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Thank You for visiting ECAS new web site!
It's still under construction and some sections are being updated.
Thank You for Your patience!
The Official launch will take place on September 30, 2014.

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ECI Support Centre Application

The ECI Support Centre application is the first app that lets you:

  • Check up on different European Citizens’ Initiatives (ECIs)
  • Sign ECIs directly through your mobile
  • Receive updates on everything related to ECIs
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  • Mentoring Bulgarian and Romanian migrant
    workers in Italy, Belgium and the UK
  • Creating a network of EU Rights Advisors.
  • Providing legal information and advice
    at www.mymobilitymentor.ning.com

The European Citizen Action Service (ECAS) is an international non-profit organization, based in Brussels with a pan-European membership and 22 years of experience. It provides services to a network of about 150 civil society organizations and citizens on EU citizens’ rights enforcement and civic participation in the EU decision-making process. ECAS strategic plan for the period 2014-2017 is organized along three thematic pillars: Pillar I – “EU Resource Centre Services” Objective: Strengthen European citizenship, free movement of rights enforcement and enhance civic participation in the EU decision-making process by providing quality services to both CSOs and citizens throughout Europe. Pillar II – “Open EU Decision-Making” Objective: Contribute to developing an “engaged EU citizenship” by ensuring improved transparency of EU decision-making and more active citizens’ participation and collaboration in EU policy formulation. Pillar III – “Engaging the Unengaged” Objective: Diversify approaches to outreach and engage Central and Eastern European Member States, Citizens and Youth.

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Europe+ Press Release

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ECAS European Funding Guide for the Non-Profit Sector 2.0

QL_Funding_GuideThe European Union offers a plethora of grants to organizations working on a variety of issues. Knowing where to look for these funds and probing through the information can be tedious and time-consuming. Over the last 19 years ECAS has been issuing an Annual Guide to European Funding to its Network of Members. This provides organisations with quick and easy access to the types of funds available.

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