from the United Kingdom and Southeast European countries. I hope that all our efforts proved useful and offered you various opportunities to get in touch with interesting people and read about diverse experiences.

Now is YOUR turn to be part of your journalists’ team and let us know more about YOUR stories:

Have you recently organized or taken part in any challenging program or educational project?

Would you like to recommend it to other interested young people so that they could also benefit?

Are you going to a summer school, seminar or training in these countries in the next summer months? Have you decided to learn a Southeast European language or to improve your English knowledge through a special course or certificate preparation?

Let us know about it! Share your stories with us, we want to hear and read them.

Things to be covered in your articles should be:

Why did you choose that particular event? What attracted you?
Where did you get the information? How was the application process?
Was the participation useful? Why?

We would also like you to send us contact details (e-mail and website) for the organisation which organised the event, or whose programme you took part in.

Your articles should have a minimum of 1000 words and have two photos attached to it. The deadline is 1 August, so hurry up!

The most creative responses will be rewarded with 5 copies of “The Sea” by John Banville, winner of the Man Booker Prize 2005.”A gentle, slow-moving, sometimes whimsical study of love, loss, grief, belonging and the ageing process, as a recent widower returns to a seaside village where he enjoyed a holiday in his younger years.”

The Education Section welcomes any ideas and suggestions and wishes you good luck in the exam sessions in all high-schools and universities across the region ;-)

Oana Marinache

Jun 29, 2006

PhD student or postdoc (SINTEF’s Division for Materials and Chemistry, Oslo, Norway)

PhD student (three years engagement) or postdoc (two years engagement)

Within SINTEF’s Division for Materials and Chemistry, a team of scientists develops mathematical models for metal processes such as casting, welding, and various forming operations. The research is focused on an in-depth understanding of the underlying physics, and the model development is based on a close interaction with experimental research activities and industrial use of the models. The projects are carried out in close collaboration with Norwegian and international industries, as well as internationally oriented research groups in and outside Norway.

Within a project entitled Casting Top Models, there is presently a vacant position for EITHER a PhD student (three years engagement) OR a postdoc (two years engagement). With focus on the physical phenomena occurring during solidification of aluminium alloys, the candidate will work on developing mathematical models addressing specific casting defects such as microporosity and hot tearing. Both continuum scale (finite element) and microscale models are relevant.

Casting Top Models is funded by Elkem Aluminium (Norway), Hydro (Norway), Corus (The Netherlands), and the Research Council of Norway. It is carried out by a team of researchers from the Institute for Energy Technology (Norway), The Netherlands Institute for Metals Research (The Netherlands), SINTEF Materials and Chemistry (Norway), and the industrial partners. The project team has close contacts also with other international research institutions.

• Relevant background for applicants is an MSc (or equivalent) OR PhD in physics, mechanics or materials science, including a good knowledge and interest in the development and use of mathematical models.
• SINTEF is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage female applicants.
• The working location will be SINTEF in Oslo.
• If a PhD candidate is engaged, he/she will be enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Oslo.
• A guest stay for some months at a foreign university will be encouraged.

We offer
• exciting and challenging research tasks based on industrially relevant challenges and approaches;
• internationally oriented, skilful, experienced, creative, and collaborative research teams;
• well-established national and international scientific and industrial network;
• interesting career possibilities within science and industry.

Organisation - SINTEF (The Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research)
Division/Faculty/Department - SINTEF Materials and Chemistry
Street - Forskningsveien 1
City - Oslo
Postal Code - NO-0314 Oslo
Country - NORWAY
Mobile Phone - +47 930 59 442
E-Mail - asbjorn.mo@sintef.no
Website - www.sintef.com

Application Deadline - 28/08/2006

The ERCIM "Alain Bensoussan" Fellowship Programme

The Fellowships are available for PhD holders from all over the world.

Fellowships are generally of 18 month duration, spent in two of the ERCIM institutes. In particular cases a fellowship might be of 9 month duration spent in one insitute.

The programme focuses on topics defined by the ERCIM working groups and projects administrated by ERCIM from which you can choose on the Application Form. See also the detailed list of topics. In addition, applications are also welcome for other areas in which ERCIM institutes are active (see scientific fields of competence).

Only ERCIM members can host fellows. For information about the possible hosting institutes, see "ERCIM insitutes" and follow the links to the homepages of the individual members, or contact the national contact for the ERCIM Fellowship Programme for a specific insitute. When an ERCIM member is a consortium (such as AARIT, CRCIM, SARIT, SpaRCIM, Irish Universities Association) the hosting institute might be any of the consortium's members. When an ERCIM Member is a funding organisation (FNR for Luxembourg; FWO/FNRS for Belgium), the hosting institute might be any of their affiliates. Fellowships are proposed according to the needs of the member institutes and the available funding.

What are the conditions?
have obtained a PhD degree during the last 4 years (prior to the application deadline) or be in the last year of the thesis work with an outstanding academic record
be fluent in English
be discharged or get deferment from military service
start the grant before January 2007
have completed the PhD before starting the grant (a proof will be requested).
We encourage not only researchers from academic institutions to apply, but also scientists working in industry.

In order to encourage mobility:

a member institute will not be eligible to host a candidate of the same nationality.
a candidate cannot be hosted by a member institute, if by the start of the fellowship, he or she has already worked in this institute for a total of 6 months or more, during the last 3 years.
For the entire period of 18 months, the fellow will receive a monthly allowance which may vary depending on the country. Costs for travelling to and from the institutes will be paid.


British Chevening Scolarships

These scholarships, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and administered by the British Council, are prestigious awards which enable overseas students to study in the United Kingdom.

Scholarships are offered in over 150 countries and enable talented graduates and young professionals to become familiar with the UK and gain skills which will benefit their countries.

The Chevening programme currently provides around 2,300 new scholarships each year for postgraduate studies or research at UK Institutions of Higher Education.

Application Procedure

The Chevening Scholarship Programme is a truly global programme and operates in over 150 countries around the world. As the programme is so diverse and far-reaching there isn't a single timetable for applications and so it is important that you check with the local office when the deadline for applications in your country is.

Although the timetable for deadlines may change from country to country the application process remains the same.

Each country will advertise when they are inviting applications for Chevening scholarships and will state their deadline for applications. Applications will not be dealt with after the date that they give.

Stage 1: Applications are checked to ensure that the applicant meets the standard Chevening criteria (see below) plus any other specified local criteria (see country pages and local advertisement). Because of the volume of applications and high level of competition it is not always possible to reply to each and every application.

Stage 2: If your application meets all of the criteria for the scholarship then you will be short-listed and the local office will write to you and ask you to attend an interview.

Stage 3: You will be interviewed by a panel of interviewers – normally consisting of a member of the British Embassy or High Commission and a member of the British Council.

Stage 4: As the competition for scholarships is intense and funds limited, it is not possible to recommend for all successful candidates the length of award and level of study requested on their application.

Any award of a Scholarship to you is conditional on the following:

- confirmation from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London that your nomination is acceptable;

- there being sufficient funds available;

- the British Council being able to place you on a suitable course;

- the British Council being satisfied with the results of a medical examination which you will be asked to undertake prior to departure.

If and when these formalities have been satisfactorily completed (which may take several months) you will receive a formal written offer of a Scholarship. You should not make any irreversible preparations to leave for Britain unless and until you receive this offer letter.

Your application will be administered by the British Council on behalf of the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Selecting your course
In some countries, you need to select your own course of study. http://www.educationuk.org is a really useful website which will help you identify a suitable course of study for yourself.

What are the financial arrangements?
There are three types of scholarship:

Type A scholarships – these cover tuition fees only.

Type B scholarships – these are full scholarships that cover tuition fees, monthly stipend and various one-off allowances.

Type C scholarships – these vary from award to award and cover part/full stipend and/or allowances.

What are the selection criteria for application?
Competition for Chevening scholarships is intense, and only one in every 25 applicants is successful. A typical successful applicant would be:

A graduate with proven academic skills.

Committed to return to their country and contribute to the socio-economic development of their country through *implementing the new skills and knowledge acquired in the UK.

Established in a career, with a track record of excellence and achievement, and the prospect of becoming a leader in his/her chosen field. The vast majority of Chevening scholars are aged 25 - 35 years old.

Be able to show at interview that they possess the personal qualities to benefit from their scholarship and use it to succeed in their chosen career.

Have a clear idea how their scholarship will benefit their country on their return.

Have good English Language skills, as most UK Higher Education Institutions require a minimum IELTS of 6.5 for admission onto Postgraduate courses.

The application procedure is open and transparent. Please refer to the country page of the country you will be applying to for further details regarding specific criteria and eligibility, which vary from country to county.

What types of courses can I study on a Chevening scholarship?
Chevening scholars must study in the UK for at least 3-months. Most scholars already have a first degree and the majority study for postgraduate degrees particularly Masters courses. However some scholars cannot spare that much time away from their careers and we welcome applications for shorter vocational courses as long as they are adequately challenging and relevant.

We seldom fund undergraduate courses and normally only consider PhD's and MPhil's when we have a co-funding partner.

Chevening scholarships can be used to study most subjects, however in different countries they may target a narrower range of subjects that are especially relevant to that country. Please refer to the country page of the country you will be applying to for further definitive advice on priority subjects.


Lumley Scholarship: Masters degree programme (Roehampton University, London, UK)

The Lumley Scholarship is awarded each year as a half-fees scholarship for an international student who wishes to come to Roehampton to undertake a Masters degree.

It is a competitive academic scholarship and the following criteria apply:

You should be a national of a developing country and not be living or studying in a developed country at present

You should hold a good first degree from a recognised university

You should be no more than 35 years old (preference will be given to those aged under 30)

You should meet the English language requirements for your proposed course

You should not have studied previously for one year or more in a developed country

You should be able to confirm in writing that neither you nor your family could afford this programme without the scholarship

You should confirm in writing that you intend to return to your home country as soon as your period of study is complete

The programme you have applied for should have relevance to the economic, social or technological development of your home country

Please apply in writing for the scholarship when you submit your masters degree application, or shortly afterwards, stating how you meet the criteria above.

Applications should be addressed to Cath Morris at the International Centre:

Cath Morris
Acting Head of International Centre
Roehampton University
Erasmus House
Roehampton Lane
London, SW15 5PU UK


International Conference on Energy and Power Systems (Italy)

Submission Deadline - July 31, 2006

Notification of Acceptance/Rejection - September 5, 2006

Final Paper Submission - October 15, 2006

Registration Deadline - October 20, 2006

Conference Dates - ITALY, October 25-27, 2006


CfC: Learning & Teaching Conference (Portsmouth University, UK)

Category: Workshops/Conferences

The Annual Learning and Teaching Conference will take place this year on Tuesday 19 Dec. Proposals for the conference are invited from ALL STAFF to address the key theme of the conference ...

Theme - 'Rethinking Assessment'

Keynote Speakers:
Dr Chris Rust and Prof Brenda Smith

The Annual Learning and Teaching Conference will take place this year on Tuesday 19 Dec. Proposals for the conference (200 word abstracts) are invited from ALL STAFF to address the key theme of the conference.

Typical sub-themes may include:

Electronic assessment
Assessment to deter plagiarism
Assessing international students
Effective and efficient feedback
Innovations in assessment
Assessment to promote learning
Best Paper award of £300 and two merit awards of £100 each

More information and detail on the conference as well as a proposal form can be found on the web site at:


The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 3 October 2006. Please use the official proposal form to submit your proposal.

Venue: Richmond Building
name: Reshma Shingdia
tel: 023 9284 5258
email: reshma.shingdia@port.ac.uk
map: click here for university location maps
register: http://www.port.ac.uk/departments/services/dcqe/learningandteachingconference2006/

CfA: Understanding Islam Symposium 2006 (Cranfield University, UK)

25-Oct-2006 - 26-Oct-2006
These are the current dates for our Understanding Islam Symposium 2006. If you wish to participate in this event, please contact the Symposia Office for further information. Alternatively please submit an online information request using the link below. Further details regarding this event will be updated in due course.


Register online:

Information request form:

Submit an abstract:

Caroline Dawson
Symposia at Shrivenham
DCMT Cranfield University
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
Shrivenham, Swindon
Wiltshire, SN6 8LA
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1793 785846
Fax: +44 1793 785325
Email: caroline@symposiaatshrivenham

CfA: Scaling Up e-Learning Symposium 2006 (Cranfield University, UK)

11-Oct-2006 - 12-Oct-2006
These are the current dates for our Scaling Up e-Learning Symposium 2006. If you wish to participate in this event, please contact the Symposia Office for further information. Alternatively please submit an online information request using the link below. Further details regarding this event will be updated in due course.


Register online:

Information request form:

Submit an abstract:

Symposia at Shrivenham
DCMT Cranfield University
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
Shrivenham, Swindon
Wiltshire, SN6 8LA
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1793 785816
Fax: +44 1793 785325
Email: eunice@symposiaatshrivenham.com

CfA: Technology Forecasting Symposium 2006 (Cranfield University, UK)

27-Sep-2006 - 28-Sep-2006 These are the provisional dates for our Technology Forecasting 2006 symposium.


Register online:

Information request form:

Submit un abstract:

Symposia at Shrivenham
DCMT Cranfield University
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
Shrivenham, Swindon
Wiltshire, SN6 8LA
United Kingdom
Tel: 01793 785846
Fax: 01793 785325
Email: info@symposiaatshrivenham.com

CfA: Change Management Symposium 2006 (Cranfield University, UK)

21-Sep-2006 - 21-Sep-2006

These are the current dates for our Change Management Symposium 2006. If you wish to participate in this event, please contact the Symposia Office for further information. Alternatively please submit an online information request using the link below. Further details regarding this event will be updated in due course.


Register online:

Information request form:

Betsy Lawyon
Symposia at Shrivenham
DCMT Cranfield University
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
Shrivenham, Swindon
Wiltshire, SN6 8LA
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1793 785846
Fax: +44 1793 785325
Email: betsy@symposiaatshrivenham.com

CfP: OME - Environmental Effects (Cranfield University, UK)

What is the Symposium About?
The Department of Environmental and Ordnance Systems of Cranfield University at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom is hosting the fourth Symposium on Ordnance Munitions and Explosives (OME) between 6th - 7th September 2006 at the Defence Academy Shrivenham. The symposium, again being held in conjunction with the MOD's Defence Ordnance Safety Group (DOSG), will this year focus on the environmental effects of OME.

Why You Should Attend?
Environmental concerns are now high on the world's agenda. Global concern over environmental issues has increased substantially in recent years. The Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1994 and in Johannesburg in 2004 underlined the importance of sustainable development and its relationship with environmental protection. In the UK the Government has launched its sustainable development strategy which places environmental protection high on the UK's agenda. The MOD is responding through its own Sustainable Development programme which sets challenging environmental targets.

During their development, production, use and disposal, OME can have detrimental effects on the natural environment. This symposia will outline some of these effects and how the MOD and wider defence sector is addressing the challenge of environmental management. The symposium will cover aspects of Defence environmental policy, legislation and management and will describe the methodology used by MOD in managing environmental issues during acquisition. Case studies will illustrate some of the issues surrounding environmental management of OME at all stages of their life cycle. Finally the symposium will set out the forward plan for the environmental management of OME and discuss some of the technological, policy, legislative and management challenges which the OME community will face.

Who should attend?
The symposium will be attended by scientists and engineers working on the technology, by acquisition and logistics staff who acquire and manage capability, by operations staff who will bring the service perspective and by industry who design and manufacture munitions and associated equipment.

This symposium is one of a series of Symposia at Shrivenham using a well proven format in a relaxed atmosphere within secure surroundings. Through presentations and plenary discussion, the purpose is to encourage cross-fertilization of ideas, the development of new perspectives and the challenging of current thinking. Time is planned into the programme to allow formal and informal discussions both in the main lecture theatre and during the breaks for coffee, lunch and tea, and during the delegates’ reception and formal dinner. You will have the opportunity to network and discuss issues with your professional peers who are each addressing the challenge from their own direction.

We are delighted to welcome our keynote speaker, Dr Michael Rutter, Director Safety and Claims MOD, who will outline the issues for the defence sector. Other speakers have been invited to address a broad spectrum of associated topics.

Will there be an Opportunity to Display Equipment?
This symposium provides a highly targeted audience. Time will be especially allotted to the displays and we offer companies, departments and establishments an opportunity to display their equipment or advertise their capability. The Display Space Application Form shows the options available, and costs. Please complete and return the form by 2 August 2006.
Please Note: Display personnel need to register as delegates if they wish to attend symposium presentations and meals.
Timings and registration
The symposium will be held in the Whitworth Conference Centre at the Defence Academy at Shrivenham, starting at 1000 hours on Wednesday 6 September (registration from 0900 hours) and finishing after tea on Thursday 7 September. If you wish to attend the symposium, please complete and return the Registration Form before 2 August 2006. In order to keep the intimate atmosphere of the symposium, attendance is limited to 150. So please book early to ensure a place.

Blocks of rooms have been reserved at three selected hotels by Venues Unlimited. These selected hotels, from which a bus pickup service to the symposium and the formal dinner will be arranged, are listed on the Hotel Accommodation Request Form. Please return the completed form direct to Venues Unlimited. Also please note that this block booking of guaranteed hotel rooms will be open until 5 August 2006. Thereafter Venues Unlimited will endeavour to reserve rooms in other local hotels.
There is a very restricted number of rooms available in the Officers' Mess for UK serving officers and UK entitled civil servants. These categories should complete the appropriate box on the Registration Form if they wish to book this accommodation.

Sponsorship Opportunities
Sponsorship is invited for activities during this event which offer the opportunity for delegates and speakers to socialise and network, such as a reception on the first evening, pre-dinner drinks on the second evening, and the formal dinner itself. The benefits available can include complimentary registration fees and display space, the inclusion of the sponsor’s name, logo and possibly full page advertisement in the symposium programme, advertising the name of the sponsor, with logo, before each break in the programme and raising the sponsor’s flag or pennant. Please contact us as soon as possible to discuss options of sponsorship and the benefits to be gained.

Caroline Dawson
Symposia at Shrivenham
DCMT Cranfield University
Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
Shrivenham, Swindon
Wiltshire, SN6 8LA
United Kingdom
Tel: 01793 785648
Fax: 01793 785325
Email: caroline@symposiaatshrivenham


Jun 28, 2006


11-16th July, Malatya , TURKIYE 2006
Deadline for applications: 30 of June, 2006

If you are a young person between 18 and 25, this information is for you !

ü Do you and your friends want to explore the world history with the other nations?

ü Do you want to experience friendships through history?

ü Do you want to see Aslantepe which is one of the first place in the world?

ü Have you ever watched the sunrise and the sunset from Nemrut?

ü Do you know Malatya which is the capital of apricot of the world and do you want to attend 14th International Apricot Festival ?

ü Did you see Silahtar Mustafa Paþa Caravanseray?

Who pays what?
Ø Costs (travel costs, insurance): will be covered by participants

Ø Hosting costs (accommodation, food, program activities, local transport) will be covered by the youth and sport directory.

How to apply the organization ?

Ø Just fill the application form and fax us: 0090 422 323 13 68

Ø For anythi ng you wonder and want to learn you can mail us: info@kommagene.org

Ø Contact person: Oguz Demirhan cell phone:0090 536 633 97 57

For more details: www.kommagene.org

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Looking for partners for an approved CMS in Ankara (11-15 July 2006)

Looking for partners for an approved CMS in Ankara
11-15 July 2006
(YOUTH Programme and SEE countries are eligible)

ÖZGÜN Art & Culture Association with the support of AFDAG YOUTH organises a Contact Making Seminar for the development of youth exchange projects with the title «Connecting Future», which will take place in, Ankara/Turkey, July 11th - 15th 2006.

The aim of this CMS is to promote contacts between youth workers and NGOs in order to get to know each other, to share experiences and ideas, exchange of information and to develop ideas for new youth
exchange projects.

Application deadline

Please fill in the enclosed PART III and send it to AFDAG YOUTH at fax number +90.312.231.31.37 and (youth@afdag.org) until 30th of June at the latest. Final programme documents will be sent to participants soon.


· To bring together people working with young people in order to create new project ideas within the YOUTH Programme.
· To get to know organisations from different parts of Europe and neighbours of Turkey.
· To build new partnerships between Programme countries and partners from South East Europe.
· To create atmosphere of common understanding between people representing different cultures, working styles, etc.
· To provide knowledge about possibilities of co-operation with South East Europe within the YOUTH Programme.
· To develop projects with Eastern Europe partners.
· Promote YOUTH Programme and Action 1, 2, 3 and 5.
· Learn how to plan project with partners.
· Share knowledge and exchange experiences.

Profile of participants

· Voluntary or professional youth workers, youth leaders, project coordinators working directly with youngsters, who are interested in setting up international exchange projects.
· Motivated to find partners from the countries involved in the CMS and develop new exchange projects especially with Eastern Europe countries.
· 18 years old or over.
· Be able to communicate in English.
· Have some experience in working youngsters and organizing international projects.

Programme Elements

· YOUTH Programme presentation with special focus on cooperation with SEE countries within Action 1 projects
· How to organize good Youth Exchange projects.
· Intercultural learning in Youth Exchange projects.
· Partnerships - rights and obligations of partners.
· Presentation of participants and organisations - Organisations Fair.
· Actions Planning.

Date and Venue

CMS will take place in Ankara, which is the capital city of Turkey. With students of Ankara University, METU, Hacettepe, Gazi, Bilkent and the Military Academies, Ankara is a planned modern city of students. Ankara is the only large urban center in the interior of Turkey with a European appearance. Ankara includes lots of museums,
monuments and historical places to see. The area has also natural beauties like Elmadað mountain, Kýzýlcahamam Thermal Spring and Gölbaþý Lake. The participants will most probably stay in the guesthouse. Arrivals should be arranged on Wednesday, 11th July.


Flights should be booked to "Esenboða Airport" in Ankara, where you can catch airport shuttle buses to the HAVAÞ City Terminal in the center of Ankara.


ÖZGÜN Art & Culture and AFDAG, as hosting organization, will cover 70% of travel costs (domestic traveling, international traveling). The host will take care of all accommodation, programme, food and local transport costs. Please do not forget to bring the Official Invoice (receipt) of your flight tickets, boarding passes! The
insurance is the participants' own responsibility!!


Participants should bring:
· info materials (leaflets, brochures, posters, photos, etc.) for their organization
· a typical national food and/or drink for the intercultural evening and some music from their countries

Further information

Contact Person: Ali Oktay KOC/Ekin DaGLI/Gizem ERGONEN
E-mail: youth@afdag.org
GSM: +90.505.488.36.49
Home Tel: +90.312.257.04.50 (after 9 pm)


URL: www.afdag.org/cms
E-mail: youth@afdag.org

Ali Oktay KOC
be tolerant
Tel: +90.312.232.06.00
Fax: +90.312.231.31.37

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Youth Exchange: "Breaking intollerance and the fear of variety starting from countyside" (Latvia)

Dear friends,

We are organising a youth exchange called "Breaking intollerance and the fear of variety starting from countyside". This exchange will take place in Barbele,Bauscka district on 2 December till 9 december 2006.

The youth for smile Ngo we invite you to apply for partecipating in this exchange.
"Youth for Smile" is non governmental non-profit youth organisation and it's main aim is unite children and youth to promote their participation in non-formal education, in order to develop far and wide skills and abilities active take part within social processes in local, national and international level.

Organisation is new and located in small village close to Latvia border with Lithuania. The aim of this exchange will be breaking racism and intollerances
trought different cultures. In this week of exchange we'll work together for discovering others european cultures, for learning more about the fear of variety
for developing a network of young people that will work in promoting the ALL different all Equal Campaign.

for building inter-personal contact,
for ecouraging peer review and collaboration and for offering participants a space for sharing own tradition and culture.

We belive in a world rich in variety and culture,we think we can start fighting intollerance and discrimination from small place like countryside.

We are looking for small organization who work in rural area.

We need partners from

Application deadline: 1 september 2006

Contact details:
contact persons: Gianluca Lombardo
We hope to see you in Latvia
Best wishes
Gianluca Lombardo

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Resident Scholar Fellowships: The School of American Research

The School of American Research (SAR) awards six Resident Scholar Fellowships each year to scholars who have completed their research and analysis and who need time to think and write about topics important to the understanding of humankind. Resident scholars may approach their research from the perspective of anthropology or from anthropologically informed perspectives in such fields as history, sociology, art, law, and philosophy. Both humanistically and scientifically oriented scholars are
encouraged to apply.

In addition to its traditional fellowships, SAR, in partnership with the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), is now offering up to three fellowships per year in Religion, Science, and Public Life. Social scientists and humanities scholars who have a Ph.D. at the time of application are invited to submit proposals that examine patterns and changes in religion as they relate to scientific knowledge and public debate or action in civil society. The program seeks to create among scholars
conversations that will further historically-informed, interdisciplinary, and global perspectives on this topic. Fellows will be expected to coordinate a capstone symposium on this topic at a 2008 SSRC symposium in New York City.

SAR provides Residents Scholars with an apartment and office, a stipend up to $40,000, library assistance, and other benefits during a nine-month tenure, from September 1 through May 31. SAR Press may consider books written by resident scholars for publication in its Resident Scholar Series.

In addition to SAR, several organizations provide support for the Resident Scholar program: the Weatherhead Foundation, the Social Science Research Council, and the Katrin H. Lamon Endowment for Native American Art and Education.


Three types of fellowships are available:

SAR/Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Fellowships in Religion, Science, and Public Life Three fellowships are available to scholars who have a Ph.D. at the time of application and whose work focuses on religion within the context of science and civil society.

Weatherhead Fellowships. Two fellowships are available for either Ph.D. candidates or scholars with doctorates whose work is either humanistic or scientific in nature.

Katrin H. Lamon Fellowship. One fellowship is available for a Native American scholar, either pre- or post-doctoral, working in either the humanities or the sciences

Fellowships for Native Americans

For information about the Resident Scholar Program contact us at scholar@sarsf.org.


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Great Opportunities for Students, Youths, couples and all

Dear friends and organizations;

Global Volunteers for Change is pleased to invite applications for those who would like to volunteer or do internship in Tanzania, Africa. The volunteers will be able to visit Mt. Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro crater, and other places during their stay. The program is very well organized mixed with mini-tours.

Also we have EXPLORE TANZANIA SAFARI 2006, to explore the richness of Tanzania. Apply now.

The volunteer opportunities are available in:
- Orphanages
- Teaching
- Women development
-Hiv/AIDS awareness
- etc.

for information email applications@volunteersforchange.org or visit www.volunteersforchange.org

or email volunteers4change@yahoo.com


Esther Hume
International Program coordinator
Global Volunteers for Change
e-mail: admin@volunteersforchange.org

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Romania Youth Adventure 2006

In perioada 19-23 august 2006, in Gorj, se va desfasura prima editie a "Romania Youth Adventure 2006".

Activitatea se va desfasura sub forma unei caravane pe bicicleta, adresata tinerilor cu varsta cuprinsa intre 16 si 29 ani, avand ca repere importante Municipiul Targu-Jiu, Municipiul Motru, Cula lui Glogoveanu (adapostul lui Tudor Vladimirescu), Manastirea Tismana, Podul lui Dumnezeu, Hobita (satul natal al lui C. Brancusi), Pestisani, Valea Sohodolului, cu activitati menite sa contribuie la promovarea generatiei tinere in localitatile vizitate. Intre activitati: drumetie, sporturi montane - orientare turistica, teatru forum - animatie, gratar, activitati sportive etc.)

Prin aceasta actiune ne propunem sa contribuim la educarea tinerilor in spiritul respectului pentru natura, valorile traditionale prin metode educative non-formale si petrecerea timpului liber intr-un mod atractiv si util.

Detalii in curand pe: www.atdr.ro www.yrda.org

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This summer, we’re running a special Serbian language Program that will include loads of fun-filled activities !!!

60 Serbian classes that cover a range of topics which include Serbian Cultural and History!
All learning material!
Excursions to sites of interest, such as the Zlatibor Mountains, the Tara National Park and Mokra Gora... !
Home-stay with an average Serbian family
Free internet access
Handicraft course and Traditional culinary course (optional)
You will be based in the picturesque town of Užice, in the heart of the Balkan region. From this ideal location, the enchanting National parks of Zlatibor and Tara, the magnificent Potpece Cave, the famous Mokra Gora are easily within reach. And of course, there’s the beautiful old town of Užice for you to explore at your leisure

II Home stay program / independent accommodation
All families are carefully selected by our school. Your host family can be a married couple or a single person, with or without children. If a student is unhappy in a host family for whatever reason, alternative accommodation will be arranged, no question asked. From our past experience, host family members become good friends for the students.
It is very important to us that our students are happy in their accommodations, whether in host families, self catered shared students apartments or in private studio apartments.

III Our teachers:
Our school employs only highly qualified native tutors with experience in teaching the Serbian language to foreigners. All teachers are University graduates who have spent some time in foreign countries. Their personal and professional life experiences help them to better understand and relate to our students.

There is no Registration fee nor do we charge for an Invitation letter.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any further queries:
Jelena Lukic
Visegradska 6
31000 Užice
Email: Serbika@cepeline.net

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Scoala de vara 4Success Team [prelungire TL: 5 iulie]

Ozone Laboratories a decis prelungirea perioadei de inscriere la Scoala de Vara 4Success Team. Studentii de la facultatile de economie, medicina si farmacie isi pot depune aplicatiile pana la data de 5 iulie 2006 pentru a putea fi unul dintre cei 60 de participanti care vor beneficia de cursuri de specialitate despre managementul lucrului in echipa.

Proiectul 4Success Team este parte a Programului Ozone 4Success initiat de Ozone Laboratories pentru sprijinirea initiativelor în domeniul educatiei si formarii profesionale.

Mai multe informatii si formularul de inscriere:

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Paolo Pertica Fellowship 2006

The Paolo Pertica Fellowship was established in 2004 on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the creation, at Cranstoun Drug Services, of the first European Network on Drugs and Prisons, today ENDIPP, the European Network on Drugs and Infections Prevention in Prison. The aim is to provide opportunities to young researchers, from the EU, Candidate Countries and from the countries of the Balkans and Former Soviet Union, to contribute to the continuous development of evidence based research in the field of drugs and infections prevention in prison.

The fellowship provides a contribution of maximum 14.000 Euros.


ENDIPP is a Europe-wide multi-disciplinary network working on the exchange of practices, research based evidence and concrete working experiences on the prevention of drugs and infections in prison among prison administrations, civil society organisations, international organisations such as the WHO and EMCDDA and research institutes. The network, which is active in the 25 EU Member States and Accession Countries is co-funded by the European Commission.

Cranstoun Drug Services has been coordinating the European Network on Drugs and Infections in Prison for more than 10 years and this anniversary was marked with the creation of the Paolo Pertica Fellowship.

The Fellowships wants to once again reaffirm and show the commitment of Cranstoun Drug Services and of ENDIPP to the development of evidence based research in the field of drugs and infections prevention in prison, and at the same time give the opportunity to a young researcher to enter and contribute to this specific research field. The Fellowship was named after Paolo Pertica, one of the initiators of the network and still one of its most active members.

The Research Project – Guidelines and Requirements

The proposed study must cover at least 4 eligible countries (the EU, Candidate Countries and countries of the Balkans and Former Soviet Union), be specific in its aims and objectives and include a comparative element. Proposals must be made in relation to one of the four categories mentioned below and seek to significantly expand the knowledge base in this area.

Applicants should include their CV and a narrative (up to 1000 words) detailing the proposed area of study and demonstrating how each of the eligibility criteria is met. The narrative should also include a description of the methodology to be employed. An indicative work plan and costs for activities must be included.
The proposals will be evaluated and selected by a panel composed of experts (researchers and practitioners) in the area of infections and prisons. Basic criteria for selection include: the importance of the research question to the development of knowledge in the chosen category and the quality of research approach and feasibility of the work plan.

The amount of maximum 14.000 Euro will be made available for the development of the research and must be spent within the timeframe of one year.

The study must be written in English and the Fellowship holder will be expected to present the findings in a final
paper approximately 20-25,000 words in length.

2006 Categories

The five categories for 2006 are:
1. Harm reduction in the criminal justice system (prisons, police, aftercare) with particular reference to the WHO Health in Prison Project priorities for action, guidelines and recommendations, which can be found at http://www.euro.who.int/prisons/publications/20050610_1
2. Drug use among juveniles in custody
3. Crack cocaine and other stimulants in the criminal justice system
4. Foreign prisoners/migrants drug users in European prisons – policies and services available


Eligible applicants (and countries where the research will be carried out) must be citizens of EU Member States, Accession Countries, Countries of the Balkans, and countries from the Former Soviet Union.

Applications will be considered for individual projects only. Joint or group applications will not be accepted.

Applicants do not require specific educational or professional qualifications, but preference will be given to proposed studies demonstrating they have the support of an academic establishment from one of the eligible countries (possibly in the form of a letter of recommendation). However, the fellowship award will not be made for attending a course or other academic study.

The applicants must have the written support of their employer, including a commitment to allow time to undertake the necessary work on the study.

How to apply

Applications must be made to the Paolo Pertica Fellowship, c/o Cranstoun Drug Services, EU Liaison Office, Rue Hotel des Monnaies, 52, Brussels, Belgium.

The deadline for presenting applications for funding is the 15 August 2006

For further information, contact: cbrentari@cranstoun.org.uk


INTERNSHIP: Clan Public Affairs, Belgium

CLAN Public Affairs has got an intensive six-month traineeship program.

The trainees follow an acute selection process and are offered well-paid internships. From the first day, they are working exclusively on dossiers under daily supervision of partners and senior consultants.

Traineeships at CLAN Public Affairs are based on a win-win partnership: on the one hand, we are very selective in recruiting the trainees, and we will ask from them a lot of work and seriousness; but on the other hand, we commit ourselves to giving them a solid and complete traineeship.

Applicants should respond to the following criteria:

A solid university background (minimum 4 or 5-year studies)
A basic knowledge of the European Institutions (complementary diploma in European studies, a practical stage is a plus)
Fluency in French and English (other languages an asset)
Very good knowledge of PC programs
Serious, dynamic and flexible

Updating of a book on the European Institutions (research on the Internet, telephone contacs, etc.)
Assitance to the teams (partners and consultants) in the different sectors of the European Public Affairs (monitoring, communication, public relations…)
Monitoring legisative activities
CLAN Public Affairs are recruiting trainees after their own needs during the year. If you are interested in doing an internship in our company, please send your one-page CV and application letter to the following e-mail address: clanpa@clan-public-affairs.be

Please note that due to the large volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.


INTERNSHIP: Greenpeace European Unit, Bruxelles

Greenpeace European Unit ofera stagii pentru studenti motivati si foarte talentati. Greenpeace este o organizatie internationala care are la baza interesul pentru mediul înconjurator. Prin acest stagiu, tinerilor li se ofera sansa unica de a cunoaste metodele prin care Greenpeace face campanie pentru protejarea naturii în conformitate cu legile UE. Cei selectati vor face parte dintr-o echipa dinamica internationala.

Responsabilitati principale:
1. Asistenta administrativa
2. Asistarea unuia sau a mai multor coordonatori sau a functionarului care se ocupa de mass media din partea Greenpeace European Unit, pe un proiect apropiat de aria de interes a candidatului. Zonele de interes sunt: chimicale, protejarea padurilor, clima si oceane, surse secundare de energie.

Se ramburseaza cheltuielile de transport. Cei interesati trebuie sa trimita o scrisoare de motivatie (în care trebuie sa precizeze data la care doresc sa înceapa stagiul) si un CV pe adresa: Greenpeace European Unit Mr. Stef Van den Eynde- Rue Belliard 199, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

Informatii suplimentare la: european.unit@diala.greenpeace.org

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Concursul de eseuri - Un viitor mai bun cu ECDL

Fundatia ECDL-F (Irlanda), prin ECDL ROMANIA, lanseaza concursul de eseuri “Un viitor mai bun cu ECDL”. Concursul are ca scop stimularea dezbaterilor publice si a discutiilor pe marginea problematicii utilizarii calculatorului intr-o societate bazata pe cunoastere, a identificarii si promovarii de idei si concepte noi cu privire la influenta pe care calculatorul o are asupra vietii fiecaruia dintre noi.

Aflat la a doua editie, concursul din acest an presupune compunerea unui eseu de maxim 500 de cuvinte care sa descrie impactul pe care ECDL l-a avut asupra vietii fiecarui candidat participant.

Sunt invitate sa participe toate persoanele certificate ECDL/ ICDL din intreaga lume. Fiecare tara detinatoare a licentei ECDL va desemna un castigator national, iar dintre acestia va fi ales marele castigator al competitiei la nivel international.

Marele castigator al concursului va fi premiat la Dubrovnik, Croatia in cadrul Forumului International Anual ECDL/ICDL (1-3 noiembrie 2006). Speram ca Romania va fi marea castigatoare; in acest caz, castigatorul va fi anuntat cu privire la rezultatul obtinut prin intermediul ECDL ROMANIA.

Castigatorul va fi desemnat de o comisie de evaluatori de la Fundatia ECDL-F formata din 4 experti, personalitati marcante in domeniul e-Society. Acestia vor alege un castigator final in persoana acelui candidat a carui poveste este cea mai incurajatoare si plina de inspiratie. In mod similar, castigatorul pentru Romania va fi desemnat de o comisie de la ECDL ROMANIA formata din 3 experti.

Castigatorul va primi un trofeu din argint (un platou de argint gravat), precum si invitatia de a participa la Forumul de la Dubrovnik, Croatia, impreuna cu un insotitor. Costurile de transport si cazare pentru cele 2 persoane vor fi suportate integral de Fundatia ECDL-F.

Concursul este deschis tuturor persoanelor certificate ECDL din Romania. Acestea sunt invitate sa trimita eseurile lor impreuna cu formularul de inscriere corect completat, cu ajutorul centrelor, pana la data de 31 august 2006 (data postei) la sediul ECDL ROMANIA, Str. Mendeleev, nr 7-15, la mezanin, sector1, Bucuresti 010361, sau pe fax la nr. 021-316 99 22, sau e-mail vaduvag@ecdl.org.ro, in atentia drei. Irinuca Vaduva.

Site-ul ECDL Romania:

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TRAINING: Europe@work - Training on the Topic of Europe [TL: 31 iul]

"Cum pot sa motivez tinerii si sa-i incurajez sa participe la dezvoltarea viitoare a Europei? Ce are a face Europa cu experientele de zi cu zi ale tinerilor, problemele si dorintele lor personale? Care sunt metodele si instrumentele corespunzatoare pentru mediul meu de lucru?"

Acestea sunt doar cateva dintre intrebarile la care va incerca sa raspunda Trainingul "Europe@work - Future-orientated Methodology Training on the Topic of Europe", organizat de JUGEND für Europa - Agentia Nationala pentru programul TINERET din Germania, in perioada 28 septembrie - 1 octombrie 2006, in Bonn, Germania.

Pot participa: coordonatori/manageri de proiect, lideri de tineret, lucratori de tineret

Agentia germana asigura cazarea si masa participantilor. Cheltuielile de calatorie vor fi decontate ulterior (se accepta mijlocul cel mai ieftin de transport).

Data limita pentru inscriere: 31 iulie 2006

Mai multe informatii:

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CfP: Pentru "Cluburile Europene" din Romania

Fundatia poloneza Robert Schuman doreste sa stabileasca relatii cu cluburile europene care functioneaza in scoli si alte institutii din intreaga Europa. In luna noiembrie 2006, Fundatia va organiza o Intalnire Internationala a Cluburilor Europene, la care sunt invitate toate cluburile din tarile europene.

Daca esti reprezentantul unui Club European sau cunosti pe cineva care este membru al unui astfel de club, trimite un email organizatorilor.

Persoana de contact:
Ieva Grundsteine
Polish Robert Schuman Foundation
Al. Ujazdowskie 37/5
00-540 Warsaw
Tel.: +48 (22) 621 21 61
E-mail: i.grundsteine@schuman.org.pl
Website: http://www.schuman.org.pl

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Burse de studii „Niste Tarani” [TL: 10 octombrie]

Fundatia Nationala pentru Civilizatie Rurala „Niste Tarani”, in parteneriat cu Philip Morris Romania, a anuntat pe data de 23 iunie 2006 inceputul celui de-al saselea an de acordare a burselor de studii pentru studentii provenind din mediul rural, cu posibilitati financiare reduse.

Selectia tinerilor studenti este realizata de Fundatia Nationala pentru Civilizatie Rurala „Niste Tarani”, pe baza propunerilor transmise de universitatile de stat din toata tara.

Bursele de studii au fost acordate pentru prima data in anul universitar 2001-2002 unui numar de 25 de studenti, numarul lor crescand la 41 in urmatorul an universitar (cate un student pentru fiecare judet al tarii). Incepand cu anul 2003, cincizeci de studenti beneficiaza de ajutor financiar din partea Fundatiei „Niste Tarani” in parteneriat cu Philip Morris Romania.

Termen limita pentru trimiterea propunerilor: 10 octombrie 2006

Pentru informatii suplimentare:
Fundatia Nationala pentru Civilizatie Rurala “Niste Tarani”
Tel/ Fax: 021/315 50 88

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Program de internship PIT, termen limita de aplicare 5 Iulie

Asociatia ACT in parteneriat cu Fundatia Life Tineret lanseaza programul PIT de internship pentru tinerii interesati sa urmeze o cariera in domeniul formarii (training). Programul are o durata de variind intre 6 si 12 luni in functie de intern.

La finalul stagiului, internul va primi un certificat de absolvire si posibilitatea de a fi angajat(a) pe o perioada nedeterminata. Asociatia ACT asigura cazare, masa si 300 lei pe luna bani de buzunar.

Informatii legate de criteriile de selectie si procedura de aplicare se pot gasi accesand site-ul www.act.org.ro

Termenul limita este 5 Iulie 2006.

O zi buna
Janina Pasaniuc


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Last call CfA Summer School - Split 2006, Croatia, 27.08.-03.09.2006

Summer school - Split 2006
"New start"
28.08. - 03.09.2006.
Dear student colleagues,

if you are interested in meeting your colleagues from different parts of the world and gaining insights into different cultures and thinking processes that are the source of creativity and development, SUMMER SCHOOL - SPLIT 2006 is the right place for you.

Program is going to be focused on regional policy of the European Union, based on pre-accessing and structural funds, with main purpose of meeting participants with thinking logics for projects eligible for financing with refernce to EU funds in the multicultural environment and preserving individual differences of the countries that are members and potential ones.

Participants, that are going to be selected, are going to be students of economy and business economy with the highlight on those that are almost finished. The basic idea was that students, apart from all knowledge that could have got on their universities, gain some practical knowledge with the workshops and case studies that are going to be provided and supervised, all because merging the theoretical knowledge and practical one. Also, we are going to provide them opportunity to make
decisions that were already made by the governments and institutional leaderships
of the member countries with the projections of the future that we all are looking forward to, which is integrated Europe.

Your involvment will earn you 3 ECTS credits. The total fee of EUR 100 covers tuition, study materials, organised trips, accommodation in double bedrooms, access to computer facilities, breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Deadline for scholarship is over, so only students that were already send their scholarship application will be but on scholarship list.


Contact us on: e-mail: summerschool@efst.hr

For more information visit our internet address:
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Jun 27, 2006

PTPI's Global Youth Forum in Kansas City, USA

Dear friends,

As a service of People to People International - European Office you receive information about an upcoming event.

Subject: PTPI's Global Youth Forum (GYF) in Kansas City, MO (USA)

At PTPIÂ’s Global Youth Forum, young achievers from around the world aged 13 to 18 explore various perspectives and skills while also experiencing an exciting new group of diverse people and cultures. A variety of dynamic speakers, interactive workshops and rewarding activities highlight this unique youth conference, which is devoted to key components of the PTPI mission: international understanding, education, leadership and humanitarianism.

European students are invited to take part in the International Student Panel. The International Student Panel at the 2006 GYF will serve as a forum for students of diverse backgrounds and cultures to share and dialogue about their experiences within their home country. Each participant will be provided with a list of pre-planned questions to prepare prior to his or her arrival at the GYF. There will also be an unscripted question and answer time that will occur between the panel
participants and the entire GYF delegation.

Further information is available at http://www.ptpi.org/programs/youth_conf.jsp

Date: November 8-12, 2006

Deadline: June 30

Target group:
* 14 – 18 years of age during the time of the Conference
* A high school student (even if students are 18 years of age, but a university student, they will not be considered)
* Excellent communication skills
* High degree of fluency in the English language
* Comfortable speaking in front of large groups
* Knowledge of world affairs
* Active within their community
* Commitment to and belief in the mission of People to People International
* Applicants who are not member of PTPI are welcome, but membership is an advantage

People to People International provides full scholarships to international participants of the 2006 Global Youth Forum taking part in the International Student Panel: the scholarship covers the cost of lodging, food and all activities during the GYF. PTPI will also pay for round trip airfare between the studentÂ’s home town and Kansas City.

Location: Kansas City, MO (USA)

Applications: The Application forms can be downloaded from

A complete application includes the completed Student Panel application form, the completed GYF Application form (payment information will not be necessary, since international participants receive a full scholarship) and the letter of recommendation completed by a teacher or other adult (no relatives!).

Applications sent by fax or e-mail are only accepted as preliminary applications. The original documents with signatures need to be sent by postal service as well.

Organizer: People to People International (PTPI)

Contact information:
PTPI European Office
Bundesallee 22
10717 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 88916433
Fax: +49 (0)30 88916434
E-mail: admin-europe@ptpi.org

More information
If you would like more information on PTPI, you may visit either
www.ptpi.org or www.ptpe.org.

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CfP: "Global Communication of Fundamentalist Knowledge" (December 14-16 2006, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Dear Colleagues,

Please receive invitation and call for papers for the conference Global Communication of Fundamentalist Knowledge on December 14-16 2006, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

Global Communication of Fundamentalist Knowledge:

Fundamentalism and globalisation are two widely contested concepts. While some analysts claim that both terms refer to increasingly powerful political forces, others argue that neither refers to anything empirically real. This conference seeks to address the following questions: What distinguishes modern fundamentalism from other forms of religious revivalism and political activism? How do global media communicate fundamentalist knowledge? Participants are invited to address these
wider questions within the three thematic areas outlined below:

1. Community, people and state
Since religious communities are constituted in contexts of peoples, states and territories, their aims and ambitions are necessarily worked out in relation to these entities. What is specific to fundamentalism in its relation to these entities? We solicit proposals addressing this question in relation to the following issues:

* Concepts of power, religion and law in formations of communities and states.
* Concepts of power, religion and law in territorial disputes and international relations.

2. Fundamentalism and exegesis
The fundamentalist principle of return to scriptureis usually associated with literal readings, but it also means bypassing literal readings in order to acquire scriptures hidden (esoteric) knowledge and to empower true believers in relation to their others. Proposals are solicited which analyse fundamentalist hermeneutics in relation to the following themes:
* Principles of epistemic and communal authority in exegesis.
* Esotericism, aestheticism and linguistics in exegesis.
* Exegeses and changes in communities, societies, states, and international relations.

3. Media and fundamentalist knowledge
Through global media, individuals can avail themselves of a wide range of sources, including religious websites and scriptures. Is this development changing the way religion serves ethnic and national interests? Or is it challenging ethnic and national interests and creating new forms of religious and political activism? Proposals are solicited which seek to define fundamentalism from the following perspectives:

* The ways in which religious actors (whether states or trans-national networks) use global media to serve ethnic and national interests.

* The ways in which non-religious actors (whether states or trans-national networks) use global media to defend ethnic and national interests against religion

For detailed information and registration form, please visit the conference
website: www.hf.ntnu.no/cofu

Contact: global@hf.ntnu.no

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Congress on Social, Political and Economic Transition, (Kocaeli University, Turkey)

Congress on Social, Political and Economic Transition of the Turkic Republics of Caucasus and Central Asia in the 21st Century

18 to 21 September 2006
Kocaeli-Turkey, Kocaeli, Turkey

Website: http://iibf.kou.edu.tr/sstw/eng/eng.html

Contact name: Bekir Gunay

The congress is open to the participation of both national and international academics, competents, and practitioners about,IR,History and Sociology, Economics, Business Administration, Labour Economics, Public Administration.

Organized by: Kocaeli University, the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Department of International Relation

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Internship Program for Summer at Turkey Europe Fondation

Dear all,

Turkey Europe Foundation has initiated its internship program for summer period and accepting the applications of European university students as well as turkish students.

Detailed information for turkish speakers can be found on:

For any further information and questions dont hesitate to contact

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“Be quick! Trainings in Batumi/Georgia from Afig, Lankaran”

Dear Friends,

We have two trainings (Conflict Management, 29 July-6 August and Project Management, 12 August-20 August) in Georgia, by partnership The Sparkle, Denmark.

Though the deadline was May 20, 2006, we took the deadline 27 June, because we still need some participants from Azerbaijan. There is no participation fee and we reimburse for everything full, just travel 70 %.

Be quick!

With best wishes and regards,

Afig Malikov, from Lankaran

The president of the EPSAYA

Postal address: Azerbaijan Republic, Lankaran City, Az 42 00, Tofig
Ismayilov street 3
Tel.: (+994 171) 5 31 90
Cell: (+994 55) 792 44 42
E-mail: magiya_ngo@yahoo.com

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European Summer University, ESU 2006, Maritime Security and Safety in Europe and prevention of the maritime risks

The European Union is particularly concerned by maritime safety and security and environmental risks, as a very large part of European trade depends on maritime traffic (90 % of its foreign trade and 35 % of its domestic trade).

The English Channel is one of the busiest seaways in the world: all traffic (around 18 % of world’s traffic, 45 000 ships every year) between the Atlantic Ocean and the North and Baltic Seas passes through here. The ships may transport many dangerous goods: oil (70 % of European importations), chemical and nuclear products. Not forgetting the large volume of Cross Channel traffic, essentially ferries, as well as numerous fishing boats and yachts.

Navigation conditions are difficult not only because of this heavy traffic but also due to natural conditions, with frequent strong tidal currents and bad sea conditions. These problems are accentuated in narrow zones such as “Les Casquets” and the Straits of Dover.

On the French coast, the ports of Cherbourg and Le Havre are located in the heart of this particularly sensitive maritime zone. The Autonomous Port of Le Havre is 5th largest European port, stop-over call for many cruise liners.
The Port of Cherbourg, the leading French port for yachts and the 2nd largest port for Cross-Channel traffic, is also a port of call of cruise liners, as well as a fishing and military port.

This area is particularly concerned by maritime security, unfortunately highlighted by recent accidents. The Maritime Prefecture of the Channel and North Sea area is based in Cherbourg and has authority over a zone which extends from the Mont Saint Michel Bay to the French-Belgian border. In the field of maritime safety and security, public services and all available maritime structures coexist.

The Channel is an area where international laws are implemented, whether they be IMO (International Maritime Organization) rulings, European directives or bilateral and interregional agreements.

For all these reasons, the area around Cherbourg and Le Havre is an excellent example to study the implementation of different directives and regulations, and to understand international operational organization.


European Summer University 2006 "Radioactivity and applications. How to use and control the nuclear energy ?"

Cherbourg School of Engineering organises a European Summer University on the thematic "Radioactivity and applications. How to use and control the nuclear energy ?"

The programme includes the teaching, accommodation, catering, excursions and nautical activities from the 28th of August until the 8th of September.

Cost : 300 euros all included.

The deadline for application is until the 15th of July 2006


CfP: 4th International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation

2 to 3 October 2006 Pretoria, South Africa

The aim of the 4th International Conference is to provide a forum for the dissemination of research findings associated with entrepreneurship and innovation in various fields, including business clustering, business development and management. Enquiries: steynbergl@tut.ac.za

Web address: http://www.tut.ac.za/goto/entr-conf

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Volunteer and Internship opportunities in Tanzania ( Plus swahili Training)

Dear friends;

Global Volunteers for Change, is pleased to let you know that we have several Volunteer and internship opportunities in Tanzania, Africa. We have volunteer opportunities in Orphanages, Teaching in primary, AND Secondary, Health, etc. Our programme is mixed with mini-tours.

Our volunteer always has opportunities to visit Mount Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater, and many national parks.

We link you to our people.

If you would like to visit Tanzania and help the community email volunteers4change@yahoo.com for more information.

We have also very interesting
1. Tour and Safari program in Tanzania, and
2. Swahili Training program (3 weeks) if interested contact us.


Rev. Titus Tossy
Global Volunteers for Change

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Cursuri de limba italiana in Roma, Siena, Florenta si Milano

Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, reprezentata in Romania de Edu Project, ofera cursuri de limba italiana in Roma, Florenta, Siena sau Milano, la preturi incepind de la 280 de euro pentru 2 saptamini de curs si 200 euro pentru 2 saptamini de cazare.

Cursurile organizate de Scuola Leonardo da Vinci sunt recunoscute de Ministerul Italian al Educatiei si se desfasoara pe mai multe niveluri, de la incepatori la avansati: Cursuri standard de limba italiana, 20h/saptamina - Cursuri intensive de limba italiana, 30h/saptamina - Cursuri individuale de limba italiana - Cursuri de limba si cultura italiana - Cursuri de limba italiana pe specializari (drept, turism, medicina etc.).

Datele de incepere a cursurilor pentru perioada urmatoare sunt: 3 iulie, 17 iulie, 31 iulie, 14 august, 28 august, 11 septembrie, 25 septembrie, 9 octombrie, 23 octombrie, 6 noiembrie, 20 noiembrie, 4 decembrie.

Pentru alte detalii va rugam sa contactati Edu Project:

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TRAIN the TRAINER ( T.T.T), Bucuresti, 18-20 august 2006

Centrul de Resurse si Consultanta in Educatie in parteneriat cu Centrul de Consiliere, Asistenta si Aprofundare Profesionala “UNIVERSITAS” organizeaza in perioada 18,19 20 august 2006 la Bucuresti, seminarul tehnic-aplicativ:


Obiectiv: in urma celor 24 ore de lucru, participantii isi vor insusi abilitati necesare realizarii activitatilor instructiv-educative destinate adultilor beneficiind de informatii, metode, tehnici si instrumente specifice pedagogiei moderne imbinate cu exercitii si exemplificari.

- etica formatorului, responsabilitati
- eficienta comunicarii in training
- tipuri de traineri
- invatarea la adult , procesul instruirii si evaluare
- dinamica grupului; expunerea informatiei si comunicarea cu persoanele dificile
- exercitiul (tipuri de exercitii, intensitate, durata, scop)
- intocmirea agendei detaliate, a suportului de curs si a curriculei de lucru

Cristina Chertz (actor) si Cristian Petrescu ( psiholog), traineri experimentati, cunoscuti si recunoscuti pe piata serviciilor de educatie formala si informala a adultilor, avand peste 10 ani de activitate va vor oferi combinatia optima intre elemente teoretice si activitati practice utile in domeniul serviciilor de instruire.

Seminarul se adreseaza specialistilor din : resurse umane, servicii psihosociale, coordonatorilor (asistentilor) de proiecte din cadrul ONG-urilor, reprezentantilor institutiilor publice locale si centrale precum si tuturor celor ce doresc sa dezvolte ( implementeze ) activitati de instruire
( training) in domeniul educatiei adultilor in cadrul institutiilor in care isi desfasoara activitatea.

Taxa de participare este de 340 lei RON/ persoana ( pauza de cafea, suport de curs, logistica).

Participantilor la curs li se acorda in urma training-ului 4 ore de consultanta gratuita in pregatirea unei activitati instructiv-educative pentru adulti.

Inscrierea se face in ordinea achitarii taxei de participare, in conditiile in care numarul de locuri este limitat. Informatii la tel: 0727 850 691 si inscrieri la e-mail crceromania@yahoo.com

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CfA: ING Trainee Program [TL: 20 iulie]

Pentru absolventii 2006, cu rezultate excelente si activitati extracuriculare, fluenti in limba engleza si cu ambitia de a-si construi o cariera de succces.

Termen limita de inscriere: 20 iulie 2006

Mai multe informatii:

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Jun 26, 2006

PhD Studentship in Physics - University of Exeter

PhD Studentship
School of Physics

Available for research on numerical modeling of light propagation in biological tissue as well as image reconstruction using the Radiative Transport Model.

The research is focused on Three Dimensional image reconstruction of optical properties of tissue, specifically for the detection and characterisation of brain function and physiology of small animals.

The applicant should have or be expected to obtain a 2(i) degree in Physics, Engineering or Mathematics and should be able to demonstrate a clear motivation and understanding of modelling techniques and programming. Good knowledge of MATLAB is advantageous.

To apply online visit
http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/admissions/applyonline.shtml and also please send a full CV, covering letter and names and addresses of three referees to Dr Hamid Dehghani, School of Physics, University of Exeter, Stocker Road, Exeter, EX4 4QL. The closing date for completed applications is 11 July 2006.

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PhD Studentships - Glasgow Caledonian University

PhD Research Studentships
Promoting Gender Equality in Public Policy
Caledonian Business School

PhD STUDENTSHIP 1 + 3 - Promoting Gender Equality in Public Policy - The Gender Education Gap: Performance in School & College Qualifications (Ref: CBS10)

The aim of this project is to evaluate the nature and extent of the gender education gap in non-degree level qualifications and explore possible policy responses.

Applicants should have (or hope to gain) a 2:1 or first class Honours degree and/or a Masters degree in a related subject.

The studentship will begin September 2006 and will be for four years; one year Master of Research (Business & Management) plus 3 years PhD. Students complete the Master of Research during the first year of doctoral training, unless exempted by previous (equivalent) approved study. Progression to PhD follows on from a recommendation from the Master of Research Programme Board. A stipend of £13,500 per annum is payable during the first year of training and this will rise in subsequent years in line with research council rates.

"Glasgow Caledonian University is committed to being an equal opportunities employer"


Prospective students can obtain an application form from our website at:
Alternatively email abmd@... or telephone +44 (0) 141 331 3426

Please include with the application form the following:

* CV detailing past research experience
* Brief statement describing why he/she is a suitable candidate to
study for a higher degree

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PhD Studentships in Humanities/Law - university of Hull

PhD Studentship
Slavery, Reparations and Restorative Justice
University of Hull Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation (WISE)

We wish to award one fully funded PhD studentship to commence in September 2006 or as soon as possible thereafter. The studentship is for three years of full-time study. The studentship will enable the recipient to complete a programme of doctoral research - relevant to the theme 'Slavery, Reparations and Restorative Justice' - and gain a doctoral degree.

The successful applicant will:

* Have a first degree (usually an honours degree from a recognised Higher Education Institution) and normally a masters degree in History, Law, Sociology or other relevant discipline (or similar postgraduate qualification).
* Demonstrate the capability and diligence required to complete a PhD by research within the period of the award.
* Receive, and be expected to undertake, relevant training in advanced research skills.
* Be supervised and supported by internationally recognised experts in slavery studies and restorative justice.

Supervision will be provided jointly by experts in restorative justice and slavery studies. These include:

Gerry Johnstone (Professor of Law),

David Richardson (Professor of Economic History and Director of Wise),

The studentship includes waiver of all fees and a stipend of £12,300 per annum.

If you wish to apply you should obtain a PhD application form from: Ms
Donna Knight, Law School, University of Hull, Hull HU6 7RX, Email:

Closing date: 21 July 2006

Applications should be returned to Donna Knight at the above address, please also enclose:

* A letter stating that you are interested in this studentship
* A statement (max. 1,000 words) explaining, why you are interested in this theme?, what questions or problems you will address in your research?, how you will go about researching them (i.e. what approaches/methods/resources will you use) and what, if anything, might distinguish you from other applicants for this award

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Trainers training in Teaching politics (Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina)

Dear all,

Teaching politics - as one element of education for democratic citizenship - is a challenge that requires a special set of knowledge and skills.
The NGO D@dalos based in Sarajevo/Bosnia-Herzegovina offers a 3-month trainers training (September till November 2006) for participants from Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Bulgaria and Romanian.
The course language is German. Advert in German:


Main aims of this course are to deal with the topics of democracy, political parties and European Union as well as to get acquainted with tasks, contents and methods of education for democratic citizenship (EDC). In addition to that, cross-cutting key qualifications such as presentation skills and project management techniques are taught. Participants acquire basic knowledge and skills in the field of EDC and learn how to teach politics in formal and non-formal education. Thereby they take part in developing a democratic political culture in Southeast-Europe.

A detailed report on the same course in 2005 are available in German language on http://www.dadalos.org/download/Bericht_Politik_unterrichten_2005.pdf.

Report on the same course in 2003 in English: http://www.dadalos.org/EDC/download/teaching_politics_final_report_2003.pdf

The course consists of three 3 day seminars in Sarajevo and two distance learning phases facilitated via e-mail. It is held by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schumann (University of Tuebingen/Germany) and Ragnar Mueller (content developer and trainer with Pharos e.V. Stuttgart).

September 1 - 3, 2006: 1st seminar in Sarajevo
September 4 - October 5, 2006: 1st online-phase
October 6 - 8, 2006: 2nd seminar in Sarajevo
October 9 - November 2nd, 2006: 2nd online phase
November 3 - 5, 2006: 3rd seminar in Sarajevo

Requirements for Participation
- high motivation for being trained as a multiplier
- fluency in German (spoken and written)
- basic skills in using the Internet and e-mail/Internet connection available
- minimum age: 18 years
- maximum number of participants: 15

The course is designed for (future) multipliers from schools, universities or NGO. We expect the participants to be highly motivated and interested in the subject. For the application, the applicant needs to have his/her own ideas or visions how to make use of the knowledge s/he will acquire and how to disseminate it. Therefore, it would be desirable if s/he belongs to an institutions or organisation.

A certificate will be given to the participants who have fulfilled all conditions successfully.

All costs for travel, accommodation, food and visa for the three workshops will be covered based on agreement with the organiser.

Please apply via e-mail to Ingrid.Halbritter@dadalos.org attaching the following documents
- Curriculum vitae in German language
- Essay on motivation and ideas how to disseminate and use the acquired knowledge (max 2 pages).

Deadline: July 16, 2006

This program is funded by the German government (Stability Pact for Southeast Europe).
U.G. D@dalos Sarajevo
Ingrid Halbritter M.A.
Aleja Lipa 57
71000 Sarajevo
Tel: +387 (0)33 446 680
Fax: +387 (0)33 715 601
Mob: +387 (0)61 199 742
E-mail: Ingrid.Halbritter@dadalos.org
Internet: www.dadalos.org und www.see-edc.info
Skype: dadalossarajevo

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TOC: CEU Political Science Journal - Issue III

CEU Political Science Journal is a newly emerged publication from the academic community of Central European University, Budapest. It is primarily targeted at graduate students from CEU, but valuable contributions from outside are also welcome.


3rd issue - April - May 2006:

Elena Prohnitchi, Comparative Analysis of the Modes of Transition in Hungary and Poland and their Impact on the Electoral System of These States.
Elgun A. Taghiyev, Measuring Presidential Power in Post-Soviet Countries,
Irina Ionescu. The Parliamentary Activity of Romanian Opposition Partie. The Cooperative Opposition: A Post-Communist Phenomenon

Gabriela Borz, Determinants of Party Unity in Central eastern Europe
Gergana Yankova, Political Accountability and Media Scandals: A Comparative Exploration.

CEU Political Science Journal. The Graduate Student Review,

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