The National Unions of Students in Europe is the umbrella organisation of 50 national unions of students from 37 countries.The aim of ESIB is to represent and promote the educational, social, economic and cultural interests of students at a European level towards all relevant bodies and in particular the European Union, Council of Europe and UNESCO.
The website provides you with a single entry point to retrieve accurate up-to-date research based information in a user friendly manner on the realities of youth across Europe. It was developed within the framework of the Partnership Programme between the Council of Europe and European Commission. The EKCYP is a tool for the implementation of the White Paper on Youth and in particular the European Commission common objectives on a Better Understanding of Youth and the Council of Europe monitoring of youth policy . The concept for the tool is to promote evidence based policy making and practice and provide a central place for the exchange of information and dialogue across the youth field.
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The Marie Curie Fellowship Association is the Association of scientists who have once been awarded a Marie Curie fellowship or other European Community research training grant selected through a selection procedure. A Marie Curie fellowship is a grant within a harmonized scheme under one of the European RTD framework programmes to stimulate the training and mobility of researchers in the European Community.
EURODOC is the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and young researchers. It takes the form of a federation of national associations of Ph.D. candidates and young researchers.
EURODOC's objectives are:
- To represent doctoral candidates and junior researchers at the European level in matters of education, research, and professional development of their careers.
- To advance the quality of doctoral programmes and the standards of research activity in Europe.
- To promote the circulation of information on issues regarding young researchers; organize events, take part in debates and assist in the elaboration of policies about Higher Education and Research in Europe.
- To establish and promote co-operation between national associations representing doctoral candidates and junior researchers within Europe.
EYE is a dynamic and rapidly growing organisation with enthusiastic members, presently consisting of 15 associations in 10 countries and representing more than 150.000 young engineers in Europe. EYE offers its member organisations and their active students and young engineers the access to a Europe-wide network by linking the national engineering associations.
EYE offers bi-annual conferences, each one bringing together between 80 and 300 participants from all over Europe.