Wednesday, June 15, 2011

granted in the name of who?

well YES INDEED, it's a grants not by Fulbright, but with the name of Javier Solana! ...and AoC comes right around the corner.


following the yellow brick road...with pictures from Indiana Jones III
(which btw was filmed in Spain while JS was Minister for Culture back then),
as I showed before: the symbol is for their "Holy Grail", with the blue wine.

"The grants are supported by the Alliance of Civilizations of the United Nations and the European Commission through the Europe for Citizens European Programme."

"THE EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF YUSTE FOUNDATION
ANNOUNCES
ITS EUROPEAN RESEARCH AND MOBILITY GRANTS FOR EUROPEAN
STUDIES
„CHARLES V EUROPEAN AWARD - JAVIER SOLANA MADARIAGA
&
VI DOCTORAL SEMINAR
IN CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
2011 Session
“European Union Foreign Relations and Foreign Policy, and
Cooperation in the Mediterranean
To address the studies must take into account the historical factor, the political and institutional cooperation policy and humanitarian aid, the neighborhood policy and relations with the Mediterranean region and the role of organized civil society and the media. [View courses in History and International Relations ]

The applicant must pay special attention to issues related to intercultural dialogue and cooperation between the EU and the Mediterranean region from a multidisciplinary perspective . The work will promote reflection on the future of the EU's external relations and cooperation with the Mediterranean.

Terms of the scholarship

The scholarships are for students in doctoral European and Mediterranean members of the Alliance of Civilizations, United Nations that are working on a topic related to the proposed research topic and have not received a European grant of this nature before. The organization invites researchers in a special way home Extremadura (for those who reserve a scholarship) and those belonging to one of the countries of the Mediterranean region that are not part of the EU (other scholarships are reserved for them)."
...from here (p.2): "In addition to this, one of the
aims of the last “troika” (Belgium, Spain and Hungary) was to improve
its role and image, in view of the delicate international context, and to
strengthen the role of the European Union at world level, by promoting
its common values, peace and freedom, and at the same time highlight
the need for a “strong Europe which knows how to be a leader” and is able to speak with one voice on the international stage."

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