The 2020 edition of 'Europe, let's cooperate! interregional cooperation forum' takes place online
on 9 June 2020 (10-11:30 CEST).

In this period of uncertainty and crisis, cooperation is needed more than ever. We in Interreg Europe help regions work together, exchange experiences and find solutions to their challenges. This way Interreg Europe contributes to territorial cohesion and sustainable growth in many European regions.

 

The Issue 55 of the magazine "Quaderni di orientamento", published by the Directorate for Work, Training, Education and the Family of Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region, was recently distributed, with the article including the recommendations deriving from the results obtained in BLUE KEP, a project co-financed by the Programme CBC Italy-Croatia, where Informest played as Lead partner.

 

PRIMIS project (Multicultural journey between Italy and Slovenia through the prism of minorities) co-financed by Italy-Slovenia program, in which Informest participates as technical assistance to the Culture and Sport Directorate of the RA Friuli Venezia Giulia - project partner, outlines activities aimed to implement the perception of multicultural linguistic identity in the program area and of its communities. To this end, it was deemed useful to have a brief overall picture of the EU and national Italian and Slovenia regulations for the protection of linguistic and national minorities.

Newsletter #4 can be visualized here. If you want to receive project newsletter you can subscribe here.

 

 

Changing the approach for the involvement of local authorities without changing the final objective: this was the spirit of the online meeting had yesterday between the partners of the RESPONSE project, financed by the Italy Croatia Program under the specific objective dedicated to climate change

 

Project activities include an important investment, the restoration of Palace Gravisi-Buttorai of Capodistria,one of the most vivid examples of Baroque architecture in Koper, registered in the register of immovable cultural heritage of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia.  The palace will become the first Interactive Museum, Digital and Italian multimedia center (IMC) and will build a stable network presenting cultural and linguistic heritage of local communities. Third PRIMIS newsletter del progetto explains in detail renovation and recovery works of the palace. Newsletter #3 can be visualized here. If you want to receive project newsletter you can subscribe here.

 

An article on the DIVA project has been published in Platinum magazine (Il Sole 24 ore newspaper supplement) where next to the other articles is a special section called SLOVENIA 2020 on the excellence of Slovenia and Italy in the institutional, scientific, industrial, financial, medical and tourism fields, with particular reference to cross border cooperation between Italy and Slovenia. The magazine was published in March in print and online version, which can be viewed here https://platinum-online.com/ (DIVA is on page 97).

 

DIVA project partners prepared an online questionnaire in order to evaluate the potential for collaboration between cultural and creative sectors and traditional industrial sectors. We invite who would like to  contribute to the initiative to complete it http://diva-borderless.eu/en/aat/

Once filled, an evaluation report will be automatically generated, with a series of valuable recommendations.

 

NOTICE

In compliance with the provisions of the Prime Ministerial Decree dated 11 March 2020 on the containment and management of the epidemiological emergency from COVID-19 Informest will be closed to the public. Activities will continue, as far as possible, in “smart-working”.
Email addresses will remain active. For specific needs or urgencies please contact the following number +393487990373.

Boris Dijust nuovo presidente di Informest

[ Il Piccolo, 9 luglio 2020 ]

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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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