Paul Finet Foundation
Fondation Paul Finet
Fundación Paul Finet
Paul Finet Stiftung
Fundação Paul Finet
Fondazione Paul Finet
Paul Finet Stichting
Stiftelse Paul Finet
Paul Finet Fond
Säätiö Paul Finet
Iapyma Paul Finet
30 June 1965, Luxembourg, by the High Authority of European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), as an establishment deemed to be in the public interest. Ceased to exist, 6 Oct 2010, following lack of funding.
Award study grants to the dependents of workers employed during their lifetime in the industries of ECSC - collieries, iron ore mines and steel works - who have died as a result of an industrial accident or occupational disease since 30 June 1965 (for British, Danish and Irish nationals, since 1 Jan 1973, for Greek nationals, since 1 Jan 1981, for Portuguese and Spanish nationals, since 1 Jan 1986, and for Austrian, Finnish and Swedish nationals, since 1 Jan 1995).Available with paid subscription only.
Applications for grants may be submitted by children - of any nationality - of workers in European Community mining or steel industries who have died as a result of industrial accident or occupational disease. Applicants must be at least 14 years of age and be successfully engaged in technical or vocational training, general secondary school studies or further education at university or another establishment.
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Members in 15 countries
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- Social Activity
- Iron, Steel
- Societal Problems
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