Report on interregional and cross-border cooperation

summary of structural policies 1993-1999.

Publisher: Directorate-General for Regional Policies in Brussels

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Introduction and positioning of Interreg Jessica Monteyne Programme manager Interreg IVA France-Wallonia-Flanders. On both counts, cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation initiatives – referred to as Arctic regional cooperation (ARC) in this paper - have an important role to play. Due to increased economic and social interdependence and ever closer European integration, such initiatives have proliferated across Europe in the last two Author: Arno Van Der Zwet, John Bachtler, Irene McMaster. environmental crime. The development of statutory enforcement agencies has struggled to keep pace with such change, and issues such as jurisdiction restrict efforts to foster better cross-border cooperation against crimes like illegal logging. These factors lead to a situation where environmental crimes offer high profits and minimal risk. The second collection brochure of interregional cooperation projects, co-financed by the INTERREG IVC programme and the European Regional Development Fund, offers an overview of the seventy-four.

The preparation of the EU cross border cooperation programmes for the period of is drawing to an end. During the process of the preparation of the programme with the EU member states, it was necessary to draw up the report on the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of the Programme.   18 Report 17 / THE RUSSIAN ARCTIC: POTENTIAL FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Nikel and Kirkenes are a success story of cooperation between two cities that may develop into a cross-border special economic zone with a common labour market, housing and synchronised work schedules. He has published widely about local self-government, regionalism, federalism, interregional and cross-border co-operation, regions with legislative powers, the Austrian political system, about the local and regional dimension in the Council of Europe and the Committee of the Regions. "This book offers a general view of the most prominent aspects in the development of foreign action around the world, dealing with topics such as the repercussions upon subnational autonomy of the progressive constitution of diverse international regimes - the European Union, NAFTA, APEC - or the complex relations between growing subnational foreign action and the contemporary conditions for.

Hashimoto () mentioned the presence of an ethnic group living on both sides of the border between Myanmar and Thailand as promoting cross-border communication and cooperation. Regional cooperation involves cooperative networks of local and regional public, private, and nonprofit bodies, working with higher levels of government, that focus their economic development efforts for the benefit of their region or group of regions as a by: 6. international cooperation, have yielded great and including by addressing cross-sectoral and cross- border issues and leveraging innovative multi-stakeholder book, known as the Katowice. Conference of European Cross-border and Interregional City Networks (CECICN) The Conference of European Cross-border and Interregional City Networks (CECICN) is an EU platform representing almost 37% of the European population and cities involved in a Territorial Cooperation. CECICN is an alliance of the following networks.

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Cross-border cooperation among the Eastern neighbours of the European Union can be understood as a new approach to public policy and border governance in the : Tatiana Shaban. Study on Cross-border Cooperation in Healthcare March 2 Annex I: Healthcare system vulnerabilities to fraud – the cases of Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Spain Belgium: Funding of healthcare is through compulsory income-based social security contributions that are paid by both the employer and employee, as well as through out-File Size: 1MB.

EXPH Report on Cross-border Cooperation, which would potentially benefit from greater formal cross-border cooperation and collaboration in health care provision.

for Interregional. Cross-border cooperation in the EU: Euroregions amid multilevel governance and reterritorialization. Today, cross-border cooperation promoted by Euroregions all over the European Union is a consolidating reality.

The article focuses on Euroregions as formal organizations in the field of cross-border. COST has clearly shown its strength in non-competitive research, in pre-normative cooperation and in solving environmental and cross-border problems and problems of public utility.

It has been successfully used to maximise European synergy and added value in research co-File Size: KB. The Detroit-Windsor region is linked by the automotive industry, significant cross-border labor and recreation flows, cultural similarities, and social problems stemming from the economic downturn.

According to theories of cross-border cooperation this case should be one characterized by a degree of institutional integration and intermunicipal by: INTERREG.

EUROPEAN TERRITORIAL CO-OPERATION (ETC, commonly known as "INTERREG") INTERREG is a European Union initiative that aims to promote and stimulate cooperation between regions and member states. The current programme is INTERREG IV, which runs from -and is funded under the European Regional Development Fund.

We can investigate different models of cross-border cooperation: Bilateral partnerships, cross border alliances, clusters, as well as networks.

The phenomenon of diverse but effective cross-border cooperation helps to overcome interregional differences, as well as enabling to achieve a synergistic combination of various potentials and resources.

EGTC 2 Good Practice Booklet List of abbreviations Abbreviation Full term AEBR Association of European Border Regions CBC Cross-border cooperation CEF Connecting Europe Facility CIVEX Commission of Citizenship, Governance, Institutional and External Affairs of the Committee of the.

This is a review of issues and problems, including cross-border disputes, arising during customs examination and sampling in the Russian Federation and the European Union. The Customs Union of the Russian Federation, Republic of Kazakhstan, and the Republic of Belarus was formed in accordance with the Agreement of 6 October Author: E Limonov Leonid.

Abstract. The development of Pacific Russia is becoming an increasingly important policy initiative for the Russian government. The chapter sets out to analyse two distinct forms of cooperation taking place, cross-border and interregional collaboration, which are vitally important for the socio-economic development of the : Victor Larin.

Cross-border cooperation networks between public, civil or private organisations were detected based mainly on data received from interviews and surveys, and also from other sources such as the project databases of recent CBC programmes operating in the different case study areas (CSAs). With the aim of strengthening cross-border cooperation and improving health opportunities in cross-border regions, the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion and the euPrevent | EMR Foundation organized a study tour in Szeged, Hungary, on 22–24 August As a cross-border cooperation organization, comprising the Aachen Region Association in Germany, the Dutch province of Limburg, the Belgian provinces of Limburg and Liège, as well as the German-speakingFile Size: 1MB.

the cross-border cooperation essential to effectively countering these more recent, transnational threats externally oriented nature of the terrorist threats in North Africa and the Sahel make cross-border as well as interregional cooperation essential to effective counterterrorism.

Yet as. Medeiros E (d) From Cross-Border Cooperation to Cross-Border Planning, Open Days, Book of Papers. University Master Class, USA, pp – Google Scholar Medeiros E () Territorial Impact Assessment and Cross-Border by: 3. Cross-border projects are a substantial part of the sample, w of interregional connections being between regions of different countries.

25 of the then 27 EU countries have projects with all or all but one other country. AEBR's White Book on European Border regions points out that cross-border cooperation is a policy framework task for the European Union which must be implemented at the regional/local level in partnership with the national bodies: "There is a need to make progress towards elaborating a more uniform and comprehensive typology of European border.

The introduction of cultural policies as part of public policies of cities and regions (also cross-border cities and regions) had raised additional demand for such professionals, and this demand is backed by numerous projects of UNESCO or the European Union (e.g., COST Action Writing Urban Places.

New Narratives of the European City). Downloadable. The European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) is a European legal instrument designed to facilitate and promote cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation.

It was introduced in to enable public authorities of various Member States to team up and deliver joint services, without requiring a prior international agreement to be signed and ratified by.

With specific regard to borders, a particular European characteristic of this research focus has been a more contextually sensitive understanding of the socio-political nature of cross-border cooperation. More directly, cross-border cooperation is defined by political projects carried out by private, state and, to an extent, third sector actors.

interregional cooperation) of European Territorial Cooperation, particularly in view of the future of ETC beyond ; − to organise events that reflect the needs and interests of the EGTC Platform members and the members of the CoR Interregional Group on cross-border cooperation and in this respect it is.

Facilitating cooperation between actors and between territories. AEIDL provides comprehensive advice and support to European cooperation projects, be they transnational, cross-border or interregional.

The World Drug Report was prepared by the Research and Trend Analysis Branch, interregional and international cooperation they achieve results.

It is encouraging to see the international community maintaining its commitment to cross-border coop - eration at the core of its efforts to address the drug.

Interact is an EU programme, funded by ERDF, focused on service delivery to support cooperation programmes (Interreg, Interreg IPA-CBC and ENI CBC). The program supports cross-border cooperation of EU and non-EU countries and is part of the structural and investment policy of the European Union.

Interreg follows three standards (standard A: cross-border cooperation; standard B: transnational cooperation and standard C: interregional cooperation) that mainly differ from the funding regions.

SaarLorLux or Saar-Lor-Lux (also SarLorLux in French), a portmanteau of Saarland, Lorraine and Luxembourg, is a euroregion of five regional authorities located in four European states.

The term has also been applied to cooperations of several of these authorities or of their subdivisions, administrations, organisations, clubs and : Euroregion. The General Report brings you up to date on how the EU is delivering on its 10 priorities, including action to boost jobs and the economy and the trade deals with Canada and Japan.

Learn too about how the EU is tackling the challenge of migration and about major new cooperation on defence and security. future cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation projects all over Europe.

At public events participants received promotional items (notepads, pens etc.). The Programme dedicated website in all three language versions was continuously updated, 38 news articles were published (news. tional, interregional or cross-border.” However, cross-border co-operation is necessary for territorial cohesion not only through such activities as exchange of experiences and assessment of best practices.

Cross-border co-operation always adds value (European, political, institutional, economic. Welcome to Interreg Europe. This is the policy learning programme for public authorities.

Whether you are searching for information on funding opportunities, you want to find project partners and exchange on your ideas, or you want to know what interregional cooperation has brought to your region, is the place to be.ITEM's scientific staff produces scientific output within the scope of cross-border Euregional mobility and cooperation issues.

Furthermore publications on the activities of ITEM and its accomplishments are published, as well as press publications regarding ITEM and cross-border matters respectively.Hammer, N.

() Cross-border Cooperation under Asymmetry – The Case of an Interregional Trade Union Council, European Journal of Industrial Relations 16 (4), ISSN Hammer, N.

() International Framework Agreements: Global Industrial Relations between Rights and Bargaining. Transfer 9(4). ISSN