Artisans Association of Trento supports the project “Alpeuregio Summer School” in Brussels

On September 16th, the Artisans Association of Trento hosted the “Alpeuregio Summer School 2019” final meeting. Ten young participants received a check covering the fee of the project by President Segatta and the two vice-Presidents Nicola Svaizer and Stefano Debortoli.

Both the director of the Association Nicola Berardi and the director of the Division for European Affairs of the Autonomous Province of Trento Michele Michelini participated in the event. Mr. Michelini expressed his satisfaction with the precious contribution of the association.

The project, which is jointly promoted by the Autonomous Province ofTrento, the Autonomous Province of Bozen and the Land Tyrol, provided the students with the possibility to enjoy an educational experience in the heart of the European Institutions, by deepening their knowledge of the functioning and the priorities of the EU.

 

 

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Euroflash: Local solidarity projects

Solidarity projects aim to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices, as well as the implementation of joint initiatives, the promotion of peer learning and exchanges of experience at local level to address current and future societal challenges in which young people should be the protagonists.

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EU-TIPS: Dissemination workshop “NO NEETs - New Opportunities for the Not in Employment Education or Training”

On 19th September 2019 the EU Liaison Office of the Autonomous Province of Trento hosted the dissemination workshop on the “NO NEETs - New Opportunities for the Not in Employment Education or Training” project, organised by the Employment Agency.

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Euroflash: Music Moves Europe

Music Moves Europe - with this newly launched initiative, the EU Commission wants to get to know the needs of the music industry, respond to the challenges of the sector and sound out the framework conditions for a possible funding programme for this sector from 2021 onwards.

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Newsletter von Tirol vom 26.07.2019

Tirol in Europa 29-19


Der neue Tirol-Newsletter beschäftigt sich unter anderem mit dem Transitgipfel in Berlin, dem 17. EU-Kanada-Gipfel und der Sicherheit der 5G-Netze.

Newsletter vom 26.07.2019

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Euroflash: Communication of cancer risk. JRC selects a South Tyrolean project

Since 2018Matteo Moretti, researcher and lecturer at the Faculty of Design and Arts and co-founder of the Platform on Visual Journalism at the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano, has been looking for new tools to communicate information on cancer risks and stimulate awareness on prevention. The project was born from a collaboration with KnowAndBe.live, a startup that deals with awareness on cancer prevention.

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Euroflash: I-Portunus

I-Portunus is a pilot project, funded by the European Union's Creative Europe programme, to test a mobility programme for artists and culture professionals. It is managed by a consortium led by the Goethe-Institut with Institut français, Izolyatsia and Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts. This type of mobility will become a permanent action under the Creative Europe programme for 2021-2027.

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Flash News: Vanguard Initiative High Level Directors take steps to strengthen the network

On 18 June the Vanguard Initiative held its annual High-level Directors’ Meeting in Brussels. During the meeting, the Directors took several steps forward in strengthening the cooperation within the network. The Directors unanimously elected Region Skåne as new Chair for the 2ndsemester of 2019 and engaged with speakers from the European Commission’s DG RTD and DG GROW on Horizon Europe, technology infrastructures and EU industrial policy.

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Event: EU resources for mobility and transport under the next MFF

05.06.2019

During the event, which took place at the Joint Representation of the Land of Tyrol, the Autonomous Province of Bolzano - South Tyrol and the Autonomous Province of Trento, we had the opportunity to discuss with Lydia Rooney, Policy Director of Unit B.2 Transport Investments of DG MOVE, European Commission, the results of the negotiations on mobility and transport resources. In particular, the CEF and InvestEU were discussed, which will bring together the multitude of EU financial instruments currently available to support investment in the EU.

Background:

EU funds for mobility and transport are direct-managed or shared-managed funding instruments that aims to contribute to the completion of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T), accelerating the decarbonisation and digitisation of the transport sector and promoting research about efficient transport systems. Negotiations are currently under way on the next long-term EU budget for the period 2021-2027. So far, common understandings have been reached between the Council and the European Parliament on the CEF, InvestEU and Horizon Europe. However, the agreements leave aside all budgetary provisions and some horizontal provisions at this stage, pending further progress on the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF).

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EU-TIPS: Trentino Sviluppo co-organizes international workshop on women leadership in sport

Trentino Sviluppo and The School of Sport CONI/Italian Olympic Committee are organizing the international workshop “Women, Leadership & Sport” which will take place in Rome on June 13th, 2019.

We encourage all to support (female) leadership in sport and to participate at this meeting which wishes to be a moment of reflection, motivation and new perspectives and which prospects the participation of great international speakers.

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Flash news: European networks and S3 partnerships come together to support Interregional Innovation Investments for European value chains

Source: Vanguard Initiative

On Monday, June 3rd 2019, European Regions, Interregional Smart Specialisation partnerships and other innovation stakeholders jointly called upon the European Parliament and the Council of the EU to preserve the proposed ‘Interregional Innovation Investments’ component in its key elements.

All EU institutions acknowledge the EU added value of this new component and in particular how it can harness existing potential across less and more developed EU regions to develop EU innovation value chains and to strengthen EU competitiveness. Therefore, upcoming budget negotiations should not put this innovation component at risk.

On May 29, 2018, the European Commission proposed, as part of the European Territorial Cooperation INTERREG regulation, a new INTERREG component 5 on Interregional Innovation Investments. This new component 5, financed at €970 MLN for the period 2021-2027, aims to develop European value chains across Europe through two strands:

  1. support for investments in interregional innovation projects;
  2. support for the development of value chains in less developed regions.

In a new joint statement, European networks and S3 partnerships come together to support the interregional innovation investments. The signatories of the statement include the Vanguard Initiative, EARTO, ERRIN, AER, CPMR, EuroTech Universities, European Network of Living Labs and several interregional S3 partnerships.

Together, the signatories call upon the European Parliament and the Council of the EU to preserve the following key elements of the component, irrespectively of its final regulatory location:

  • Interregional nature, as the main European added value of component 5 is to co-finance Smart Specialisation driven common projects of different EU regions;
  • budget: €970 million for 7 years is a minimum starting point, considering the ambition of the component and the fact that it will be split in two strands;
  • central management: the management of the new instrument should allow swift allocation of resources, addressing effectively fast developing technologies and value chains, while putting regional actors at the core of its governance. It should moreover enable coordination in practice, resolve issues with state aid, capitalise on regulatory attempts to bring synergies in the next Multiannual Financial Framework and provide room for bottom-up processes;
  • openness to third countries: based on mutual benefit, cooperation should be open to third country partners that share the European Union’s values.

You can read the full statement here.

Workshop "Local development through citizens empowerment"

Workshop "Local development through citizens empowerment"

The workshop presented the results of the project LQN (LebensQualität durch Nähe-Quality of life through proximity) carried out by 5 adult education institutions in Austria, Germany and Italy and the European Association for the Education of Adults, which addressed the need of municipalities to empower citizens and improve their involvement in participatory projects to tackle civic and social challenges. The event offered a chance to reflect and discuss the role of education in fostering local and regional development, and how active citizens' participation can benefit the life of the communities.

28 May 2019, from 1 to 5 pm at the Common Representation of the European Region Tyrol - South Tyrol – Trentino

AGENDA OF THE WORKSHOP

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Flash-News: LIFE Awards 2019: LIFE+ TEN and LIFE WOLFALPS among the finalists

On May 16th 2019, the LIFE awards were presented at the European Green Week in Brussels.

Among the 15 finalists, within those selected for the Nature category, there were also LIFE+ TEN and LIFE WOLFALPS.

The first, LIFE+ TEN (Trentino Ecological Network), is a project that was developed from 2012 to 2017 in order to achieve a better management and long-term restoration of the Natura 2000 Network under the responsibility of the Autonomous Province of Trento. The approach was based on a "multi-purpose" ecological network articulated in the Reti di Riserve, provided for by Law 11/2007 to increase the biodiversity of Trentino through a decentralised management that actively involves the local communities.

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