The EIB Institute was set up within the EIB Group (European Investment Bank and European Investment Fund) to promote initiatives for the common good in Europe, mostly in EU Member States. This includes reducing inequalities, enhancing knowledge, innovation and competitiveness and ensuring cohesion throughout Europe. This is implemented via three strategic programmes: the Knowledge Programme, the Social Programme [...]
The Strategic Advisory Board lays down general guidelines for the strategy, objectives and operational activities of the Institute, its Committees and subcommittees.
Through its Social Programme, the EIB Institute is committed to acting as a catalyst for economic and social development, and social cohesion within the EU Member States.
The deadline for presentation for the EIB Institute’s new EIBURS sponsorship on How can larger organisations also be innovative organisations is now closed.
The EIB Institute recognises the value of the arts and culture as an integral part of both effective community engagement and corporate social responsibility.
Read the new issue of European Debates: A European Social Union: Unduly Idealistic or Inevitable? by Professor Franck Vandenbroucke.
Koiki (first prize), Design by Pana (second prize), BLITAB and Marioway (special prize for projects with a special emphasis on people with disabilities) are the winners of SIT 2015!
Sir Anthony Atkinson (Oxford and the LSE) and Benjamin Moll (Princeton University) winners of the 2015 EIB Prize will receive their award on 11 November at the EIB
Markus Hoffmann, from Germany, Aaron Bezzina, a Maltese sculptor and Fine Arts student,and Fatma Çiftçi, who lives and works in Istanbul, were selected under the ADP’s 2015.