Find your EU Project Partner: CERV Calls

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Find your EU Project Partner: CERV Calls

This event is fully booked.

Join our free online event for networking and discussing project ideas with potential partners from Ireland and other EU countries. 

This interactive event is your chance to share your work and project idea with other interested organisations. Come prepared to exchange and engage in conversation in discussion-based breakout rooms. 

This event will provide: 

  • An overview of the EU’s Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV) funding opportunities 
  • The opportunity to network and connect with potential partners from Ireland and other EU countries 
  • A chance to introduce your own project idea 
  • Time and space to meet and collaborate in an international context. 

Attendance is free, but registration is required. 

There are 40 slots available so book now to avoid disappointment. Registrations will close when all slots are booked. 

This event is brought to you by Access Europe, The Wheel’s EU funding support service funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs. 

How to register

This event is fully booked.

Meet Your Hosts:

Emma

Emma Murtagh is The Wheel's European Programmes Manager. A key part of her role is overseeing the delivery of Access Europe, a support and capacity building programme for the sector around accessing and managing EU funding. Emma is an experienced EU project manager. Prior to joining The Wheel she managed two EU funded projects and assisted on three others for the language services company, Translex.

Christina Nuhr

Christina Nuhr is European Programme Officer at The Wheel. A key part of her role is implementing Access Europe, a support and capacity building programme on accessing and managing EU funding. Here, she creates opportunities for Irish civil society organisations to engage in European projects and to facilitate partnership building between the Irish civil sector and other EU countries. Prior to joining The Wheel she worked for MitOst e.V., an international NGO based in Berlin, fostering European cohesion by strengthening civil society organisations across Europe.

Speakers to be announced shortly...

Supported By: 

Access Europe
DFA
Who should attend

Organisations interested and working in development, funding, and research.