A €60,000 Grant is Being Offered to Student Organizations in Malta & Gozo

Posted On August 6, 2020

Calling all student organizations in Malta and Gozo! Here’s an opportunity that you surely don’t want to miss out on. The European Parliament has issued a grant of up to €60,000 and all you need to do is read the proposal and fill out the form in this link: https://bit.ly/33p5uww

This call just launched in Brussels and it offers the possibility for youth organizations to apply for funding to strengthen their organizations by organizing events, informing their students with the right means as well as improving the inner-workings of the organization itself. The EU is all about opportunities and we have to spread such information in Malta by fostering more information and engagement. Maltese youth organizations can be partners with the European Parliament.

As a candidate during the last MEP elections, Peter Agius has always ensured to spread the word on EU opportunities as a kind of an extension of his political parcours and has been promoting this grant to Maltese youths on his social media platforms.

I have worked in EU institutions in Brussels for a while now and have seen how the Union’s benefits are not necessarily automatic, but need active citizens and engaged leaders to put them to practice. I think that Maltese youth can take a leadership role in insisting that EU rights are better known and better applied on the ground in Malta, from the recognition of diplomas to environmental standards to the freedom of the media. Some of the youth I meet are dying to change the world for the better, you may be one of them, in that case follow the links, it may lead you places unknown!

Peter Agius, Former Head of European Parliament Office & MEP Candidate

Student organizations, hurry up and apply for this incredible grant! Spread the word to anyone who is involved in such organizations all over Malta!

Written by Corrine Zahra

0 Comments

Related Posts

MAKE’s New Executive Board for 2021/22

MAKE’s New Executive Board for 2021/22

Following the Malta Association for Knowledge and Education (MAKE) AGM, held on the 5th of May, the new executive team is as follows: President: Benjamin Le BrunVice President: Faye Micallef-GrimaudSecretary General: Kathyrn BiancoEducation Officer & Financial...

Meet ASCS’ New Exec for 2021/2022

Meet ASCS’ New Exec for 2021/2022

Following their AGM on 29th April and the subsequent election of their Academics Officer yesterday, the following were elected to their executive board: President: Mikela ChetcutiVice-President: Beppe LauriSecretary General: Jake BorgFinancial...