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E-Platform for Neighbourhood

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The E-Platform for Neighbourhood is a pilot project providing a free of charge e-learning platform aimed at deepening the knowledge of the EU in ENP countries. The project is funded by the European Union and implemented by College of Europe Natolin Campus. The e-learning platform was launched on 1 March 2016.

The project is addressed to ENP countries’ civil servants, local authorities, students, members of the academia, think tanks, journalists and civil society.

The E-Platform consists of:

e-platform elp

E-Learning Platform

The distance learning component of 10 knowledge based modules and 5 professional skills modules.

e-platform ids

Information Database System

An Information Database System (IDS) which collects systematised public information and documentation on best practices.

e-platform expert forum

Expert Forum

An online Expert Forum to enable participants’ discussions among themselves, as well as with practitioners and scholars working on, or interested in the European Union-related matters for exchange of professional knowledge and experience.


Knowledge based courses:

  • Anti-Corruption
  • Civil Society Empowerment
  • Cross-border co-operation
  • Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area Agreements (DCFTA)
  • EU and development cooperation, including sources of funding
  • Human rights protection
  • Integrated Border Management and Migration Policies
  • Lobbying and legislative procedures
  • Policy Coordination and Decision-Making for EU Affairs
  • Protection of financial interests of the Union, including financial control and audit; anti-fraud

Skills courses:

  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Effective application for EU funding
  • Fund-raising skills
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Policy dialogue