The final programme evaluation tells it all. 223 SEE project implementers shared their views on the achievements of 113 of our projects.
We are officially a RegioStars Awards Finalist for 2015 and we've got the certificate to prove it! The EU Commissioner for Regional Policy Ms Corina Cretu herself congratulated the MILD HOME project manager Ms Flavia Di Noto for the project's achievements in sustainable growth.
The European Commission announced the formal adoption today, almost an year later after the submission of the programme text.
In total, EUR 222 million of EU funds will be invested in the Danube region.
South East Europe programme is preparing for closure. While one door closes, three new ones open!
On 6th March 2015 the Danube Transnational Cooperation Programme was successfully submitted to the European Commission!
Many of you have been waiting for this moment and here it is - the Danube Transnational Programme, one of South East Europe's successors, has opened a provisional partner search platform! Plug in your project idea and get connected with new partners starting here.
Interested in the outcomes of the SEE Capitalisation strategy? Read on.
The three winners of the SEE Photo Competition launched last April 2014 were announced during the SEE Annual Event 2014, when a exhibition with the best 50 photos was organised.
The latest issue of the SEE newsletter is now available. The main news are: Successful organisation of the SEE Annual Event 2014 (Ljubljana, 24-25/09); Winners of the SEE Photo Competition and New publications of the SEE Programme, namely the 4th call catalogue.
The SEE Programme has recently issued three new publications: the catalogue with the main data of the 4th call projects; a leaflet with the main achievements gained both by the SEE Thematic Capitalisation Strategy and the Programme in general; and a passport containing all the information regarding the seven field trips organised in the framework of the SEE Annual Event 2014.
A cross-border and transnational cooperation projects' fair took place las 19th September in Podgorica (Montenegro) on the occasion of the European Cooperation Day. The event was hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration.
Within the framework of the last South East Europe Annual Event (Ljubljana, 24-25/09), the SEE Programme joins the initiative European Cooperation Day proposing seven project visits to have direct contact with the results and benefits produced by some SEE projects in the area of Ljubljana and adjacent towns.
On September 3rd and 5th two Thematic Workshops were held in Ancona and Split with the specific aim of consulting stakeholders on the contents of the forthcoming Adriatic Ionian Transnational Programme.
The Adriatic-Ionian Transnational Programme has launched a public consultation on the Environmental Report in connection with the Operational Programme. The consultation will be open until 22nd September 2014.
The results of the on-line consultation of interested stakeholders successfully carried out at the beginning of July 2014, providing valuable inputs to the programming process, have been published.
The Task Force of the Adriatic Ionian Transnational Cooperation Programme 2014-2020 (ADRION) organises two thematic workshops on 3rd (Acona, Italy) and 5th (Split, Croatia) September 2014.
The Thematic Pole 4: Low Carbon Communitities, created within the SEE Capitalisation Strategy, has recently produced new outputs and it will organise an event next 27-28 August in Fojnica (Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The 3rd phase of the Public Consultation for the preparation of the Transnational Cooperation Programme ''Balkan-Mediterranean 2014-2020'' has been launched.