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The HUB is the European representation of INESC, the leading Research and Technology Organisation in Portugal, with a multidisciplinary approach and focus on excellence and impact. Our strong European track record speaks for itself . Our action extends across borders and beyond Europe, with decades-long collaboration and presence in the United States (joint programmes with MIT and UT Austin), Brazil (an established RTO since 2012, INESC P&D Brazil), across Asia (Japan, índia, China and South Korea) and Africa.
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Going online offers enormous opportunities. That is certainly the case for Belgium. In 2017, 65% of all internet users in Belgium shopped online, but only 23% of SMEs offered their goods or services online. 80% of Belgian internet users were active on social media at the time, but only 22% of companies were present on social media.  There was a lot of room for growth for Belgian companies, which is why Google Digital Atelier was created in 2018. We want to help realize this growth through digital skills training: 27 different workshops and personal coaching sessions - in three languages, free and accessible to everyone. The focus is mainly on digital marketing but you can also find other topics in the curriculum. Job seekers, students or starters - working in a small company or a large established firm - or just interested in all things digital? You are welcome!
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KU LEUVENInspiring the outstandingKU Leuven is an institution for research and education with international appeal. All programmes at this University are based on the innovative research of its scientists and professors.KU Leuven ranks among the best 50 universities worldwide!
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Accountable Now is a global membership platform. We support civil society organisations (CSOs) in being transparent, responsive to stakeholders and focused on delivering impact. Together with Members and partners, we aim to engage CSOs in a conversation on how to advance accountability practices, through reporting, workshops, projects and more.
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Radiotherapy 2021 coordinates towards tending to main problems also as future ways of Cancer. This can be the most important and most encouraging universal gathering wherever the program incorporates Clinical Oncologists, Registered Nurses, Nurse specialists and also the whole restorative cluster needed in patient care, scientists, proficient, early profession people that want to find out standards of growth medicine and therapy well as leaders can return to look at on completely different components of challenges, risks and investment opportunities of Cancers.Radiotherapy 2021 coordinates towards tending to main problems also as future ways of Cancer. This can be the most important and most encouraging universal gathering wherever the program incorporates Clinical Oncologists, Registered Nurses, Nurse specialists and also the whole restorative cluster needed in patient care, scientists, proficient, early profession people that want to find out standards of growth medicine and therapy well as leaders can return to look at on completely different components of challenges, risks and investment opportunities of Cancers.
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ECLAN is a network of researchers and academics engaging in EU criminal law across 32 ; It aims at developing academic research and training in the field of EU criminal law by facilitating collaborations and synergies between universities and research ; ECLAN organises conferences and edits publications, hosts a summer school and a PhD seminar dedicated to the EU area of criminal justice, and publishes a quarterly newsletter dedicated to recent developments in the field.
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The Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies is an interdisciplinary research centre of the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium. It has been founded in 2007 and was recognized as a KU Leuven Centre of Excellence in 2010. In 2016 GGS was recognized by the European Commission as a “Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence on Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Europe and the World”, a tremendous honour and European recognition of our work. In 2018 GGS kicked off RECONNECT, a large-scale Horizon 2020 project on ‘Reconciling Europe with its Citizens through Democracy and the Rule of Law’, as well as CONNECTIVITY, a six-year research programme on ‘Connectivity, Contestation and Cooperation in Global Governance’. GGS aims to make high-quality, fundamental and policy-relevant contributions to the study of globalization, global governance processes and multilateralism, with a particular focus on the role of the European Union. In full recognition of the complex issues involved, GGS approaches global governance from a multi-level and multi-actor perspective. GGS considers non-European perspectives to global governance of great importance. It hosts the EU-China Focus and the Leuven India Focus, organizes regularly transatlantic conferences and events focusing on Latin America and Asia, and takes a keen interest in the Global South. In addition to its fundamental research, GGS carries out independent applied research and advises policy-makers on multilateral governance and global public policy issues. It regularly organizes conferences, seminars and debates on these issues, including a Euro-Asia Summer School and the International Law and Global Governance Summer School. GGS works with academic and policy partners from all over the world, including the European Parliament, the European Commission, the European External Action Service, the Committee of the Regions, the OECD, UNIDO, UNCTAD, the World Bank and the WTO. GGS also publishes the Leuven Global Governance Series with Edward Elgar Publishers and makes its research available through working papers, policy briefs and global governance opinions.  
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EuChemS, the European Chemical Society, aims to nurture a platform for scientific discussion and to provide a single, unbiased European voice on key policy issues in chemistry and related fields.Representing more than 160,000 chemists from more than 40 Member Societies and other chemistry related organisations, EuChemS relies on a unique network of active researchers involved in all the fields of chemistry. Through this network, EuChemS organises several specialised academic conferences as well as the biannual EuChemS Chemistry Congress, the European congress of chemical sciences. EuChemS also promotes the role and image of the chemical sciences among the general public and policy-makers through social media, newsletters and through the organisation of conferences and workshops open to the society.Through the promotion of chemistry and by providing expert and scientific advice, EuChemS aims to take part in the solution to today´s major societal challenges.
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FEAM is the European Federation of National Academies of Medicine and Medical Sections of Academies of Sciences. It brings together under one umbrella 18 National Academies representing over 5,000 among the best scientists in Europe.FEAM’s mission is to promote cooperation between National Academies of Medicine and Medical Sections of Academies of Sciences in Europe; to provide a platform to formulate their collective voice on matters concerning human and animal medicine, biomedical research, education, and health with a European dimension; and to extend to the European authorities the advisory role that they exercise in their own countries on these matters.
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  The Agropol project supported by the European Commission (DG AGRI) was launched in January 2016. The project aims at providing and developing practical knowledge on how to strengthen the agriculture and food sector through cross- border cooperation. A research consortium including IDEA (Belgium), Metis GmbH (Austria) and the University of Ghent (Belgium) selected two case regions involved in ongoing cross-border cooperation initiatives in the agri-food-forestry sector: • The EUROACE Euroregion between Portugal and Spain • The cross-border region between Carinthia in the South of Austria and Slovenia During the final event, the results of the pilot projects will be presented and further discussed with stakeholders involved in cross-border cooperation and regional/rural development across Europe.
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UnILiON is an informal network of 51 liaison offices representing 153 excellent universities based in Europe, Japan and Russia. The network represents an arena of exchange where the participants share information, nurture collaboration and act as information multipliers towards the represented organisations.UnILiON offers a single entry point to a world of excellent universities. Thanks to UnILiON you can easily access some of the most active Research, Higher Education and Innovation players in Europe and beyond.For the universities participating in UnILiON it offers a door to European Institutions and other external partners.UnILiON is not a formal lobbying entity or a formal interests representation initiative and does not get together to express joint positions.
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The European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) is an association of 23 leading European research institutions. ECRA’s objective is to bring together, expand and optimise expertise in climate research through a bottom-up approach. The initiative is a platform for joint research planning by sharing existing national research capacities and infrastructures. ECRA acts as a unified voice for climate research in Europe.
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NTNU in Brussels works to promote and strengthen NTNU's image and participation in EU and related initiatives. It provides relevant information, operational consulting and support to NTNU employees willing to work in and contribute to the European Research Area. The office represents «the door to NTNU» for organizations that want to start collaborations and create synergies with NTNU and «the door to Europe» for employees interested in making use of the services the office offers. The office can assist academic groups in identifying and participating in leading European networks and in long-term positioning with respect to relevant European organizations, alliances and platforms. The office can also assist in identifying appropriate funding opportunities and building partnerships and consortia for specific funding announcements.
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Notre Mission ​La Cellule de Droit International humanitaire de l' ULB a pour but de promouvoir et de diffuser le droit international humanitaire au sein de la Communauté Universitaire au travers de différentes activités, notamment en collaboration avec la Croix Rouge de Belgique avec laquelle elle conclut annuellement un contrat de partenariat.
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Ranked as one of the world’s top comprehensive universities with 180 years of history, the VUB combines award-winning research and accredited English and Dutch-taught study programmes (BSc, MSc and PhD) with high impact on social, economic and cultural innovation. We are linked to the world from within our international capital Brussels. At the same time we continue to advance our very personal and democratic approach that enables all the members of the VUB-community to grow, so they can successfully take up their roles in the world of today and tomorrow.
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Officially inaugurated on 27 February 1964, the IEE-ULB was founded by high profile personalities such as Ganshof van der Meersch and Paul-Henri Spaak. It quickly achieved a level of disciplinary excellence in European law. During the 50 years of its existence, nearly 7,500 students have graduated from the Institut d’Etudes Européennes.
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NeuroComScience est un centre de recherche, de formation et d’activités de conseils en analyse comportementale, spécialisé dans la communication non-verbale. Des institutions et entreprises importantes s’adressent à NeuroComScience afin d’appliquer des méthodes et des techniques scientifiques d’interprétation du comportement humain pour en tirer des avantages en termes de précision, économie du temps et des ressources.
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TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. From its start in 1984 TED grew into a  global community, welcoming people from every discipline and culture who seek a deeper understanding of the world.TEDx are independently organized events endorsed by TED that help share ideas in communities around the world. ‘The Elephant In The Room’ will be the third TEDx event organized by Vlerick Business School students.
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The Brussels Privacy Hub (BPH) is an academic privacy research centre with a global focus. As an entity of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels or VUB), it uses its location in Brussels, the capital of Europe, to engage EU policymakers, data protection regulators, the private sector, and NGOs, and to produce innovative, cutting-edge research on important questions of data protection and privacy law and policy. Brussels is where key decisions are taken on data protection in the European Union, and EU rules set the standard for data protection and privacy law around the world.
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The University of Kent's Brussels School of International Studies (BSIS) was established in 1998. BSIS is a multidisciplinary School offering master and PhD courses in politics and law, providing in-depth analysis of contemporary issues including conflict, security, development, migration, the political economy and the legal basis of a changing world order.
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LICT, the Leuven ICT Centre, is a cross-departmental, multidisciplinary centre within KU Leuven that bundles the complementary expertise of electronic engineers, computer scientists, sociologists and law experts in the design and application of ICT technologies.The mission of the centre is to "coordinate and promote top-level research on the design and application of ICT systems, both hardware and software, in support of industry and society".The centre currently represents about 65 professors and more than 450 researchers from multiple research groups and is organised around eight research lines Analog, Mixed-Signal & RF building blocks Circuits & Systems for Sensing & Communications Embedded Hardware and Software Distributed Software ICT Security Multimedia Processing Human-Computer Interaction Data & Knowledge ScienceThe different research lines come together in cross-technology themes like “Green ICT”, “Big Data” and “Cyber-Physical Systems” and find their application in domains like "Health and Ambient Assisted Living", “Smart Environments”, “Telecommunications”, “Multimedia”, "Learning", "Sports" and “Transport & Logistics”.
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Our mission is to promote, facilitate and foster participation of the entire Polish R&D community in European projects and initiatives, and in particular - to reinforce the position of Poland in European Union framework programs.Our tasks: Promotion and support of polish partners in European Union’s framework programmes, Cooperation with our counterparts from European countries - members of IGLO network, Cooperation with The Polish National Contact Point for Research Programmes of the EU, Organisation of events to exchange ideas among Polish scientists and representatives of international research communities based in Brussels including employees of the European Commission and the European Parliament, Monitoring of the EU research and innovation policies.
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The Gender Summit is a platform for dialogue where scientists, policymakers, gender scholars and stakeholders in science systems examine new research evidence showing when, why, and how biological differences (sex) and socio-cultural differences (gender) between females and males impact on outcomes. The aim is to reach consensus where improvements to science knowledge and science practice are needed and who should take action.  Our aim is to make gender equality in research and innovation the norm and to embed gender as a primary dimension of quality. The Gender Summit started in Europe in 2011 and has helped to influence how gender is addressed in Horizon 2020, the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020), where it is now recognized through three criteria: (A) greater gender equality by increasing the number of women in scientific roles; (B) improved integration of sex-gender analysis in research process; and (C) achieving cross-cutting benefits of gender-sensitive and responsive research and innovation.  We have held 8 Summits since 2011; bringing together over 2500 participants and 500 contributors from over 50 countries, representing expertise and leadership in policy, gender scholarship, science decision making and industry. From our beginnings in Europe, the Gender Summit mission has been taken on in new global regions: North America, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. 2016 has seen the further expansion to Latin America with the GS8 North & Latin America 2016 in April. This year we will also be holding another European edition of the event, GS9 Europe in Brussels in November.
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How can you ensure success in achieving your professional career with EU? With training and coaching from the most experienced person in Brussels. Set yourself a new, exciting and achievable EU career strategy and with Carmen, you will reach your targets.
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Founded in 1951, ISB is an independent, non-profit school offering international education for students from age 3 to 19. Today, with more than 1500 students from 70 countries, the ISB learning experience is driven by a powerful Mission of inclusion, challenge, and success for all students. It was recently described by the National Association of Independent School in the US as a
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Bioethics Institute Ghent (BIG) at Ghent University is based at the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy and is a subdivision of the Department of Philosophy and Moral Sciences. It serves as a meeting point for academics teaching and conducting research on bioethical issues at any Ghent University department. Bioethics comprises ethical issues in biomedicine, health care and biology, and the broader issues of biotechnology.The aims of BIG are to:support scholarly research in bioethics at Ghent Universityeducate and inform students, professionals, the public and public policymakers about bioethical issuesserve as an observatory of developments in bioethics at the regional, national and international levelserve as an interface between researchers, medical practitioners and ethicistsfacilitate interdisciplinary discussion about ethical and regulatory issues related to bioethicscontribute to debates on public policy in bioethics
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JCI is one of the world largest volunteering organisations, which consists of 200.000 young professionals and entrepreneurs. JCI The Heart Of Europe (THOE) is the International Chapter of JCI in Brussels.JCI is all about involvement, entrepreneurship, passion, learning and making a better world by just being better. It is about making positive change to economic, social and spiritual well being. JCI is a worldwide federation of young leaders and entrepreneurs. It
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UM Campus Brussels aims to function as a Maastricht University establishment in Brussels where individuals and groups can work, meet colleagues, exchange experiences, and organise events. To do so UM Campus Brussels provides a wide range of facilities for both internal and external parties interested in developing new opportunities in Brussels or to expand existing operations in the capital of Europe. UM Campus Brussels also hosts courses for professionals and offers unique part-time PhD programmes. Visit our website to learn more about these opportunities.
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The Brussels School of Governance (BSoG) carries out interdisciplinary research, organises fully accredited higher education programmes and delivers a broad range of academic services in various policy-relevant fields, including energy & environment, security & diplomacy, migration & diversity, and digitalisation & democracy. The School is an alliance between the Institute for European Studies (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), which has a long-standing reputation in postgraduate education & research, and Vesalius College, which has a solid undergraduate & graduate education offering.
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The International School of Protocol and Diplomacy is Europe's leading academic institution solely dedicated to studies in these fields. We combine the fields of protocol, diplomacy and cross cultural relations in order to bring students and participants a unique range of study programmes designed and developed by academics from a multi-cultural perspective.ISPD is an organisation born out of the need for an academic institution that prepares and certifies professionals in the field of international procedures and relations.We have taken all of our programmes on a step further by combining them with cross cultural communication, thus preparing our students to go global with an ability to interact with several cultures.Our students and alumni have had the opportunity to listen to, learn from and be challenged by leading experts from the fields of International relations, procedures and conventions such as the former European Union Ambassador to the Holy See, the former Chief of Royal Protocol of Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands, the former Chief of Protocol of the European Commission, the Head of Information at the International Criminal Court, the former Belgian Ambassador to China, and the Head of Protocol of the European Parliament.Last academic year, 2013-2014, was marked by an important milestone that we are very proud of: the ISPD passed the Qfor standard certification with 92% quality average in all of the 8 instruments of the quality evaluation, attributed
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The Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe has been created with the financial support of the Odysseus programme of the European Commission. It was initiated in 1999 by Philippe De Bruycker, Professor at the Institute for European Studies of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (U.L.B.). It brings together specialists on Aliens Law from the Member States of the European Union. Its mission is, on the one hand, to carry out legal research and to offer expert opinions, either on its own initiative or on request, on the other hand, to exchange and diffuse as widely as possible legal analysis in the field of Immigration and Asylum Law in Europe. The national laws of each Member State of the European Union in a comparative perspective as well as European Law are taken into consideration. The works include research reports and scientific congresses, the results of which are published, as well as training sessions and educational programmes.
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The Institute for European Studies is an autonomous department of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). It was created in 2001 through an initiative taken by the Flemish Government. It teaches advanced Master programmes, and focuses on interdisciplinary research in European Studies, more specifically on the role of the EU in an international setting. Within this scope, it provides academic services to scholars, policy makers and the general public.The Educational Development Unit of the Institute for European Studies is involved in a wide range of activities in the areas of teaching, training, e-learning and research. The unit is lead by Prof. Dr. Amelia Hadfield and is supported by the Researchers Alexandra Mihai and Alina Christova as well as the interns Jelena Vasic and Paul Brooks.
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IHECS-FC est l'École de formation continue adossée l’Institut des Hautes Études des communications Sociales – IHECS de Bruxelles. IHECS-FC propose des modules de formation continue donnés en horaires décalés (soirées et samedi matin) dans six secteurs-clés :-média training et prise de parole en public-communication européenne-communication entreprises, organisations, administrations-perfectionnements des journalistes-communication web-développement personnel
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The Faculty of Bioscience Engineering offers academic education and services that support innovative applied scientific research with living matter as the central subject. The teaching and research integrate biological, physical and chemical sciences with engineering techniques, with objective the sustainable production and processing of plant and animal raw material and the management and protection of nature and the environment.
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With more than 60 years of experience, the College of Europe through its Development Officeprovides professional services for and in cooperation with individuals, universities, public bodies, private companies and non-governmental organisations all over the world. The Development Office consists of a multinational team with solid experience in managing European and worldwide projects. In working with Europe, it relies on and complements the College of Europe’s expertise and worldwide network. In response to working with corporate and public sector clients over many years, the Development Office has developed the following key services: Training:  Executive Education tailor-made courses Projects:  service contracts academic cooperation research What we can offer customised services delivered by a competent team with the ability to meet your specific needs; high-quality results drawing on the expertise of one of the most genuinely European university institutes, which was founded in 1949; exclusive networking possibilities with EU professionals, professors, alumni and partners.
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The Higher Institute for Family Sciences is a college established in 1960 by the Belgian League of Families. Since 2008 we are a partner in the HUBrussel, which merges several Brussels-based colleges and a university and in BruCoVo, which merges all Brussels-based centers for adult education. We offer (to 900 students) a Bachelor course (EQF-level 6) in Family Sciences (3 years), a
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