The EuroMarine Summer School Call is an opportunity to host a training workshop that will equip attendees with new knowledge to address ocean challenges. EMBRC is part of EuroMarine’s new governance structure along with DTU Aqua, EMBRC Portugal partner CIIMAR, and ERINN Innovation

The Summer School should address one or more of the key priorities and challenges in marine science. In particular, as part of the UN’s Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, the Sustainable Development Goal 14: Life Below Water. Specific SDG14 targets include reducing marine pollution, managing coastal ecosystems, addressing overfishing, developing sustainable approaches to managing ocean resources and developing both marine technology and research capacity.

The topics addressed in the EuroMarine Summer School should be broad, interdisciplinary and should respond to the context of one or more key policy initiatives and specific EuroMarine objectives. Content and activities should be inspirational, innovative and in-keeping with the EuroMarine ethos of focusing on emerging and neglected areas of marine research.

For more information on the call, include eligibility criteria, eligible costs and constraints linked to funding, please view the full text of the call on the EuroMarine website.

Sabrina Gaber
Communication Officer

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