If you're interested in getting involved with European-funded projects, both at home and abroad, you can get hold of bulletins of information detailing 'calls for proposals' delivered to your inbox on a monthly basis.
EUPRAXIS publishes a list of projects which have funding allocated for them from the Official Journal of the European Communities on their website. You can submit a proposal online, or look for a partner to work on the project with. You can also get hold of information on grant opportunities through the site.
Among the projects looking for proposals this month:
European refugee fund - community actions. Reference: (2001/C 128/12).
Media Plus (2001 to 2005): Implementation of the programme to encourage the development, distribution and promotion of European audiovisual works. Reference: (2001/C 110/07)
Call for proposals for Asia - Invest - Business priming fund - Language and business culture familiarization issued by the European Commission. Reference: (2001/C 109/09)
Call for proposals for indirect RTD actions under the specific programme for research, technological development and demonstration on improving the human research potential and the socioeconomic knowledge base Raising public awareness of science and technology. Reference: (2001/C 107/14).
Call for courses for the COMENIUS and GRUNDTVIG catalogue (SOCRATES programme). Reference: (2001/C 103/07)
Like most of the output from the EU, the projects and the rest of the site content is extremely wordy, but the EU Praxis site could be a useful point of call for those more familiar with the workings of the Union.