Call for tenders for e-learning scheme on Global Education

 

[18-04-2017] The North-South Centre of the Council of Europe is launching a call for tenders for the realisation of six annual e-courses for a period of two years on the human rights, intercultural dialogue and democratic citizenship dimensions of global education.

These e-learning courses take place under the framework of the iLegend (Intercultural Learning Exchange through Global Education, Networking and Dialogue), a partnership between the European Union and the Council of Europe to include Global Development Education (GDE) in formal education in the Balkans, Baltic, South East Europe and Mediterranean and Visegrad regions.

This programme is part of the Civil Society and Local Authorities Programme of the European Union and extends for the period of  2016-2019.

The call covers the the technical realisation, the course offer and  the evaluation of six annual e-courses, on the above mentioned topics, for a period of two years.

Call for tenders

Act of engagement

- Tenders must be sent to the Council of Europe by email (tenders submitted to another e-mail account will be excluded from the procedure);
- AND - In the form of the paper hardcopy in A4 format (21x29,7 cm) by post, as specified below.

Tenders shall be submitted in a sealed envelope. The first sealed envelope shall be placed inside a second envelope addressed to the Tenders Board, showing the file reference number and object, as follows: COUNCIL OF EUROPE
For the attention of the Tenders Board 2017/AO/15
 B.P. 7 F 67075 STRASBOURG Cedex FRANCE

Tenderers are requested to indicate their names and address on the outside envelope for identification purposes.

For further information or enquiries please contact the NSC Secretariat through email


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