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46/G/ENT/CIP/12/F/S01C24 - Economic impact of social enterprises

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Határidő:
07/09/2012
Hivatkozás::
46/G/ENT/CIP/12/F/S01C24

The objective of the activities to be funded by this call for proposals is to contribute to the availability of reliable statistics on social enterprises at national and European levels and to identify countries interested in collecting this information.

The aim is to provide policy-makers and relevant stakeholders for credible, comparable and systematic information and indicators on the role of the social enterprises in national economies and to offer usable and practical information to stakeholders for their decision making.

Therefore the Commission wishes to encourage national statistical offices in the Participating Countries under the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) to collect this information.

Questions on this call for proposals can be submitted in writing by sending an e-mail to : entr-cfp-1246-social-entr@ec.europa.eu

Please find the Call text and other relevant documentation below.

Please note that electronic submissions of project proposals using the EPSS system are mandatory this year. 

Please follow this link to upload and submit your proposal.

Part B documents prepared on the basis of the templates provided on this webpage before the activation of the Electronic Proposals Submission System may also be uploaded by following this link.

Please read the Guide for Applicants (see below) very carefully before starting the electronic submission. You will also find the EPSS Guide for Submission on the EPSS website.

Please note that the deadline for electronic submission is 7th of September 2012, 17.00.00 hours (Brussels time).

As additional information (including the updated list of the call's questions & answers) shall be posted on this webpage during the publication stage, we encourage you to visit this page regularly.

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