In the framework of the project "TAMSALL – Towards A new Multilevel Shared Approach for Libya Local Governance", aimed to contribute to the development of qualitative local public services in Libya and funded by the European Commission, the Lead Partner of the project "ART-ER S. cons. p.a." opened a public selection thorugh comparative procedure, for two experts: a highly experienced professional for the coordination of Components 1 and 2 of the project and a Lybya-based senior advisor on local development and institutional building.

More information are available here: coordination of components 1 and 2 and senior advisor on local development.

Deadline for application: Tuesday, 22nd June, h. 13.

 

The deadline of DIVA open call has been postponed to May 30th, at 12am

Last version of the FAQs is available herePlease read the FAQs carefully for doubts on Eligibility, Application Form, Reimbursement, Annexes, Letters of support, Financialcapacity, De minimis.

Informest team and HUBs will be at disposal for further clarification and help on proposal content and on filling and uploading annexes.

Please note that questions on eligibility of applicants  will be accepted till Friday 21st of May, because than the assistance will be devoted to the application procedure.

All applicants are invited to upload the annexes as soon as possible and to not wait until the last minute for finalising the submission procedure. Technical assistance will be guaranteed till Friday 28th May at 2 p.m.

 

In the framework of the project TAMSALL – Towards A new Multilevel Shared Approach for Libya Local Governance, funded by the European Commission, ART-ER S. cons. p.a. is looking for a professional profile with good managing capacities, inclination to problem solving and project autonomy, with specific expertise on the multilevel governance approach and its application to the planning and management of public services.
Deadline for submission of applications: 14th May 2021, h 24 CET

More details available here.

 
 

The main goal of DIVA strategic project, financed by the cross-border cooperation Programme VA Italy-Slovenia 2014-20, is to improve and promote methodologies that can ease and encourage collaborations between SMEs and cultural and creative industries (CCIs).

ATTENTION NEW DEADLINE 30th May 2021

6th May update! Annex 10a can be filled instead of Annex 10.

FAQs DIVA PROJECT - Call for proposals for the selection of pilot actions v1.5_14_May_2021

Questions and requests of clarifications to be inserted in the FAQs must be sent by 7th May 2021

Attention! Annex update 10. Financial capacity sheet NEW_28_04_2021

 

AIM OF THE CALL: promoting the cross fertilization between CCIs and traditional SMEs leading to the realization of new products and servicesthrough pilot projects.

PROJECT PROPOSALS shall focus on innovative and original products, processes, services, tools, developed in the framework of a collaboration between one traditional SME (applicant)and one CCI (implementing partner). Proposals must be able to offer perspectives of sustainability over time.

 

Coastal erosion, flooding and sea level rise are the greatest climatic dangers to which Lignano Sabbiadoro area is subjected in an increasingly serious and increasingly frequent way. What measures should be taken to make the coastal area more resilient to the effects of the climate change? Informest and the Regional Energy Agency (APE FVG), RESPONSe regional partners, met today in an online meeting the representatives of local associations and regional agencies and Research Institutes: the Regional Agency for the Environmental Protection (ARPA FVG), the National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics (OGS), the Association Legambiente FVG, the Cultural Association Trezza Project, the Municipality of Lignano Sabbiadoro, the local Civil Protection and the representatives of the most important state owned concessionaries in the city.  

 

Last 23rd February the Final ConferenceCulture and creativity: opportunities, future challenges and development scenarios” took place online. The event was organized and realized by Basilicata Region and saw the participation of different personalities and authorities of the Basilicata Region, the Interreg Europe Programme and the members of CRE:HUB partnership. They presented the goals and results of CRE:HUB project for cultural and creative industries, the policies for the development of the cultural systems and different European good practices and case studies.
The event recording is here available

 

The final conference of the Interreg Europe CRE: HUB Project will be held online next Tuesday 23th February from 09.30 to 13.30. It will be the opportunity to discover the results achieved in all the involved territories and the present and future support activities dedicated to cultural and creative enterprises.
Attendees will also have the possibility to learn about many different European good practices and case study, dedicate to the improvement of policies in the cultural and creative sector.

Here the link to register.

 

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Pilot action in fishery sector for lybia economic development

Project funded by the Italian Ministry of Interior - Civil Liberties and Immigration Department, managed by Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region - International Relations Service, jointly with the Presidency of the Regional Council, with the operational support of Informest and the collaboration of the municipalities of Tripoli, Benghazi, Tobruk and Sirte.

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