The Interreg MED Programme is pleased to inform that the first call for modular projects of the programming period 2014-2020 is now open to programme priority axes 1, 2 and 3 and to the following types of projects:Studying (M1), Testing (M2), Capitalising (M3), Studying and testing (M1+2) and Testing and capitalising (M2+3).

For a detailed description of contents of programme specific objectives and types of projects, including information on possible actions, beneficiaries and target groups, please refer to section 2 of the Interreg MED Cooperation Programme adopted by the European Commission on June 2nd, 2015 and to the relevant Terms of Reference. Under this call a project proposal must focus on only one programme specific objective.

 

Transnational cooperation beyond national borders improves regional innovation, supports the uptake of renewable energy, inspires the greening of transport and helps preserve natural and cultural heritage in central Europe. These and other interesting insights can be found in six thematic studies, which were commissioned by the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme at the end of the programming period 2007-2013. The EU cohesion policy programme financed 124 cooperation projects in nine central European countries.

The six studies are recommended to regional policy makers as well as potential project developers. They are available here.

 

The First call for modular projects proposals will be opened from 1st September 2015 to 2nd November 2015. Project partners will be able to submit their application online on the Synergie website. After the assessment and approval phase, projects are expected to start in September 2016. From 23rd June to 1st September, a preparation period is opened to allow project partners to prepare their application before submitting it.

At disposal here TOR and programme manual

 

The Luxembourg presidency of the Council of the European Union will organise an event to celebrate the 25 years of Interreg with the support of the European Commission andINTERACT.

The event will take place at Campus Belval in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. In 2015, Interreg celebrates its 25th anniversary. A quarter of a century playing an active role in regional development and European cohesion, improving the life of people and supporting local economies.

 

Belgrade Investment Days is a new Annual investment programme of Serbia and South East Europe. The inaugural conference will be held in Belgrade 21- 22 September 2015. City of Belgrade, Belgrade Chamber of Commerce and Central European Development Forum – CEDEF  are the organisers of this innovative Annual Investment Programme which connects East and West, bringing together the business and financial community.

Belgrade Investment Days is a unique platform that links international investors and attractive projects in Serbia and Southeast Europe. The Inaugural Conference will be held on 21-22. September 2015 in Belgrade and it will bring together over 300 representatives of the investment community from Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia, Russia, China and Turkey.

 

13th Edition of Wuropean week for region and cities will be held on 12-15 October 2015 in Bruxelles.

With the headline of 'Europe's regions and cities: partners for investment and growth' 2015 will be structured around three thematic priorities:

  1. 'Modernising Europe': The regions in the energy Union and the single digital market
  2. 'Regions open for business': SME development, innovation and job creation
  3. 'Places and spaces': Urban and rural development; urban-rural integration

Under the three sub-themes, participants are invited to address challenges and solutions related to management and implementation issues as well as the cross-border, inter-regional or transnational dimension.  

 

Cities and towns across European and further afield can now register to be a part of this initiative promoting sustainable urban mobility. Upon registering, cities or towns will be asked which of the following options they will be undertaking:

  • Organising a week of activities under this year's multimodality theme: Choose. Change. Combine.
  • Implementing at least one permanent measure that contributes to modal transfer.
  • Organising a car-free day on 22 September.

Those cities or towns that are carrying out all three of these measures will be eligible to apply for the EMW award.

 

Informest 2020 - al servizio del territorio

Primo Bilancio della Presidenza Bertossi

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Il Presidente di Informest Bertossi, la Presidente della Regione FVG Serracchiani e l’Assessore Peroni alla firma della convenzione, Trieste 22 ottobre 2014.

[ Il Presidente di Informest Bertossi, la Presidente della Regione FVG Serracchiani e l’Assessore Peroni alla firma della convenzione,
Trieste 22 ottobre 2014.
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