Health Care Follow-up Visit April 2017

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The context of the visit The visit is part of a larger endeavour focusing on the future challenges for health care in Belgium and India. Though both countries differ in many ways, the challenges they face in providing universal health care have many issues in common. In India, accessibility is an issue. This is due […]...

When:2 April, 2017 - 9 April, 2017
Focus Domain:Health care

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Internships of teacher trainees

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Since 2012 the IP has facilitated internships for students of two Teacher Training Colleges (TTC) in Ghent (Arteveldehogeschool & Hogeschool Gent) in schools in Karnataka. The local partners involved are: – Sikshana Foundation: a local NGO working in government schools (www.sikshana.org). Initially the students worked in local government schools in Kanakapura and in Hubli, teaching English […]...

When:1 February, 2012 - 1 May, 2017
Focus Domain:School education

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Announcement by a third party: International investment vehicles – SFPI-FPIM for India

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The Belgian Federal Holding and Investment Company (SFPI-FPIM) – manages the Belgian Federal Government’s shareholdings – cooperates with the Belgian Government on specific projects – delegated assignments – pursues its own investment policy in the interests of the Belgian company. An important cluster of its investment policy is dedicated to set up international investment funds […]...

When:1 January, 2015 - 31 December, 2017

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Announcement by a third party: Flemish-Indian cooperation in 2016-2018

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Only a few days after completing the largest Flemish trade mission to date to Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru in India, Flanders and India met again, this time in Brussels. On 2 May 2016 Indian ambassador Manjeev Singh Puri signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the field of biotechnology with minister Muyters, as well […]...

When:5 May, 2016 - 5 May, 2018

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Series of symposia: SAMVADA LAHARI (Waves of Discussion)

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Samvada Lahari (Waves of discussion) is a series of symposia, which makes an attempt to relate the bond between Indians and their puranas. Samvada Lahari I  —  1-3 January 2011 Samvada Lahari II — 12-14 January 2012 Samvada Lahari III —  11-12 January 2014 Theme: Nyaya: East-West (Thinking about alternatives) Samvada Lahari IV —  20-21 December 2014 Theme: Learning and Culture (Cultural […]...

When:1 January, 2011 - 1 January, 2020
Focus Domain:Arts; traditions and heritage, Social sciences and humanities
Location:Sirsi, India

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Announcement by an IP Stakeholder: Events by the Groningen Indian Students Association (GISA)

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The Groningen Indian Students Association (GISA) regularly organises events for (Indian, Dutch and international) students and for the Indian community in Groningen. For more information on GISA, see http://www.gisa-rug.nl/index.html. One of the events was de Diwali celebration, on 22 November 2015....

When:1 January, 2014 - 1 January, 2020
Location:Groningen, Netherlands

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Cooperation Agreement (CA) with The English and Foreign Languages University – Hyderabad

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Start: 19/05/2015 – Duration: 5 years – End: 18/05/2020 — Arts and Humanities...

When:19 May, 2015 - 18 May, 2020
Focus Domain:Not in an IP focus domain

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Monday Close Reading Sessions at the Department for the Study of Religions

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These sessions are organised for the faculty and PhD students of the department, with a focus on issues related to India-Europe relations. Over the last year, some of the topics debated in these sessions were: the caste-system, native religions or traditions of India and European colonialism of India....

When:1 January, 2015 - 31 December, 2020

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Announcement by an IP Stakeholder: “On-going lecture series about indian culture and relations between Europe and India” at the University of Pardubice

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1) Sufiya Pathan and Martin Fárek: “European Stereotypes about India“. Introductory lecture of the series, focussing on the question of rape in India. 2) Martin Fárek and Tess Joss: “Did India benefit from colonialism?“. A two-part lecture on the effects of colonialism on India and how colonial consciousness affects Indians today. 3) Rahul Sharma and […]...

When:1 January, 2015 - 31 December, 2020
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities
Location:Pardubice, India

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Cooperation Agreement with University of Pardubice

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Erasmus+ Agreement — Start: 12/3/2014 – duration: 7 years – End: 11/3/2021 — Faculty of Arts and Philosophy....

When:12 March, 2014 - 11 March, 2021
Focus Domain:Social sciences and humanities
Location:Pardubice, Czech Republic

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