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C 24/6 EN Official Journal of the European Communities 25.1.

2001

CORRIGENDA

Corrigendum to the 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’, support for the development of science and technology policies in Europe

Common basis of science, technology and innovation indicators

Call identifier: IHP-CBSTII-01-1

(Official Journal of the European Communities C 13 of 16 January 2001)

(2001/C 24/05)

On page 8, point 3, last paragraph (address):


for: ‘E-mail: rtd-improving@cec.eu.int
Fax (32-2) 298 40 00’
read: ‘E-mail: rtd-indicators@cec.eu.int
Fax (32-2) 296 28 40’

On page 10, point 5, footnote:


for: ‘(1) Users of courier services that ask for the recipient’s telephone number should give the following (32-2)
298 42 06’

read: ‘(1) Users of courier services that ask for the recipient’s telephone number should give the following (32-2)
298 40 00’

Corrigendum to the call for proposals ‘European refugee fund — Community actions’

(Official Journal of the European Communities C 380 of 30 December 2000)

(2001/C 24/06)

On pages 19 and 20, point G ‘Further information and submission of proposals’:

for: ‘G. Further information and submission of proposals


Project proposals for measures described under points B1 and B2 above are invited from non-governmental
organisations, national, regional and local authorities, international organisations and other organisations
working on a strictly non-profit basis with proven experience and expertise in the fields covered.
Joint applications from two or more Member States governments are invited for measures described under
point B1.’

read: ‘G. Further information and submission of proposals


Project proposals for measures described under points B1 and B2 above are invited from non-governmental
organisations, national, regional and local authorities, international organisations and other organisations
working on a strictly non-profit basis with proven experience and expertise in the fields covered.
Joint applications from two or more Member States governments are invited for measures described under
point B3 above.’