Writing to Grab Attention, a handbook for EU-funded projects

Writing to Grab Attention, a handbook for EU-funded projects

29 July 2016
This practical handbook is an updated edition (2016) of the publication first produced by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre in 2012. One of the biggest challenges that EU-funded projects face in their communications is writing in a way that will grab the attention of their readers, be they…
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Press releases that… grab attention! Step-by-step guide

29 July 2016
This step-by-step guide is an updated edition (2016) of the handbook first produced by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre in 2013. This practical handbook will lead you through all the elements necessary to produce a good press release, and includes checklists, tips and examples of good and bad press…
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A Photographer's Handbook: How to take pictures of an EU funded project

01 June 2016
Photographs are a very effective means through which projects can visualise their activities. One single picture can truly say more than ‘one’ thousand or ‘ten’ thousand words. Especially in this fast-moving period, when people are busy and are bombarded with information, pictures are a means…
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Communication and Visibility Manual for European Union External Actions

01 June 2016
This manual has been designed to permit, to develop a communication and ensure that actions that are wholly or partially funded by the European Union (EU) incorporate information and communication activities designed to raise the awareness of speci c or general audiences of the reasons for the…
Minority Rights Advocacy in the EU: A Guide for NGOs in Eastern Partnership countries

Minority Rights Advocacy in the EU: A Guide for NGOs in Eastern Partnership countries

18 April 2016
Over recent years, the European Union (EU) has become the most influential player in the Eastern Partnership countries (EaP). It is both a prominent development actor and a relevant political force in the region. For EaP countries’ minorities this is a particularly hopeful process; with some EaP…