Go_Net_Regions

Contribution To A Governance Network Of Regions In Central Europe

 

Lead Partner:

German Association for Housing, Urban and Spatial Development, Berlin, Germany

Contact:

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Duration:

05/2012 – 06/2014

Website:

www.deutscher-verband.org



The Go_Net_Regions project aims at initiating and/or contributing to a cooperation and communication process between local stakeholders (including those which are not covered by the core-sphere of the corridor) and to make communication within networks consistent.


Firstly it is about evaluating the current strategic developments on an EU-level, keeping in sight the specific regional conditions. A second approach of Go_Net_Regions is to act on and communicate recommendations and demands on topics and fields of work of new funding programmes (INTERREG V). Thirdly, the project is aiming for a common action plan or informal agreement, which defines the most important future areas of cooperation, providing the basis for a stakeholder network. Economic cooperation will be at the core of these actions.


review of the latest Governance-Processes and activities within a corridor region was established, including the mapping of all involved stakeholders and the extent of their involvement.


Currently in preparation is a series of stakeholder dialogues. As a result meetings have been prepared with partners from the Metropolitan Region of Nuremberg, the Chamber of Commerce region Veneto, representatives from the Region of Lower Silesia and possibly the Czech Republic. These will be carried out in small groups to allow extensive dialogue and in-depth discussions. In addition to these already scheduled meetings, one or two more are planned in the near future. The German Association as sole implementing institution leads and prepares contributions to these processes.

 

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FACTS &

FIGURES

DANUBE PROGRAMME 2014-2020
  • EU Funds: 202 million Euro

  • Participating states: Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Montenegro, the Republic of Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine

 

PRIORITIES
  • Strengthening research, technological development and innovation

  • Protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency

  • Promoting sustainable transport and removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures

  • Enhancing institutional capacity and an efficient public administration