SISMA project, funded by the INTERREG MED Program and coordinated by Informest, has been selected for REGIOSTARS 2019 award in the category Building climate-resilient cities. It is possible to click on the like button to one or several eligible projects until 9 July at this link. Projects that receive highest number of likes will go to he second phase. The winners will be awarded during the ceremony in Bruxelles on 9 October.

 

On Monday 29 April, a meeting was held in San Pietro al Natisone during which ATZ Projekt, partner of the PRIMIS project (MULTICULTURAL JOURNEY BETWEEN ITALY AND SLOVENIA THROUGH THE PRISMA DELLE MINORANZE) presented the multimedia centre SMO (Slovensko multimedialno okno - Slovenian multimedia window), the interactive museum of landscapes and narratives of the aspects characterizing the culture of the territory on the border between Italy and Slovenia.

 

The Summer School will take place in Paluzza from the 1st to the 6th of September 2019. It is addressed to local administrators from Friuli Venezia Giulia, Veneto and Trentino and aims to give them the chance to develop an open mind-set towards some innovation themes for the integrated development of the territory and for thinking about “planning” as a method for projecting coherent interventions fundable with European funds or with other resources in the field of international, national and regional policies. The video can be seen here.

 

The Tessitori Hall of the Regional Council, in Oberdan square in Trieste, will hold the public event “the commitment of the public authorities on climate change – new working patterns”, on Wednsday the 29th of May, at 9 a.m. The event is organized as part of the project SECAP, funded by the Interreg Italia-Slovenia 2014-2020 program.

 

 

The 29th of April, in Venice, took place the kick-off meeting of SACHE project funded by Interreg Central Europe programme, which main goal is to foster transnational cooperation in Central Europe in order to improve living and working conditions in the cities and regions of the area throughout the development of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in the sectors of innovation, the low-carbon economy, natural and cultural heritage and transports.

 

Tuesday 21st May 2019 will be held in Udine the national conference for the launch of the GPP-Stream Project, funded by the Interreg Europe programme.

 

On March 28th, in Venice, at the headquarters of the Palazzo Grandi Stazioni of the Veneto Region, took place the kick-off meeting of PRIMIS "Multicultural journey between Italy and Slovenia through the prism of minorities". The project of a duration of 36 months, is funded with € 2.83 million of EU funds under the Interreg Italy-Slovenia.

 

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