Month: September 2017

BleuTourMed 2nd Community Building Event “Making tourism more sustainable: Sharing methodologies for a joint action”

The 2nd Community Building Event of the project BleuTourMed will be organised by the MED Sustainable Tourism Community in Athens from 4 to 5 of October 2017, will gather the members of the 14 projects of the Community (ALTER ECO, BLUEISLANDS, BLUEMED, CASTWATER, CO-EVOLVE, CONSUME-LESS, DestiMED, EMbleMatiC, MEDCYCLETOUR, MEDFEST, MITOMED+, ShapeTourism, SIROCCO, TOURISMED) together with BleuTourMed project partners. The Adriatic Ionion Euroregion is one of the six project partners organizing the event. The objective of the event is to harmonise activities in terms of developing common approaches and strategies and testing approaches through pilot demonstration actions. The participants will...

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European Week of Regions and Cities in Brussels. Conference For Better Transport Connectivity

The European Week of Regions and Cities is the biggest event on EU regional and urban policy, open to all stakeholders. It attracts thousands of stakeholders and experts to Brussels to discuss EU Cohesion Policy. In 2017, this event will reach its 15th birthday. It is a moment of both looking back and looking forward, whilst tackling the challenges that the EU regional and urban policy should be addressing, as of today, and over the coming years. In the framework of the European week, the Dubrovnik Neretva region is organising at the European parliament (room: Jan 6Q1) the conference...

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New EU project granted by the Adriatic Ionian Euroregion

The AIE will be partner of a new EU funded project on Employability of Adults starting in November 2017. The project CREATE, Competitive Regions Employability of Adults through Education, has been submitted by a German partner in the framework of the EU Programme Erasmus+ (Support regions to invest better EU funds for Adult Education, KA2 Adult Education) and it has been recently selected for funding. The overall objective is to reduce geographic disparities in educational opportunities and outcomes across and within EU regions. CREATE’ will enhance policy formulation and promote evidence-based AE policy and practice, also by further aligning...

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