The first newsletter of the "RecapMCV - Recapitalization of MerlinCV – to provide innovative experiences of natural and cultural heritage in a cross-border area" project, funded by the Interreg Italy-Slovenia Programme, is available on the project website in three languages: ItalianSlovenian, and English.

This newsletter focuses on good practice examples related to planned activities for the development of innovative multimedia presentations of cultural heritage.


Last 9th November, Informest team of the "EURADRIA" project took part to the "Meeting of coordinators of EURES cross-border partnerships" in Brussels, a meeting with the European Commission and the the coordinators of the 7 EURES network cross-border partnerships, during they presented the project activities and results achieved.


The study visit of the PRAGES project, financed by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region's Law 19/2000, opened today in Gorizia. The three-day event will see delegations from the municipality of Zavidovici and the Brcko district engaged in the evaluation of the solutions adopted by the Municipality of Gorizia and Isontina Ambiente for waste collection and management.

Many authorities were present at the opening: Rodolfo Ziberna, Mayor of Gorizia, Sarah Filisetti, Councillor of the Municipality of Gorizia, Davide Lepori, President of Informest, who will host the delegation nest Wednesday, 4th October.


Last 20th September, the RecapMCV project partners met for the Kick-off meeting at the Humanities Centre of the Science Research Centre Koper. RecapMCV is co-financed by the Interreg Italy Slovenia 2021-2027 programme and it is the Recapitalisation project of MerlinCV- Innovative experiences of cross-border cultural and natural heritage.

The project partners, namely the Science and research centre Koper (the lead partner), the Municipality of Tolmin, Venetian Cluster srl and INFORMEST, will specifically enhance and promote the main digital products and their effects developed in the MerlinCV strategic project. 


Our offices will open next Monday, 28th August.

Next 10th October EGTC GO will hold a workshop on the role of the EGCT (European Group of Territorial Cooperation) as fundraiser, focusing on the best practice of EGTC GO, the cross-border EGCT created by the three different municipalities (Gorizia, Nova Gorica, Šempeter-Vrtojba) in the two different countries (Italy and Slovenia) and sharing the results achieved in these years, as the title of “European Capital of Culture 2025 (ECOC 2025)won by Nova Gorica (Slovenia) and Gorizia (Italy), making it the first time that this title is truly cross-border.

Informest is participating in Trieste in the steering committee of the "Rebuild" project, that sees the Friuli Venezia Giulia Autonomous Region as a partner.

The "Rebuild" project is part of the Nicosia Initiative, launched in 2016 by the European Committee of the Regions and aimed at supporting municipalities in Libya in the developping of the economy and strengthening local institutions, following the political and institutional crisis of 2011.


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