Photo Contest dedicated to the European Cooperation Day 2020

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Photo Contest dedicated to the European Cooperation Day 2020
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Annually, on September 21, we celebrate EC Day and remind citizens the benefits of cooperating and joining forces within EU cooperation programmes. 2020 is special - it marks 30 years since the start of Interreg that aims to encourage territorial cooperation across borders at the national and regional level.

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Mar

Closing Conference of 2007-2013 Programme Period

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary, acting as the Joint Managing Authority of the Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENPI CBC Programme 2007-2013, has the honour to invite grant beneficiaries of the Programme to the Closing Conference which is to be held in Nyzhnje Solotvyno, Ukraine (Derenivska Kupil Resort) on 21st March, 2019.

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4th Joint Monitoring Committee meeting

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The representatives of national and regional authorities of Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine, members of the Joint Monitoring Committee (JMC) of the Programme, will meet on 20 March, 2019 in Nyzhnje Solotvyno, Ukraine to discuss the pre-contracting of projects awarded within the 1st and 2nd Calls for Proposals, as well as the content of the 3rd Call for Proposal.

Project News

Opening conference of the "Thematic routes of castles" project has been organised

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Opening conference of the project "SMAR.T.OURISM – THE THEMATIC ROUTE OF CASTLES", HUSKROUA/1901/3.1/0020 took place on July 15th and 16th, 2021. Satu Mare County Intercommunity Development Association is the lead beneficiary of the project, and two partner organizations from Ukraine are: Communal Enterprise “Agency of Regional Development and Cross-Border Cooperation “Transcarpathia” of Zakarpattya Oblast Council”, and Onokivska Village Council. Project duration is 24 months, starting with June 1, 2021.

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Workshop within the "Culture in the Mirror" project recently took place in Kalush

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”It was the best experience I have ever had” were the words overheard in the bus. The words belonged to a teenager from Seini Agricultural high school who participated in the intercultural activity Ukrainian Folk Art workshop held within the project "Culture in the mirror - restoration of bay house in Seini (RO) and concert hall in Kalush (UA) into multicultural centers" between July 5-8, 2021 in Kalush, Ukraine. 

 

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COOLMUSEUMS mobile application has been launched

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This year, International Museum Day, 18th of May, had a powerful slogan: “The future of museums: Recover and Reimagine”. On this occasion, in the framework of "Culture Connect - Cultural Mobility in the Border Area" project, Satu Mare County Museum together with The Museum of Ukrainian Culture in Svidnik (Slovakia) and Transcarpathian museum of folk architecture and life of the Transcarpathian regional Council (Uzhgorod, Ukraine) launched a mobile application – COOLMUSEUMS.

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A contest announced within CARPATHIAN FOREST SCHOOLs project

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Regional Tourist Association (TAIF) announces a contest of youth initiatives to raise environmental awareness for communities inhabitants. To participate in the competition are invited: youth, initiative groups, public activists, preschool, secondary and higher education institutions. The advantage will be given to organizations, institutions and initiative groups from communities covering settlements with the mountain status of Kosivsky, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kalusky, Kolomyysky, Nadvirnyansky and Verkhovyna districts of Ivano-Frankivsk region.

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OBWIC project team shares the progress achieved

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Partners in four countries (WWF-Romania, RakhivEcoTour Ukraine, Aggtelek National Park Administration Hungary and SOS BirdLife  Slovakia) and multi-level stakeholders embarked in a dynamic journey called “Open borders for wildlife in the Carpathians” to design and secure transboundary ecological connectivity between habitats. They started this journey to prevent and/ or reverse the trends of diminishing wildlife population. This will furthermore support the maintenance of ecosystem functions and services, for the benefit of local communities and society in general. 

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