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Applications for the 2017 edition of the Artists’ Development Programme are now closed.


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Action plan to restore Colbert bridge in France

                        The European Investment Bank Institute and Europa Nostra, the leading heritage organisation in Europe, have published a technical and financial report on the rehabilitation of the...
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New EIB funded research available

New EIB funded research is available and has been added to our research map. It features five new outputs for the EIBURS 2013-2016 by University Politécnica de Madrid on “Smart city development: applying European and international experience to the Mediterranean...
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Circular economy is “a huge opportunity for Europe”

The circular economy is "a huge opportunity for Europe" said Jamie Butterworth, from Circularity Capital, at a Midday Goes Social seminar.
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Inequality and… ? Lecture on “Inequality and child development”

When? Thursday 23 February 2017, 13.00-14.00 The EIB Institute is partnering with the University of Luxembourg, and others in organising a series of lectures under the general theme of “Inequality and …?” Follow the link for more information. The next lecture on the...
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Seminar “Current routes, institutional responses and human smuggling across the Mediterranean Sea”

When? Thursday 16 February 2017, 13.00-14.00 The EIB Institute is pleased to invite you to the upcoming seminar under its Midday goes social series “Current Routes, Institutional Responses and Human Smuggling across the Mediterranean Sea" by Professor Luigi Achilli,...
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