Greater Birmingham West Midlands Brussels Office

In October 2012, Birmingham City Council took over the Greater Birmingham and West Midlands Brussels office. The office’s functions comprise:

  • profile raising, influence and raising awareness to promote Birmingham interests
  • gathering early intelligence on transnational European funding opportunities
  • being a dissemination partner in European projects
  • sustaining and enhancing relationships with key European stakeholders such as the European Commission, European Parliament and other Brussels-based institutions and organisations
  • renting space, meeting rooms & organising events
  • the GBWMBO currently provides services to a number of local partners and has partnerships, formalised through service level agreements with universities, private sector companies and research organisations.


Avenue d’Auderghem 22-28, Brussels


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Micro-aggressions, Philosophy and Academia Conference 2019 - Call for Papers

Call for Papers is now OPEN!!!

Submission deadline: 31st May 12

Thursday, July 04, 2019

2021 – 2027: What the future holds for Education and Research

Open to ALL including non-UnILiON stakeholders

UnILiON is an informal network of over 40

Tuesday, April 09, 2019

The Economic Implications of Brexit on European Regions

City-REDI Birmingham Business School, supported by ESRC and The UK in a Changing EU, are hosting

Friday, February 22, 2019


The University of Birmingham is organising on the 25th January 2019

Friday, January 25, 2019

The Greater Birmingham & West Midlands Brussels Office is looking for a Communications and Administration Officer (Deadline: 15th September)

The Greater Birmingham & West Midlands Brussels Office (GBWMBO) is one of

Friday, August 24 , 2018

Green Week - Innovations in Urban Agriculture

Recent innovations in vertical farming and methods such as hydroponics and recycling of water

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Healthcare seeking and provision in Europe’s superdiverse neighbourhoods

The University of Birmingham is delighted to invite you to a round-table discussion lead by

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Round table discussion: Social consequences of population displacement in Ukraine

The University of Birmingham organises a round-table discussion, with the purpose to share the

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Making Spaces: Supporting Innovation through Collaborative Maker Spaces

Supporting European Regional Innovation through Collaborative Maker Spaces.


Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Making Urban Transitions Happen: Lessons from Eight Cities

Climate-KIC’s Transition Cities project works with eight major cities from across Europe to

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

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