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Call for Applications: EU-China NGO Twinning Exchange

The EU-China NGO Twinning program is an exchange program for the staff of European and Chinese NGOs. It aims at establishing sustainable partnerships and cooperation between non-governmental or non-profit organizations and think tanks from both regions.

It is a program of the Stiftung Asienhaus run in cooperation with CAN Europe/CANGO/CCAN supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung and Stiftung Mercator.

It gives European and Chinese NGO staff the opportunity to work and study in a Chinese or European organization for 4 to 8 weeks.

The EU-China NGO Twinning Exchange is starting it’s 5th round. The call for applications 2017 is out. You can find more information here: http://www.eu-china-twinning.org/2016/12/call-for-applications-2017/

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