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Koordinasyon Birimi

2015-07-21 Netherlands: Seeking to Correct Contemporary Accepted Interpretations of Ancient Near East Civilizations

Seeking to Correct Contemporary Accepted Interpretations of Ancient Near East Civilizations

Description of the project offered: 
Hamíit Qliji Bérai shows the world of the ancient Near East in a completely different way than some know it to be now. 
As a result of my two decades survey, in (1) Babel (Babylon) is Bible: Bible Discovered 2nd Edition, and (2) Kurdsán Cultural Stratigraphy and Maternal Fertility Worship, which are available for review. I have documented about 850 pages of scientific excellence evidence of concrete facts that the ancient Near East institutes, museums, and the contemporary program Middle Eastern Studies "Arabic, Persian and Turkish Languages and Cultures", consciously or unconsciously, provide still the world public ‎and the scientific circuits with wrong information about early human civilizations, ethnography ‎and the Bible.
Please take in consideration that the ancient artifacts and texts records have been destroyed or falsified are the oldest and the most significant world cultural heritage informational resources, and those are in particular cultural heritage and historical records of the Kurdish people (the Kurds, the Armenians and the Jews in situ).
Project proposer:   
Hamiit Qliji Berai (Netherlands)
Partner role:  Project coordinator 
Partner organisation:  Consultancy
Call for proposal title:  N/A 

Description of the collaboration sought: 
(1) Host institution
(2) Multidisciplinary research and cooperation of scholars on ancient Near East civilization

In order to obtaining funding under The Horizon 2020 - the EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation, I would like to ask for help with institutional hosting to submit the proposal and to help locate researchers who might be interested in joining the project.
ERC grants are awarded to the host institution with the explicit commitment that this institution offers appropriate conditions for the Principal Investigator (PI) to direct the research and manage its funding for the duration of the project independently.
Any type of legal entity, including universities, research centres and undertakings, can host the PI and his/her team. The host institution must be legally established in one of the
EU Member States or one of the countries associated to Horizon 2020. The PI does not need to be working at the host institution at the time when the proposal is submitted. 
Expertise sought: Scientific research, Coordination. Cooperation, Innovation. Technology transfer, 
Roles sought: Project coordinator, Project participant, 
Organisation types sought: 
Countries sought: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Israel, Norway, Switzerland, United States,