TAKING

COOPERATION

FORWARD

05.03.2019

Call support

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To encourage further coordination and to support our applicants in building strong partnerships that will take outputs and results forward, we will organise national info days as well as two transnational events.


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Crossfertilisation and project idea development workshops

2-3 April 2019

The aim of our upcoming workshops is twofold:  We want to encourage further coordination and better sustainability of outputs and results of our approved projects through crossfertilisation as we believe that this can lead to increased cooperation and coordination in our central Europe community. And we want to support applicants in developing ideas and matchmaking for our upcoming experimental call. 

 As a result of the workshops, participants will have:

  • Gained knowledge about results and outputs of other Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects
  • Gained knowledge about the objective and procedures of the experimental fourth call
  • Started discussions about outputs & results to be taken up and utilised 

The workshops are targeted exclusively at beneficiaries of approved Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects. Due to capacity reasons, participation is limited to a maximum of 4 participants per project of the first two calls and to lead partners of third call projects.

We expect you to present the project you represent in short pitch and in a poster visualising your 2-3 most promising project outputs and results. Read more on how to prepare

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Horizon 2020 Info Day on the 4th call of Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE

7 May 2019

In the upcoming experimental call for proposals, Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE will support the roll out and uptake of project outputs and results in coordination with directly managed EU programmes such as Horizon 2020. 

The Horizon 2020 Info Day will offer an opportunity for lead applicants to present their initial project ideas to potential partners from the FP7 and Horizon 2020 programmes.  It is going to be organised by the European Commission's DG RTD.

As a result of the Horizon 2020 Info Day, central European research stakeholders will have:

  • Gained knowledge about the objective and procedures of the experimental fourth call
  • Gained knowledge about project ideas building on results and outputs of approved Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects
  • Started initial discussions about participating in a project proposal

At the same time, the Horizon 2020 Info Day will allow potential lead applicants to:

  • Present their project ideas and existing project results
  • Express their needs in terms of missing partners and results
  • Start discussions with potentially interested FP7/Horizon 2020 organisations

Registration will open in April.

EU Green Week

13-17 May 2019

Environmental laws have a huge impact on our life. They improve water and air quality, they protect nature, and they encourage recycling and waste management. But to really make an appreciable difference, these EU laws have to be properly implemented.

The next edition of EU Green Week 2019 will put this process of environmental implementation into the spotlight. We'll be asking questions like – do these laws really matter, and what the added benefits are for citizens? What does successful implementation look like? Why do "implementation gaps" exist? How can we move from knowing that stakeholders need to take ownership of these laws to actually making it happen? And most importantly, how can the EU facilitate the process, making sure that citizens' voices are heard?  

EU Green Week 2019 will include events across Europe, with the official opening event on 13 May in one of the Member States and a high-level summit in Brussels from 15 to 17 May. The opening event will have a particular prominence, setting the tone for the Week's debates. The closing of Green Week will take place at the end of the Brussels Conference and will showcase the political conclusions from the Week.

The call for proposals for Partner Events is now online.

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10th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region

12-13 June 2019

2019 Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region is hosted by Pomorskie Region. Around 800 participants representing public and private institutions, academia, NGOs will gather to discuss topics very much related to the future of the Baltic Sea Region, as: demographic change, circular and sharing economy.

The Forum will explore the link between the EU Baltic Sea Strategy and growing challenges such as depopulation, ageing, migrations, new production and consumption models, but also new social, cultural, mobility and labour market patterns, which influence our everyday behaviours and attitudes.

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EU Sustainable Energy Week

17-21 June 2019

Shape Europe´s energy future and join the European Sustainable Energy Week! You can discuss, network as well as use your attendace to EUSEW 2019 as the opportunity to showcase your actions towards sustainable energy-efficient Europe. 

Policy Conference

The highlight of EUSEW 2019 is the conference that features diverse programme of sessions and side events aimed at discussing and shaping Europe's energy future. Until 28 January you can apply to host a session

Networking

Public and private organisations have a chance to submit their contributions to feature in the networking area. Contributors and presenters are selected by the European Commission, with an emphasis on interactive activities that encourage audience participation.  The call for networking activities will open in January 2019.

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EU Sustainable Energy Awards 

The Energy Awards recognise outstanding innovation in energy efficiency and renewables. Finalists are chosen from a shortlist of the year’s most successful projects for clean, secure and efficient energy. 

Submit your project that has helped the citizens, industry and the public sector work towards the Energy Union. Your activities might be rewarded by a prestigous European Award. Apply until 11 February!

Energy Days

Energy Days encourage citizens and stakeholders to discover and debate the major issues driving the transition to sustainable energy. They take place throughout the months of May and June. Anyone can organise an Energy Day in his/her region for  any audience; perhaps investors in new technology or families who want to promote clean energy.  

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