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Baden-Württemberg Stiftung gGmbH
Kriegsbergstraße 42
70174 Stuttgart

Fon +49.711.248 476-0
Fax +49.711.248 476-50
E-Mail: info(a)

Management: Christoph Dahl (Geschäftsführer), Rudi Beer, Dr. Andreas Weber, Birgit Pfitzenmaier (Prokuristen)
Shareholder: Land Baden-Württemberg
Commercial Register: Amtsgericht Stuttgart HRB 10775


The Walter-Hallstein-Programme as part of the Baden-Württemberg-STIPENDIUM supports individuals, cities, municipalities and further actors from the public service (amongst others counties, associations and for profit-organisations) from Baden-Württemberg to nurture joint-projects with public services from Europe.  The aim of these projects is to enhance the exchange of good practices on specific topics that are relevant for the future. The programme targets at establishing a network among public services across Europe. By doing so, the programme aims at strengthening the European idea and European-wide cooperation. 

Here, you can find a list of possible topics that could be worked on as part of the programme:

·         Sustainable mobility
·         E-Government
·         Services for citizens
·         Impacts of demographic change for communal development
·         Local supply in rural areas 


The following institutions and persons are eligable  to submit proposals:

·         Individuals from Europe

Individual scholarships can be allocated for a time period between 2 – 11 months. Young civil servants can obtain financial support for project-based work in public services in Baden-Württemberg (amongst others for travel and living costs).

·         Public services from Baden-Württemberg

Counties, cities and other bodies of the state’s public service can obtain project funding for joint-projects with counterparts from European countries (e.g. for workshops or intecultural trainings). Projects with the aim of exchanging good-practices among public services can be funded for a period between 1 and 2 years. It is possible to bring together various smaller project parts under the umbrella of the overall project.


If you are interested to work together with a partner organization of the public service from Baden-Württemberg on topics that are relevant for the future, the Walter-Hallstein-Programme may be the right place to start for you and your institution. Applications can be handed in until the 28th of April 2018 per Email.

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