15 highly motivated graduates started the training course organized by the Municipality of Gorizia (Department of Youth Policies) in cooperation with Informest, to raise awareness tools and methodologies for finding financing sources related to EU funds and for the design of projects responding to the main Community programmes directed to institutions and public administrations.

The Councillor for Youth Policies, Stefano Ceretta welcomed the 15 selected students and highlighted the importance of increasing knowledge of the procedures to have access to Community funds.

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  • European Funds, 15 students

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