Here you will find an overview of relevant upcoming events - organised by the programme, our projects or other organisations.
Train-the-trainer seminar on preservation of cultural heritage
The first of three Train-the-trainer seminars will be held in Erfurt on the 27th of November 2017 handling issues regarding preservation of cultural heritage.
The capacity building within this project is foreseen to occur in several steps. Train-the-trainer seminars are the first towards an increase of knowledge and capacities in the regions. The trainings have three thematic foci: preservation, stakeholder alignment and promotion. Once the trainers gather in international seminars to gain new inputs and insights on these topics, they pass this information, once adapted to the local reality, to the actors in the regions.
Some of the main goals of the Train-the-trainer seminar on preservation are supporting international network, communication and exchange of expertise and experience, guarantee a common baseline among involved territories, secure the availability and suitability of provided inputs at regional and local level, present innovative approaches in preservation of cultural heritage, especially regarding funding options and provide hints on key issues to be observed in preservation projects and strategies. The seminar will be based on a pre-developed curriculum, content to be provided to the attendants and will be enriched through interactive working sessions in which the attendants will apply the acquainted knowledge and inputs in practical examples and group discussions. The outcomes of this working sessions will be used to further develop the curricula on preservation.
The trainers will be directly engaged by the project partners in charge of implementing the local trainings.
If you would like to know more about the programme for this event click here.
28 November 2017
Our network of national contact points (NCPs) provides specific national information to applicants. In view of the third call for proposals, NCPs will organise national info days. More information is provided in national languages below.
Appuntamento a Torino il 28 novembre per una mattinata dedicata al terzo bando. Il Punto di Contatto Nazionale presenterà Obiettivi Specifici e sistema nazionale di controllo e risponderà alle domande del pubblico sui dettagli del bando.
L’agenda e il form di registrazione sono disponibili sul sito del Punto di Contatto Nazionale.
First big open event in the frame of ECRR
Almost at the middle of the project's implementation, the first big open event is taking place in Erfurt on the 28th of November 2017.
By then the main steps setting the base for the European Cultural Route of Reformation will be made. Organized right after the closing of the 500th Reformation Jubilee, ECRR aims at positioning itself and the Route as a stable and sustainable option to keep Reformation and its cultural heritage activated, independently from special celebrations and commemorations, as well as to raise awareness about the high diversity within Reformation movements and processes. The event seeks to enable networking amongst relevant actors from all the involved regions and foster a feeling of unity and belonging among them. At the same time, the importance and potential of cultural heritage, Reformation cultural heritage and European Cultural Routes for regional development, tourism and education should be highlighted and made aware to all participants.
The final goal of this event is the "ceremonial" signing of the TAP by some of the Route's founding members.
The registration is open until the 31st of October under this link: bit.ly/2vaAtJ1
Here you can find the programme of the event in English and in German:
Apply to attend our webinar foreseen for November 28th, 2017
The SULPiTER project is glad to invite you to the next webinar targeted to authorithies dealining with city logistics problems.
The trainings are organized by the project SULPiTER (Sustainable Urban Logistics PlannIng To Enhance Regional freight transport) with the aim to develop and to improve the Sustainable Urban Logistics Plans (SULPs) in Functional Urban Areas. SULP, as part of the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans, is specific for freight and for this reason some activities are slightly different from the general mobility.
In this webinar we will learn how to setup and organize a Freight Quality Partnership, groups of transport operators and local authorities that come together to deal with matters of freight access
and deliveries in a particular location.
The key note speech will be held by Prof. Michael Browne, visiting Professor at the University of Gothenburg and former Professor at the University of Westminster in London.
"I have been a full-time professor at the University of Gothenburg since 2015 having been part of the Visiting Professor Program for the previous three years. My main research focus is on urban goods transport and I provide academic leadership for the Urban Freight Platform a joint University of Gothenburg and Chalmers initiative supported by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF). I am committed to engaging practitioners and policy-makers with the research community to focus on all aspects of logistics that impact on future patterns of urban goods transport and logistics. I also work on broader research topics research concerned with many issues in sustainable logistics including: e-commerce and home delivery, energy use in the supply chain and the interaction of policy and business decisions. The importance of working with stakeholders in in the cities. Prior to moving to Gothenburg in 2015 I worked for over 20 years at the University of Westminster in London and I continue to chair the Central London Freight Quality Partnership bringing together London boroughs, Transport for London and a range of businesses and their representative associations. I teach on courses in logistics and sustainability and also retail logistics" (source: University of Gothengurg official website).
COME-IN! Guidelines for accessible museum presented to Slovene national stakeholders
On November 29th, 2017 the Municipality of Piran will hold a presentation of COME-IN! Guidelines at the Ethnographic Museum of Ljubljana. This is the occasion to meet Slovene national stakeholders and present a set of standards that allow museums and other cultural sites to become accessible. Additionally the Central European Initiative Executive Secretariat will illustrate project's main objectives and expected results.
Finally, the Archaeological Museum of Udine will use this opportunity to show how did they transform their museum, becoming accessible to all.
30 November 2017 Vienna, Austria
Der National Contact Point Austria bei der Österreichischen Raumordnungskonferenz lädt in Kooperation mit dem Bundeskanzleramt zu einer Veranstaltung zur Vernetzung transnationaler und EU-weiter Projekte, um gemeinsam die österreichischen Projekte, Aktivitäten und Strategien rund um die Priorität INNOVATION in der Förderperiode 2014‐2020 zu diskutieren:
Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos. Anmeldung bis 16. November 2017 .
30th November - 1st December 2017
1st workshop for Croatian SMEs as a part of CrowdFundPort project will take place during Crowdx. It is a two-day event taking place in Zagreb, Croatia, on 30th November and 1st December 2017.
The event entails lectures and workshops for SMEs who plan to start their own crowdfunding campaigns. Offering introduction into all aspects of planning and starting a successful campaign, it will give an opportunity for practical Q&As as well as for working with mentors during workshops.
The event is free of charge. For further information please visithttp://www.crowdx.eu/
5 December 2017 Szczecin, Poland
Urząd Marszałkowski Województwa Zachodniopomorskiego zaprasza na spotkanie informacyjne na temat programów Interreg: Europa Środkowa, Region Morza Bałtyckiego, Europa.
Spotkanie odbędzie się 5 grudnia 2017 r., w godz. 10.00-13.15, w Hotelu Focus, Szczecin, ulica Małopolska 23. Zapraszamy do rejestracji
6 December 2017 Wroclaw, Poland
6 grudnia 2017 r. zapraszamy do udziału w spotkaniu na temat naborów wniosków w transnarodowych programach Interreg Europa Środkowa (trwa do 25 stycznia 2018 r.) oraz Interreg Region Morza Bałtyckiego (trwa do 9 kwietnia 2018 r.). Może to być już ostatnia szansa na uzyskanie wsparcia z tych programów w latach 2014 – 2020.Informacje o szkoleniu
Join us in Vienna for the International Blogger Meeting!
This is your chance to meet other bloggers and share your work with others as well as get to know new and interesting ideas to #reducefoodwaste! It is not only about food waste prevention itself but also about the role of bloggers in social change.
We invite your to join this meeting and find ideas and solutions together with other bloggers, food waste experts as well as food waste start ups in Vienna!
You are a blogger visiting Vienna in December? GREAT!! Take part in our meeting!
You are a blogger and like to meet others and make a difference? Great- join us!
You are a blogger and have never been to Vienna before? Well that’s a shame – change that soon and be part of our meeting!
You can find more information here at www.reducefoodwaste.eu
To register please send an email to DI Sandra Schwödt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
19 December 2017, 10.00 - 11.30
Our webinar is targeted at applicants applying in the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE third call for project proposals, which closes on 25 January 2018. Anyone can join our webinar and post questions in the live chat.
Question can be already shared with us before the webinar: simply drop an email to email@example.com with "Q&A Webinar" in the subject line, or use the webinar's live chat directly. If you haven't done so yet, take a look also at the webinars we recorded especially for applicants to the third call.
21. - 22. February, Prague
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13. - 14. June, Zagreb
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