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The third call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme was open between the 28th of January 2019 and 8th of March 2019. During this period 276 submissions were received, meaning that 2.853 institutions from all the Danube region are involved as project partners in the 276 Expressions of Interest considered for assessment. Most of the Project Partners are from Romania, Slovenia and Hungary. For more information on the applications click here.  



One of the main competitions dedicated to INTERREG projects is open until the 30 April 2019 at 12:00 CET. The winning projects will be those that can present their project in an innovative way, using storytelling techniques. The 6 selected projects will be provided an opportunity to perform on stage during the EU week of Cities and Regions in the form of a Slam.



 

The European Commission recently published a booklet which briefly presents 12 good practices illustrating the success factors and the added value of cross-border cooperation in the health sector. The publication can be read and downloaded here.

The publication covers the following topics: 

1. Direct services to citizens: Treatment, diagnostics and emergency care:



The call for the yearly European Commission award for the best and most innovative EU-funded projects in regional development is now open until the 9th of May. The REGIOSTARS are awarded to projects in five thematic categories (smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, urban development and a topic of the year).

Thus projects in the following 5 categories can be submitted:  



On 29 January 2019 the European Parliament, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions adopted the 2nd report on the implementation of the EU macro-regional strategies. The report's goal is to provide a detailed analysis on the EU macro-regional strategies: the EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region (EUSAIR), the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR), the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) and the EU Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP).



Are you looking for an exciting volunteering experience at home or abroad? Do you want to make a difference and support projects promoting solidarity among people? If you are up for a challenge, and willing to dedicate yourself to helping other people then joint the Interreg Volunteer Youth (IVY) initiative. IVY is an action to offer the possibility to young EU citizens aged 18-30 to serve as volunteers in cross-border, transnational or interregional programmes and related projects.



If you are a public authority or a cross-border structure operating in border regions, you have identified an obstacle of legal or administrative nature in your area and you are willing to explore possible solutions, take a look at the new B-Solutions call and send your application to the AEBR! The call is open until March 15th! For the call for proposals and applicants manual, please click on the link: https://www.b-solutionsproject.com/!


Interact has launched a new online training platform in order to enhance its knowledge delivery and your learning experiences within the Interreg community, by enabling you to learn and engage in the virtual environment. All courses are tailor made for the learning needs of the Interreg community and those who are closely linked to it, even though they might not be directly involved. Interact brings together expertise from all over Europe and from different types of stakeholders. Course authors and other course contributors share their experience and expertise through videos, articles, quizzes and discussions. 


Want to get involved with Hungarian and European youth policy and ensure that voices of young people are heard? The Structured Dialogue on Youth is a process enabling young people to be involved in the shaping of policies that affect them, through continuous cooperation among youth representatives and decision-makers. The National Youth  Council of Hungary is looking for two young candidates who will represent Hungary in this process of the 7th cycle of the Youth Dialogue. The Youth Delegates will represent the Hungarian young people at the local and European Youth conferences and raise awareness of the Structured Dialogue. The term is 18 months and runs from January 1st 2019 to June 30th 2020. 


Young people are the leaders of the future, yet they account for the largest share of non-voters. Ensure that the youth takes part in defining the future of Europe and join the Young Europe Youth Summit together with 200 other young people in Denmark this Spring, where you all meet to analyse, discuss and join forces around five of the key issues that concern youth in Europe: Culture & Identity, Climate, Refugees & Migration, the European Union & the World and Youth Under Pressure.


 

 

 

 

 

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