The Programme offers a wide range of opportunities to the potential beneficiaries in the frame of two priorities- Sustainable Environment and Tourism and Co-operative Economy and Intercommunity Human Resource Development.
Various activities could be be eligible for financing, such as infrastructure developments serving the protection of nature and natural values; elaboration of joint programmes, studies, strategies for the improvement of environmental protection; construction and designation of new cycling routes; development of tourism attractions and of related infrastructural facilities; creating and promoting pathways to integration and re-entry into employment for disadvantaged people; development of infrastructural and equipment capacities in the field of research; preparation of joint feasibility studies; development of common curricula and of joint training facilities; people to people activities like organising festivals, performances, theatrical tours, concerts, exhibitions, art workshops, charity events, cross-border amateur sport championships and tournaments; and activities to reduce language barriers.
Europe in my Region photo competition
21 July 2015
The fourth edition of the Europe in my Region photo competition was launched by the European Commission. The competition will run until 28 August, followed by a public vote. The three winners will win a trip for two to Brussels during the Open Days (European Week of cities and regions) in...
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Planning 2014: Survey on Co-operation
07 July 2015
As part of the finalisation of the Interreg V-A Hungary-Croatia Co-operation Programme 2014- 2020 all organisations active in the cross-border area are invited to take part in the short online data-collecting survey on cross-border co-operation activities.
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