Nel quadro del processo di preparazione della Strategia Europea per la macroregione Adriatico-Ionica (Dubrovacko-Neretvanska County), la cui approvazione è prevista entro la fine del 2014, la Regione Emilia-Romagna, quale partner del progetto AdriGov IPA Adriatico CBC 2007/2013, ha organizzato a Bologna, nelle giornate del 27 e 28 maggio 2014, una sessione congiunta dell’Euroregione Adriatico-Ionica. La Regione Emilia-Romagna è membro fondatore dell’Euroregione Adriatico-Ionica, che collega 26 enti territoriali locali e regionali proveniente da tutta la macroarea Adriatico-Ionica (Italia, Grecia, Albania, Montenegro, Croazia, Serbia e Bosnia-Erzegovina). Nell’ambito delle attività dell’EAI, la Regione detiene la Presidente della Commissione tematica sull’Ambiente e la Vicepresidenza della Commissione tematica sul Welfare. Il programma preliminare della due giorni di studi e lavori dell’Euroregione Adriatico-Ionica ha previsto nella giornata del 27 maggio l’illustrazione, il dibattito e l’approvazione di Documenti tematici e Posizioni politiche dell’EAI su alcune politiche settoriali di grande attualità; a seguire, il 28 maggio, l’Assessore Regionale per l’Innovazione, la formazione e la ricerca Prof. Patrizio Bianchi, economista ed ex Rettore dell’Università di Ferrara, ha illustrato in una visita di studio la genesi del modello emiliano, come esempio di modello di sviluppo in cui formazione, sviluppo territoriale e innovazione sono strettamente collegati in un sistema efficace e funzionale.
In the framework of Adrigov project (WP3, activity 3.1) and in collaboration with Municipality of Kotor, Informest and Regional Council of Tirana, it has been a two days working meeting in Podgorica (Montenegro) on the 13th and 14th of May, 2014. The programme for the two days: On May 13 in the morning – AdriGov ITC and PMU project meeting” (AdriGov partners only) On May 13 in the afternoon – Workshop on “Small and Medium Enterprises and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) development – Comparative analysis in IPA Countries” the event is addressed to AdriGov partners and AIE Members. On May 14 in the morning “Committee session of the Adriatic Ionian Euroregion – Commission on Economic Affairs and SMEs” the event is addressed to AdriGov partners and AIE Members. During the workshop, Informest presented to the participants a Comparative analysis on SME and FDI in IPA Countries.
Nel quadro del progetto Adrigov (WP3 , attività 3.1) e in collaborazione con il Comune di Kotor, Informest e il Consiglio Regionale di Tirana, si è svolta una riunione di lavoro di due giorni a Podgorica (Montenegro) il 13 e 14 maggio 2014. Il programma delle due giornate: – Il 13 maggio la mattina – AdriGov ITC e PMU incontro di progetto (solo per i partner AdriGov) Dubrovacko-Neretvanska County – Il 13 maggio nel pomeriggio – Workshop su piccole e medie imprese e investimenti esteri diretti (FDI) sviluppo dell’analisi comparativa nei Paesi IPA, l’evento è rivolto ai partner AdriGov e deputati AIE. – Il 14 maggio la mattina “sessione del Comitato delle Euroregione Adriatico Ionica – Commissione per i problemi economici e le PMI “, l’evento è rivolto ai partner AdriGov e deputati AIE. Durante il workshop è stata presentata da Informest un’analisi comparativa sulle PMI e investimenti diretti esteri nei Paesi IPA. In allegato potete trovare i programmi delle due giornate e il documento d’analisi oggetto della presentazione.
Following the publication of the EC Report concerning the Governance of Macro-Regional Strategies, the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR) – the only macro-regional based organisation – has expressed its satisfaction on the report, especially as regards the proposal to draw on existing regional organisations, as is the case of the CPMR’s Geographical Commissions which bring together the Regions bordering Europe’s main sea basins. Similarly, the CPMR supports the need to jointly address macro-regional strategies and those relating to the sea basins. In this regard, the CPMR asks the Commission to ensure better coordination of the actions led by its different Directorates-General in order to align these strategies better with existing EU sectoral funding. “The driving role of regional governments should be highlighted more in the implementation of macro-regional or sea basin strategies, since regional politicians are closely in tune with the concerns of the citizens living in these territories,” said Annika Annerby Jansson, President of the CPMR and of the Council of Region Skåne (SE). Furthermore, the CPMR regrets the Commission’s static vision of governance based on Member States, national contact points and experts, and calls for the establishment of a flexible and adaptable system of governance, involving politicians, actors working on the ground, and notably regional authorities, who are much closer to citizens’ concerns.
In the framework of AdriGov project, Molise Region has organized in Brussels on 26th June 2014 at the Committee of the Regions, the conference “EU Strategy for the Adriatic and Ionian Region and Synergies with the EU Direct Funding Programmes“. The aim was to open a debate on the forthcoming European Union Strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian region (EUSAIR). The week before the conference, the European Commission presented its strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian macro-region. It is the first macroregional strategy that include EU and non-EU countries in equal measure. The strategy regards eight states (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Greece Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania) and about 70 million of citizens. http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/cooperate/adriat_ionian/index_en.cfm On the financial level, the EU does not provided any additional funding to implement the strategy. So the conference organized by the Molise aimed to involve the stakeholders active in the Adriatic-Ionian area because they need to find innovative approach to mobilize funding opportunities in order to cover the cross-cutting priorities of the EUSAIR. The theme of the conference was to present the main EU Programmes and initiatives and to explore how the EU funds, directly managed by the European Commission, could be functional to the implementation of the strategy. During the meeting the European commission presented the main EU programmes (Creative Europe Erasmus +, Horizon 2020, Cosme etc.)
The Molise Region, within the framework of the Adrigov project, will organize the training course on “Journalism and European Politics”, which will be held at the “Parlamentino” hall of the Presidency of the Molise Region in Campobasso from Monday 29th September to Wednesday 1st October 2014. The workshop is addressed to professional journalists, publicists and practitioners, as well as to young people interested in journalism, communication, bloggers who want to acquire skills in the field of European policies. The participation at the workshop is free. The working language will be Italian.
The Adriatic-Ionian Euroregion is an associate partner of the project COM&CAP Marina-Med. The Lead Partner of the project is the Government of Catalonia, while the other partners are: Molise Region, the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions, Arco Latino and the French Agency for sustainable Mediterranean cities and territories (AVITEM) The project deals with the communication and capitalization of the 13 projects selected under the last call of the Med programme 2007-2014 about the Integrated Maritime Approach issue. More information about the project are available.
On 29th October 2014, in Termoli, will be held the preparatory meeting of the Fisheries Committee of the Adriatic – Ionian Euroregion. The Committee is convened at the Meridian Hotel at 16h00. The meeting will be held in conjunction with the conference “What Future for Fisheries in the Adriatic Ionian Basin”, organized in synergy with the projects CAP COM & Marina-Med Programme (MED 2007-2013) and AdriGov (IPA Adriatic CBC Programme 2007-2013 ). Among the topics of the meeting there will the submission and approval of a declaration of intent about the future joint actions to be taken.
The High-Level Conference on “The Role of the Youth Guarantee in the Implementation of the Structural Fund Programmes 2014-2020” is organised by Molise Region together with the CRPM and Formez Pa, under the auspices of the Italian EU Presidency, with the aim at offering a full picture of the youth employment situation in the EU by discussing on-going trends and practical options for implementing the Youth Guarantee and investigating potential synergies with European Structural and Investment Funds. Particular attention will be paid to the contribution of the CPMR regions which have successfully implemented strategies.
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