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EU Strategy for the Danube Region: Institutional Capacity and Cooperation

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At the end of the year 2010 European Commission adopted the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) that aims to deepen the cooperation of 14 countries in the Danube region. These are Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova and Ukraine. Countries are very diverse – EU members, candidate countries, potential candidates as well as countries from the European Neighbourhood Policy. Despite the different statuses, the listed countries share common geographical area, history and part of the cultural heritage and therefore connection seems especially reasonable in the field of environment protection, ensuring prosperity and strengthening of the Danube region.

CEP is coordinating PA 10: Institutional Capacity and Cooperation together with the City of Vienna from the beginning of 2017. The project is co-funded by the European Regional and Development Fund of the European Union.


Facilitating enhanced cooperation among young Danube experts

IMG 7077 Easy Resize.jpgCentre for European Perspective has made a step towards enhanced cooperation among young Danube experts in Maribor, between 10th and 12th May 2017. Young and potential entrepreneurs were invited to international conference PODIM that shows a great example of multi-level governance – cooperation of municipality, state and private sector that share a common goal.

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SAVE THE DATE: EU Macroregional Strategies Conference on Media and Communication - KNOW THY NEIGHBOUR, Slovenia, 4-6 April 2017

EUSDR generalSlovenia will host the first macroregional media and communication conference between the 4th- 6th April 2017 at the Slovenian coast.

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Danube Transnational Programme (DTP) projects from the 1st Call

IMG 20170214 100205In January 2017 Centre for European perspective joined active implementation of the Danube Strategy as one of the coordinators of priority area 10 (PA10) – Institutional capacity and cooperation (the other coordinator is City of Vienna from Austria). Its main objective is enhancing the capacity of various institutions working in the Danube region, from its local, to regional, national and macro regional level on numerous topics.

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New funding facility Danube Strategic Project Fund (DSPF)

Logo DSPF RGBThe Danube Strategic Project Fund is a new facility aiming at supporting the implementation of transnational strategic projects aligned with the objective of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR), with a specific added value at the interfaces between cohesion and enlargement/neighbourhood policy.

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CEP is taking one of the leading roles in the implementation of the Danube Strategy

Logo 10 inst capacityAt the end of the year 2010 European Commission adopted the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) that aims to deepen the cooperation of 14 countries in the Danube region. These are Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova and Ukraine. Countries are very diverse – EU members, candidate countries, potential candidates as well as countries from the European Neighbourhood Policy. Despite the different statuses, the listed countries share common geographical area, history and part of the cultural heritage and therefore connection seems especially reasonable in the field of environment protection, ensuring prosperity and strengthening of the Danube region.

Read more: CEP is taking one of the leading roles in the implementation of the Danube Strategy

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