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LogoThe 2019 edition of the Access City Award is now receiving applications. This year also includes special culture heritage awards. The Access City Award recognises and celebrates efforts by cities to improve accessibility for all of their citizens, in order to ensure equal access to equal rights, and improve quality of life for everyone. The EU is expected to have 120 million people with disabilities by 2020, and with an aging population, it is essential that cities be accessible for all.

This year, special awards will be given as part of the European year of cultural heritage, and will reward cities for their outstanding efforts to make cultural heritage sites accessible. The Access City Award is open to all EU cities of over 50 000 inhabitants, and urban areas composed of two or more towns with a combined population of over 50,000 inhabitants, if they are in EU countries with fewer than 2 cities with over 50 000 inhabitants For the Access City Award 2019, cities with fewer than 50 000 inhabitants may participate in one category of the special cultural heritage awards. The deadline for applications is 16 September 2018. [+]

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Resolución de 12 de junio de 2018, de la Conselleria de Vivienda, Obras Públicas y Vertebración del Territorio, por la que se convoca la III edición de los Premios de la Semana Europea de la Movilidad Sostenible en la Comunitat Valenciana. Los Premios SEMcv 2018 están dirigidos a todos aquellos (instituciones, organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro, empresas u otras entidades) que, en su ámbito de actividad, hayan realizado, o estén realizando, alguna buena práctica que promueva una movilidad más sostenible en la Comunitat Valenciana. La fecha límite de recepción de las candidaturas será el 3 de agosto de 2018 (DOGV 8321, 20.6.2018)

Horizonte 2020. Pilar Liderazgo industrial. Consejo Europeo de la Innovación (EIC). Premio EIC Horizon para proyectos que usen la tecnología Blockchain para el bienestar social. Convocatoria Blockchain-EICPrize-2019. Fecha límite: 3 septiembre 2019 | W3 Portal del Participante, 16.5.2018

FotoYoung people living in the EU are invited to submit up to three photos describing what #SocialRights mean to them and get the chance to attend the European Youth Event and win two interrail tickets.

The Commission has launched the #MySocialRights contest, a photo competition for young people between the ages of 18 and 30 living in the EU and willing to express their view about their social rights and reflect on pressing social issues. The topic of the competition is "How I perceive social rights in Europe". Participants can get inspiration from the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights (by picking one or more principles) and start snapping!

The three main winners are going to have the chance to attend the European Youth Event in Strasbourg on the 1-2 June 2018 where they will have the possibility to meet young people from all over Europe. The main prize for the winners is an Interrail ticket for two people to discover Europe. The 15 best photos will be displayed at the Commission's exhibition at the European Youth Event 2018. There are also 30 small prizes and 12 medium prizes. Entries must be original and be submitted via Woobox.  The competition takes place until 1 May 2018 midnight CET and winners will be announced shortly after. [+]

Prize Innovative Batteries for eVehicles 2018

The challenge is to develop a safe and sustainable battery for electric-vehicles through the development of new materials and chemistries making use of abundant, sustainable low cost materials, which are easily available in Europe. Solutions are required to provide the same or better performance than vehicles with internal combustion engines and to be capable of recharging the electric vehicle within a time equivalent to fill a conventional gasoline/diesel fuel tank.

This prize will contribute significantly to the decarbonisation of Europe for the benefit of the EU's economy and its citizens. Expected results. A prototype battery with fast repowering and long-distance range, high recyclability, and long life cycle.

Eligibility and award criteri: The contest is open to any legal entity (including natural persons) or group of legal entities established in an EU Member State or in a country associated to Horizon 2020. The prize will be awarded, after closure of the contest, to the contestant(s) who in the opinion of the jury demonstrates a solution that best meets the following cumulative criteria for a prototype battery (demonstrated and tested in adequate environment). Τimetable:  23 February 2018 – contest opens, 23 February 2019 – deadline for registration of interest. 17 December 2020 – deadline to submit applications. [+]

https://ec.europa.eu/research/eic/index.cfm?pg=prizes_batteries

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