MINELRES: ADUM newsletter December 07

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Wed Dec 26 10:21:48 2007

Original sender: Sergi Vilaro Valero <svilarov@uoc.edu>

Dear Sir/Madam,

Please find enclosed the ADUM newsletter corresponding to December 2007.
We would like to call your attention on its contents and look forward to
receiving your feedback.

We wish you all a happy new year,

Sergi Vilaro 
ADUM Project Research Coordination 
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya


ADUM Newsletter-December 2007

Dear friends,

We contact you again to let you know about recent developments in EU
funding possibilities, in the hope the ADUM project can become a
reference resource for those organisations and institutions willing to
undertake actions or projects where regional and minority languages are
involved (see news below).
Further to this aim, we kindly ask you to help us improve the ADUM
website by answering the following two questions:

(a) Can you give us up-to-date examples of good funded projects in the
last 2 years, with relevance for RMLs? If so, could you please furnish
us with the name and contact details of the person responsible for the
project, so we can contact them?

(b) Can you inform us about the practical usefulness of the ADUM site in
designing a proposal (downloaded documents, webpages visited, etc.)? Or
do you happen to know of any person/institution having used the ADUM
environment while designing their proposal? If so, could you please
furnish us with the name and contact details of the person responsible
for the proposal, so we can contact them?

Please send us your replies to: svilarov@uoc.edu 
News on recent call for proposals:

- Lifelong Learning Programme-Call for Proposals 2008: Multilateral
Projects, Networks, Accompanying Measures and Studies under the
Sub-Programmes, Transversal Programme (Key Activities) and Jean Monnet.
The new Life Long Learning Programme supports learning opportunities
from childhood to old age in every single life situation. It has a
budget of 7000 millions for the period 2007-2013, and is the successor
to the Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci and eLearning programmes. Grants and
subsidies will be awarded to projects and activities that foster
interchange, promote bilateral and multilateral partnerships, foster
trans-national mobility of individuals and promote quality in education
and training systems throughout Europe. For further information:

- The European Commission has published a number calls for proposals
under all four specific programmes of the Seventh Framework Programme
(FP7) namely Cooperation, Ideas, People and Capacities. To see the full
details of the calls, please consult the following web address: 
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/calls/. If you wish to consult all the open
calls, please visit the following web address: