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Call for proposals for projects with European value – Emperor-Maximilian-Prize 2021

21/01/2021

Emperor-Maximilian-Prize 2021

“Facing challenges together – for a stronger Europe”

The Emperor-Maximilian-Prize of the City of Innsbruck and the Region of the Tyrol offers the opportunity to present and honour projects and initiatives from all areas of life that actively put European cohesion into practice through their actions and work.

They are looking for pioneering projects that stand for European cooperation beyond local, regional and national borders.

The earmarked prize money of € 10,000 aims to support and honour the projects, but shall also serve as incentive for further concepts.

Applications for the prize can be submitted at www.emperormaximilianprize.at until 31 January 2021, using the application form in German, English or French. For more details on the Emperor-Maximilian-Prize and the application procedure please visit the official website: www.emperormaximilianprize.at.


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