Active projects

CAP752 - Capitolo 752 - Contribution to the Centre for Services and documentation for international economic cooperation - Informest for the development of activities in favor of activities in favor of the companies of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia to the purposes of internationalization to the countries of Eastern Europe

Sector: capacity building

Following the Guide Lines provided by the Regional Government of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, INFORMEST is engaged to support the same Region in the following areas: • Support to the organization of institutional missions and informative events and seminars; • Monitoring of the European Commission calls for proposal and regional support during the coherence evaluation of the regional, national, international, and EU level planning, also in the frame of the new 2014-2020 programming; • Information, support, analysis and technical assistance to the Central Directorate of culture, Sport, International and Communitarian Relations for the activities and the projects related to the Regional international relations; • Support to the Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia for the implementation of the European Group of Territorial Cooperation – EGTC “Euregio without Borders”; • Monitoring and every kind of "Expo Live" web platform implementation, which include the International Desk activities, and the dissemination to the all centers of the entrepreneurial system of Triveneto, nationally and internationally that deal with the enterprises internationalization.

EURADRIA 2022 2023 - EURADRIA 2022 2023

Sector: HR and training development, regional socio-economic development, youth policies

The EURADRIA project aims to support the activities of the EURES desks in Friuli Venezia Giulia and Slovenia. In particular, through the project through the development of the one-stop shop portal both at a virtual level (dedicated portal) and at a physical level with the establishment of new info points and the strengthening of a permanent observatory on cross-border work.
The project also aims to provide tools for solving all problems, all "obstacles" to cross-border work, including an action on the prevention of undeclared work as well as implementing the categories of jobs concerned.
Thanks to EURADRIA, the partners will create new jobs and sign new cross-border labour contracts.
The project envisages the creation of an institutional event format at European level dealing with cross-border work issues at EU level.

Twinning MK 19 IPA AG 01 21 - Improvement of the administrative and operational capacities of the plant protection authorities – MK 19 IPA AG 01 21

Sector: agriculture/fishing

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to protection of human, animal and plant health, and the environment, as well as to increase the competitiveness and sustainability of domestic production of plants and plant products, which have been regulated by the phytosanitary part of Chapter 12 of the European Union acquis. In the phytosanitary sectors, the North Macedonia needs to align the system in the legal areas of plant health, plant Protection Products, quality of seeds and propagating material, plant variety rights and genetically modified organisms (release into the environment and GMO Food/feed). Except for the GMOs, the project will support the process of approximation of legislation in North Macedonia to the European Union acquis in above mentioned areas, as well as and its implementation.

LR16/2021 RAFVG - Contributo CAP 12095 RAFVG Direzione Cultura LR16 art.6, 02/11/2021

Sector: regional socio-economic development, support to RAFVG , cultural and creative industries

TAMSALL - Towards A new Multilevel Shared Approach for Libya Local governance – TAMSALL

Sector: capacity building, regional socio-economic development

TAMSALL overall objective is to strengthen the institutional and administrative capacity of Libyan National and Local Public Institutions, to foster the public administration efficiency and competencies in planning and implementing public administrative functions according to a multilevel governance process. This implies the reinforcement of MoLG and Presidency Council capacity in the coordination, consultation and planning/programming and of Local Administrations capacities in programming, planning and implementing, in order to represent and address local development needs to central level, in a proper and effective way. 

In this framework, specific objective is to enhance the establishment of system of local governance that is nationally owned. This can be directly influenced by the setting up of a medium long-term strategy. This objective foresees the involvement and the active participation of Libyan Public Administrations with the contribution of relevant stakeholders at national, local and international levels. This strategy is expected to introduce into the Libyan governance system the basic principle of subsidiarity, proximity, participation and effectiveness of national decentralisation strategies. The second specific objective is to contribute in strengthen the peer exchange and twinning-like setups promoted by the Nicosia Initiative helping Libyan cities to improve public services in Libya and to enter the international community. This cooperation based on a twinning approach can contribute to overcome the isolation of public administration providing them with practical example and approaches that can contrast the erosion of municipal services addressed to citizen.

BA 18 IPA AG 03 19 - EU’s support to capacity building and gradual Union acquis alignment in the phytosanitary sector in BiH

Sector: agriculture/fishing, health

The purpose of the project is to modernise and restructure agroindustrial sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), including economic empowerment of life in rural areas. In particular, the project is aimed to advance the level of policies implemented and of the Union acquis aligned legislation that could support the improvement of the overall sector level in healthy and protected plants and quality seeds.

Activities implemented will be addressed to the

  • alignment of the Plant Health Regime, Seeds and Planting material legislative frameworks and primary legislation in the area of plant breeeders’ rights put in place
  • Plant Protection Products legislation aligned with EU standards, with administrative and operational capacities in the area of Plant Protection Product (PPP) strengthened via interactive modes of practice, knowledge transfer and skills improvements.
  • enhancement of capacities of control bodies for introduction and implementation of certification schemes in area of seed and propagation material
  • strengthening of the administrative and operational capacities in area of Plant Breeders' Rights via knowledge base transfer and skills improvements

S3UNICA - Smart Specialisation University Campus

Sector: environment/energy

S3 UNICA - Smart Specialization University Campus project aims at emphasizing the role of Universities in regional innovation policies, by providing specialist research and technical expertise in the field of energy sustainable buildings and by offering campuses as a hands-on lab where to implement these innovative solutions.

Universities involved in the project can contribute to regional knowledge exchange and its translation into innovative energy products, solutions and public/private services.

BOOST5 - Leveraging results of 5 IT-HR projects to boost touristic valorisation of cultural, off-road, industrial and natural heritage

Sector: culture, cultural and creative industries

Project tackles one of the main challenges of the region: valorising and preserving the rich and varied cultural heritage and taking advantage of it in a sustainable way to support economic development. Also, it aims to overcome the negative impact of pandemic; the latter proved tourism to be an economic force and a source of livelihoods, raising awareness of this potential at the highest levels of government and amongst the public at large. However, it has also shown fragility of the sector being highly fragmented, imbalanced and still with low digital intensity.
Based on IT-HR five previous projects‘ results, BOOST5 will deploy a systemic approach at a CB level, involving private and public actors in adoption of common strategies for cultural and landscape identity in order to:

  • eliminate main obstacles limiting full development of sustainable tourism offer;
  • promote community driven ideas and new market opportunities through capacity building plans about innovative approaches, sustainability and managerial skills;
  • promote synergies among diverse stakeholders and territories to speed up successful implementation of sustainable policies and environmental awareness;
  • pave the way for the next strategic steps such as green accreditation or zero impact tourism labels and building on next programming period opportunities.

The whole project implementation will focus on collecting and analyzing best practices in cultural routes’ field, engaging relevant stakeholder (tourism operators, CCIs and cultural operators, local players, policy makers, public institutions, etc.) in concrete understanding and exploitation of these latter as well as providing them with tools and knowledge to foster networking for a multiplier effect and co-creation of new routes within the project duration but mostly beyond it, on a long term, adaptive and continuously innovation basis. This will allow for better monitoring and understanding of tourists/users’ exigencies as well as for wider distribution of tourism flows at geographical level and for better response to unexpected / negative events affecting the sector (such Covid19, war crises, etc.).

CLASS4.0 - Cluster for dAta-driven Solutions in the Sea economy 4.0

Sector: ICT and innovation

The CLASS 4.0 project (approved under the capitalization tender of the Interreg Italy - Croatia 2014 - 2022 Program - Priority Axis "Blue Innovation"), aims to improve the framework conditions for cross-border innovation by maximizing and enhancing the experiences and results obtained from the implementation of projects previously financed under the same priority axis such as INVESTINFISH, BEAT, and BLUE KEP.

Specifically, the project has the following objectives:

  • Implement the cross-border network to capitalize on data solutions of the blue economy, improving the ability to adopt innovative solutions through better coordination, integrating the results of projects previously funded by the Interreg Italy - Croatia 2014 - 2020 Programme, networks of excellence and promoting support services based on methodological models of "open innovation" and technology transfer,
  • Promote investment in technology transfer and innovation services among blue economy enterprises, promote services to support innovation investment for blue economy enterprises and for new entrepreneurial development, in order to provide concrete support in the evaluation of the marketability of the new solutions and its potential market positioning Provide in-depth services to help develop the business model and further create start-ups and spin-offs,
  • Improve the framework conditions for increasing collaboration and networking based on the 5-helix: Joint actions aimed at improving the framework conditions for enhancing collaboration and networking and consolidating the Adriatic as an innovation ecosystem in the blue economy through the organization of Think Tank C2C and the signing of a memorandum of understanding on transnational cooperation.

MARLESS - MARine Litter cross-border awarenESS and innovation actions

Sector: environment/energy

The general objective of the project is to implement concrete and joint interventions that allow to address the phenomenon of marine Litter from different points of view and methods of intervention. The project therefore puts into effect concrete actions of monitoring, management, prevention and removal of the marine litter without neglecting the normative aspect within which these actions are framed. Finally, it proposes innovative and experimental actions aimed at treating plastic waste in a circular economy perspective.

The MARLESS project intends to tackle the problem of Marine Litter in the Adriatic Sea from many fronts in order to obtain visible and concrete results. Numerous in fact are the factors that intervene in the creation of Marine Litter, plastics coming from the inland, plastics from the touristic sector or aquaculture. The project then addresses the problem in a holistic way and develops over 6 WPs aimed at attacking the problem on all fronts, involving all the direct or indirect responsible actors of the Marine Litter, which together can represent the solution to the problem. The project is divided into:

Monitoring actions aimed at comparing the partners on the methodologies used in the Marine Strategy on their own territories and at implementing a profitable mix of good practices as well as enhancing the actions already implemented.

Governace and raising awareness actions aimed at carrying forward citizen engagement interventions both in schools, in the tourism sector and in a more holistic and integrated perspective of the Costa Contract;

Integrated regulatory management actions aimed at identifying the nodes where the application of different regulations intersects and causes bottlenecks that hinder the effectiveness of the interventions

Pilot actions which aim to test experimental actions whose outcomes will then be collected in toolboxes for the benefit of all partners who can then transfer them to their own territories.

Cluster CCI - Cultural and creative cluster of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region

Sector: culture, Cluster, cultural and creative industries

The Culture and Creativity Cluster of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region aims to create, qualify and grow the culture and creativity of Friuli Venezia Giulia through innovation and knowledge. The Culture and Creativity Cluster is aimed at:

  • representing and consolidating the multifaceted reality of regional cultural and creative enterprises;
  • improving the visibility and attractiveness of the regional cultural and creative ecosystem;
  • promoting cooperation between companies and between public and private sector actors;
  • supporting cultural and creative enterprises in the search for funding opportunities, for partners and in the promotion of the regional sector.

ITI GECT GO - Integrated Territorial Investment

Sector: Structural Funds, regional socio-economic development, tourism, health

The Italy – Slovenia Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 will apply the approach outlined in Art. 36 of the EU Reg. 1303/2013. ITI will constitute a significant implementation tool for the area comprised within the municipalities of Gorizia (IT), Nova Gorica and Šempeter-Vrtojba (SLO). ITI will be mono-fund but plury-axis since the strategic programming of the EGTC GO area needs interventions in different Thematic Objectives and Investment Priorities. The ITI will constitute the main instruments for the implementation of the territorial development strategy of the target area, taking into account its three main pillars: - capitalization of the experiences and outcomes of previous Italy – Slovenia programmes in order to ensure highest efficiency and effectiveness of public investments; - revitalization of the “border based” economy while supporting its reconversion by use of identified strengths and assets; - improvement of the quality of life of residents of the area by fostering the use of joint CB services. The ITI will be managed and implemented by the EGTC GO as intermediate body in line with the provisions of Art. 11 of ETC Regulation 1299/2013.

Linee guida rendicontazione progetti LR16/2021

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Informest: Bilancio 2021 e storia di Villa Elda

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