Social Innovation Tournament

 

Read about the Social Innovation Tournament 2016 and our first Social Innovation Tournament impact bootcamp.

 

Artists’ Development Programme

 

Two weeks left to apply for Artists’ Development Programme 2017 under the mentorship of Callum Innes! Apply for one of the three calls, Geographical, the Anthropocene and Beyond Borders

 

Research funding

 

We channel support, mainly through grants or sponsorships to higher education and research activities, particularly in the field of applied economics within Europe.

 

Who we are

 

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.

 

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First certificate in law and regulation of inclusive finance

The EIB Institute is partnering with the University of Luxembourg’s Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance and ADA in hosting the first cohort of a new executive education programme, the certificate in law and regulation of inclusive finance. The two-week programme is...
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Supporting access to clean water in Rajasthan

Some 70% of households living in rural areas or urban slums in India do not have access to toilets; roughly 60% of the country’s 1.2 billion people still defecate in the open. An EIB grant of EUR 3 800 is supporting a project by PADEM, a Luxemburgish NGO, to make...
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Seminar “The new industrial revolution is underway: exploring the transition towards a circular economy”

When? Wednesday 1 February 2017, 13.00-14.00 The EIB Institute is pleased to invite you to the upcoming seminar under its Midday goes social series “The new industrial revolution is underway: exploring the transition towards a circular economy” by Jamie Butterworth,...
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“Africanistan”: the triple challenge posed by sub-saharan Africa

In 2050 Africa will be more populated than China but the young working age population will be three times larger. The problem will be particularly acute in the Sahel (Niger, Mali..), a politically unstable and economically underdeveloped region with very few...
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Workshop on the Investment plan for Europe at College d’Europe

The Department of European Economic Studies of the College of Europe is organising today in Bruges a workshop to present the Investment Plan for Europe and the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI). Guest speakers from the EIB Group and the European...
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