Here you will find an overview of relevant upcoming events - organised by the programme, our projects or other organisations. If you are interested in documentation from our past events follow the links below.PAST APPLICATION EVENTS PAST IMPLEMENTATION EVENTS
20. September 2018
Focus IN CD will announce our e-learning course (Live-Demos) in the exhibition area and actively involve stakeholders to multiply the dissemination of our e-tools. Read more...
Risultati dei progetti in corso e sguardo al post 2020.
Il Punto di Contatto Nazionale italiano presso la Regione del Veneto organizza un evento in occasione della Giornata della Cooperazione Europea 2018 per promuovere i risultati dei Programmi di Cooperazione Territoriale Europea con uno sguardo alla futura programmazione post 2020.
“Il Programma Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE e la CTE: risultati e prospettive”
è il titolo dell’evento che si terrà a Venezia il 24 settembre 2018 dalle ore 9.30 alle ore 17.30 circa presso l’Università Iuav di Venezia – Aula Magna (Tolentini).
Le registrazioni sono aperte a questo link dal 31 agosto al 20 settembre, salvo esaurimento dei posti disponibili.
24 & 25 September 2018 - Ljubljana, Slovenia
The workshop aims to discuss opportunities offered by the re-use of Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) in Slovenia and other European countries.
The event, which includes site visits to local facilities treating waste electricals, will connect the SURFACE partners with another EU project ReWEEE (Life +) as well as with local stakeholders interested in re-use.
24th September 2018, IBZ St. Marienthal
Terms like "summer heat", "flooding" or "species extinction" are dominating our daily news. They are showing the impacts of ongoing climate change for peoples' health and well-being, biodiversity and sustainable use of our natural capital. To develop intelligent and sustainable solutions to cope with climate change is the largest challenge of the 21th century.
With the Green Infrastructure Strategy and the Concept of Ecosystem Services the European Union has developed first strategic approaches which need to be concretized and implemented on regional and local level. The project MaGICLandscapes wants to find ideas and solutions to improve the green infrastructure resource so that people in the tri-border area Czech Republic, Germany and Poland can best benefit from it.
The workshop in Ostritz highlights the concept of green infrastructure and it's (public) benefits. Regional and local stakeholders are welcome to exchange their ideas and knowledge of how to enhance the existing green infrastructure and to elaborate common ideas and strategies for the tri-border area Czech Republic, Germany and Poland.
The event is targeted at community representatives, regional and local administrations, nature and landscape conservation institutions, associations, universities and research institutions.
24 to 26 September 2018 - Ljubljana, Slovenia
SURFACE Project Partners will meet in Lubiana to meet up on their third general partner meeting.
This event will be linked to another EU funded project called REWEEE (LIFE+) dealing as well with the topic of reuse.
SURFACE project partners will have an opportunity to meet and discuss on the results achieved, plan future project activities as well as confront with colleagues from REWEEE, learn and share experiences on the common problems of reuse
Lunch meeting hosted by MEP Maria Grapini
In the framework of the Interreg Central Europe project LAirA (Landside Airport Accessibility), MEP Maria Grapini and the Airport Regions Conference are delighted to invite you to a light lunch meeting on the topic of airport access.
Airports are assets and transnational transport gateways for citizens. Improving surface access to airports is a crucial aspect on handling expected air traffic growth that will put much pressure on Europe's airports and the transport network that links the airports with the city centres and their hinterland.
LAirA project addresses the multimodal, smart and low carbon mobility integration of airports in the mobility systems of urban areas. The project focuses in particular on building capacities of local and regional authorities and airports, to jointly plan and implement low carbon mobility solutions in a transnational and comprehensive approach.
This meeting will bring together leading stakeholders from the European research community, and also European policy-makers, local and regional authorities, airports and infrastructure providers. It will be a unique opportunity to exchange best practice and contribute together to a cleaner and more innovative mobility system. We hope you could join us on that occasion.
Should you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Interreg SOLEZ project co-finances the IX Congress of Active Mobility that will take place on September 26-27, 2018. Numerous presentations, debates, workshop sessions and the opportunity to meet experts, analysts and practitioners in the field of sustainable mobility make the Congress one of the most important Central European events dedicated to active mobility. It is a meeting place for local governments representatives and businesses, residents, schools, institutions, non-governmental organizations and other people interested in the subject of mobility, not only active. Other thematic areas of the Congress include: town planning and development in according to the rule 8-80, promotion of cycling and walking, vehicles parking policies, psychology of mobility, other sustainable transport solutions and its benefits for health and economy.This year's edition of the Congress will focus on thematic area familiar to the SOLEZ project: low emission zones and limited accessibility zones.The Congress includes two days of lectures, debates and workshops on mobility and shaping public space. In previous years the keynotes were presented by, among others, Jan Gehl and Mikael Colville-Andersen and the number of participants exceeds 350. This year the Congress is proud to have Gil Penalosa as a keynote speaker during both days of the event. Gil Penalosa is the founder and chair of the board of the successful Canadian non-profit organization 8 80 Cities. He is also chair of the board of World Urban Parks, the international representative body for the city parks, open space and recreation sector. He also serves as senior advisor to Vision Zero Network, Children & Nature Network, and America Walks. Because of Gil's unique blend of experience, pragmatism and passion, his leadership and advice are sought out by many cities and organizations. He has worked in over 300 different cities in all continents.For more information on the Congress, visit the website https://kongresmobilnosci.pl/en.The full agenda of the Congress is available here.To develop new ideas and knowledge for more sustainable mobility in cities #cooperationiscentral – today and in the future.
27. - 29. september 2018
Two project partners - Hungarian Coeliac Society and Heim Pal Hospital will present the FOCUS IN CD project, as a good example of the European idea, informing the coeliac associations’ leaders, who are the best experts’ body to distribute the result of the project (e.g. e-learning tool for patients and healthcare professionals, smartphone application, results of surveys, lay language videos, etc.) and elaborate models for using in the future these tools as many countries as possible.
27 September, Vienna
Running projects with Viennese partners focusing on cooperation in the field of education and research will be presented in an interactive way. Thanks to another cooperation project Bilateral Design Networks, you can visit the Post - Otto - Wagner exhibition after the event.
Admission is free of charge.
29 September, Chemnitz
BECOME PART OF OUR TREE OF INDUSTRIAL CULTURE!
Test your forging skills and 3D talents and create your very personal leaf together with our blacksmith!
Share your story and impressions of the industrial past, present and future of this beautiful region, and let your leaf become part of an impressive artwork shaped like a tree. Branches will be produced in Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Belgium and Germany.
CURIOUS ABOUT THE RESULT? Like our Facebook Page (facebook.com/inducult2.0)!
we will keep you posted…or feel free to leave a message yourself!!
8 October 2018, Milan (Italy)
9 October 2018 |European Week of Regions and Cities
The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is an annual Brussels-based event in which officials from regional and urban administrations, as well as experts and academics, exchange good practices and know-how in the field of regional and urban development.
In this half-hour session, our speaker will talk about the need for transnational cooperation in central Europe. When solidarity is fading and calls for lower integration are growing, we believe #cooperationiscentral. Regions and cities are more efficient and more competitive when they work together beyond borders. Citizens and companies profit from new and better services.
Based on evidence from a new impact study you will hear why Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE is a bulwark of cooperation at the heart of Europe. Concrete stories will illustrate what our speaker has to say.
9 October 2018, Milan (Italy)
9 October 2018, Milan (Italy)
10 October 2018, The European Week of Regions and Cities
The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) is an annual Brussels-based event during which officials from regions and cities’ administrations, as well as experts and academics, can exchange good practices and know-how in the field of regional and urban development.
During this session, Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE will jointly brainstorm with other transnational programmes and broad range of stakeholders about the future shape of transnational cooperation. The niche and added value of transnational cooperation today will be presented and the audience will have an opportunity to actively contribute to the discussion by sharing their ideas in smaller groups. Outcomes of this session will inform the policy debate on the future shape of transnational cooperation.
Register and find more information here.
11. – 14. October 2018
Prof. dr. Goran Palčevski, dr. med. will present the results of Focus IN CD surveys, related to Croatian health care professional’s knowledge about celiac disease.
Poster and stand will be prepared by Croatian celiac disease Society and Primorje Gorski Kotar County, where available information about project will be shared.
15-17 October, Sisak (Croatia) & Kranj (Slovenia)
The Partnership meets for the last time before the final event in April 2019. It will be an interesting programme where partners have the chance to present and discuss the first implementation results.
15 October 2018 - Sisak
|10.00-12.30 : Pre-meeting Study Tour "Visiting company applied Ceramics and entrepreneurial incubator PISAK"|
14.30-16.00: Progress Communication
16.30-18.00: Progress WP T1
16 October 2018 (Sisak)
|9.00-10.00: Parallel work group sessions T2 / T3 / T4|
10.15-13.15: Carousel (partners presenting selected T2-T4 results in parallel sessions)
|14.30-16.30: Partner coordinators: 5th Steering Committeee meeting|
|14.30-16.30: Other participants: study/city tour offer|
|17.00-20.00: Transfer to Kranj (Slovenia)|
17 October 2018 (Kranj)
|09.00-17.00: Postmeeting study tour offer "Elan factory + Creative hub in Skofja Loka and Ladmark of shoe industry Trzic|
|19.00: Farewell dinner|
18-19 October 2018
The EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) is the second EU macro-regional strategy adopted by the European Commission in 2010 and endorsed by the European Council in 2011. The Strategy brings together 14 countries along the Danube river, and covers an area which is home to 112 million people, or one-fifth of the EU’s population.
This year's forum will covers topics of particular importance for the Danube region related to preservation of cultural and historical heritage, new technologies and digitalization in tourism sector, ensuring safety and security in tourism, transport connectivity and mobility. Issues related to synergy and consistency between macro-regional strategies for achieving the common objectives of the EU and for the future of those strategies after 2020 will also be referred to. Two parallel thematic sessions on sustainable tourism mobility and security in public spaces and an open-air exhibition have been scheduled as well.
Join us in Sofia and help shaping future of the Danube region.
More information about the Forum, including a detailed agenda and list of speakers as well as presentation topics is available on the EUSDR forum website.
18. - 19. October 2018
Venue: House of European gastroeneterology
20. - 24. October 2018
Focus IN CD results presentation - lecture, posters
22nd to 24th of October - Opatija, Croatia.
From October 22nd to 24th, high level speakers from countries implementing CEETO project will share their experience in the development and management of a responsible and sustainable tourism in protected areas and Natura 2000 network. The Conference will take place at the Amadria Conference Park in Opatija, the traditional tourist destination of Croatia.
The aim of the CEETO project and the Conference is to promote an innovative sustainable tourism planning model which reduces usage conflicts, sustains social and territorial cohesion, improves the quality of life of local communities, and encourages the tourism industry to concretely contribute to nature conservation.
Practical experience in a participatory planning, development of tourism governance models and testing of tourism monitoring tools will be presented by pilot areas included in the project, while the PRIRODA Public Institution for Managing Protected Nature Areas in the County of Primorje and Gorski Kotar will co-host a field trip to the island of Cres and the Visitor center and the griffon vulture rehabilitation center Beli.
For any other information you may need, please contact the organizers at email@example.com or through the phone number 00385989099219.
24 October 2018
25th October 2018, Leibniz Institute for Ecological Urban and Regional Development
MaGICLandscapes will be presented during the workshop of the BIDELIN project (Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Saxony-Czech Republic 2014-2020): Natur in der Stadt - Bedeutung und Aufwertung von Stadtgrün für urbane Ökosystemleistungen in Dresden/DE. The conference will be held in German.
6.-8. November 2018
Trade show of electrical engineering, electronics and lighting
7th -8th November 2018, National Park Information Centre Thayatal
The Magic Landscapes partner consortium comes together in the National Park Thayatal in Hardegg (AT) to hold its 3rd project meeting.
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8 - 10 November 2018 | Cracov | Jagiellonian UniversityThe topic of the conference are broadly understood issues of contemporary protection of historic ruins and historical conditions of these activities.Four thematic sessions are planned within the conferance: Ruins from the perspective of the history of art and cultureTechnical and conservation issues for the protection of ruinsDevelopment of historic ruinsManagement of historic ruinsThe aim of the conference is to make a broad review of the problems related to the protection, conservation, use and management of historic ruins.
12. - 13. November, Meißen
14. November 2018, Nationalparkhaus Thayatal
Als Auftaktveranstaltung für Akteure und assoziierte Partner in Österreich findet am 14. November 2018 der erste regionale Workshop „Grüne Infrastruktur als Zukunftschance für unsere Region“ im Nationalparkhaus des Nationalparks Thayatal statt. Die Universität Wien und der Nationalpark Thayatal werden dabei die Bedeutung der Grünen Infrastruktur für die Modellregionen „Westliches Weinviertel und östliches Waldviertel“ sowie „Nationalpark Thayatal veranschaulichen und gemeinsam mit regionalen Vertretern Konzept und Maßnahmen für ein verantwortungsvolles Management von Grüner Infrastruktur erarbeiten. Weitere Informationen zur Veranstaltungen folgen in Kürze.
Kontakt: Florian Danzinger | Universität Wien
20-21 November 2018
The EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP) involves seven states (Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) and 48 regions of those States in the Alpine Region. With over 80 million inhabitants, the Alpine Region is one of the biggest living, natural and economic areas in Europe and a very popular tourist destination. The Alps attract millions of visitors every year.
At the 2nd Annual Forum, main event of the Alpine year, politicians, experts, young people and civil society will discuss the entire thematic spectrum of the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region in the framework of various events and workshops. The Tyrolean Presidency and the EU invite all interested parties to actively participate in the discussion on how to address major challenges, to use the opportunities and to strengthen cooperation in the Alpine Region.
Join us and help shaping future of the Alpine region.
More information can be found on the EUSALP forum website.
The 2018 UN climate change conference (COP24) will be held from 3 to 14 December in Katowice, Poland. The EU and its Member States will take part as parties to the UN climate change convention
06-07 December 2018
Where the past meets the future. Cultural heritage is of the utmost importance to the society and identity of Austria. It not only shapes people's living environment and their quality of life, but also strengthens social cohesion. As part of our EU Presidency Austria will host the final conference of the European Year of Cultural Heritage entitled #EuropeforCulture on 6-7 December 2018 in Vienna.
More information will follow soon.