ITC Conference Grants* are aimed at supporting ECI and PhD students from Participating ITC countries to attend international science and technology related conferences, event or activity on the topic of the Action. Conference Grant is a fixed financial contribution which takes into consideration the budget request of the applicant and the outcome of the evaluation of the application by the delegated person(s). Conference Grants do not necessarily cover all the expenses related to participating in a given conference. A Conference Grant is a contribution to the overall travel, accommodation and meal expenses.

ITC Conference Grant Guidelines

Prof. Natasa Janev. Safety in agriculture and Sacurima ITC activities. 4th Balkan SCOPH Weekend – Rural Health, 5th – 7th October 2018, Skopje, Northern Macedonia.

Past ITC Conference presentations:

Erika Besuspariene, Aleksandras Stulgiskis university, Lithuania.Integration models for young workers into the agricultural workforce. 2018-02-22 2018-02-23 Coping with risks in agriculture: what challenges and prospects? Paris, France
Dr Diana Lupulovic, Scientific Veterinary Institute “Novi Sad”, Serbia: Hepatitis E in Vojvodina Province, Serbia – an epidemiological overview and associated risk factors for humans and animals. 2018-08-27




11. International Congress for Veterinary Virology and 12. Annual Meeting of EPIZONE, Vienna, Austria
Madalina Coman, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania. Farm safety education: a chance to improve safety and health literacy among agricultural workers. 2019-03-13 2019-03-16 4th European Health Literacy Conference, Dublin  Ireland
Prof Joze Staric, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.SAFETY CULTURE ON A LIVESTOCK FARM AND PREVENTION OF ZOONOSES. 2019-05-22 2019-05-25 The XIХth Middle-European Buiatrics Congress, Lyly  Ukraine
Dr Laura Girdziute, Aleksandras Stulgiskis university, Lithuania,

-International collaboration to improve safety culture and risk management among vulnerable populations in agriculture.

– Personal protective equipment (PPE) use among farmers in Nebraska, Latvia, Lithuania, and Slovenia”

2019-08-06 2019-08-09 Western Agricultural Safety and Health Conference, Seattle, USA
Milena Samojlović, Scientific veterinary institute “Novi Sad”, Serbia. INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION ON ZOONOSES RISK MANAGEMENT ON THE FARM 2019-08-25 2019-08-28 13th Annual Meeting EPIZONE, Berlin, Germany
*The following countries are considered ITC: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Serbia and Turkey.
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