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INTERREG IVC - instruction for use seminar,

2 December, Ruse (Bulgaria)

INTERREG IVC Information Point (a body constituted in order to provide information as well as to promote the programme in a defined area) East is delighted to invite you to an INTERREG IVC – instruction for use seminar on 2 December 2010 in Ruse (Bulgaria). This is a promotional event organised by the INTERREG IVC Information Point East with the support of the Bulgarian Ministry for Regional Development and Public Works and the Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism.

Details about the content of the seminar are indicated in the agenda for the event.

We will throw some light onto the heart of the matter ‘interregional co-operation projects’ – what can such projects do for EU regions? why is it worth joining? what does it take to join?
You can learn about the specific type of project activities financed, about the key quality criteria for supported projects, and, most importantly, about what project partners have already achieved through INTERREG IVC. Four interactive workshops addressing the programme sub-themes (thematic sub-objectives under a given programme priority) of ‘Entrepreneurship and SMEs’, ‘Employment, human capital and education’, ‘Waste prevention and management’ and ‘Energy and sustainable transport’ will lead you to find out how you can use INTERREG IVC for the benefit of your regions as well. For more details on the content of the seminar please see the agenda. Information on how to reach the venue is available in the practical information sheet.


The Ruse event addresses regional development stakeholders from the Information Point East’s area, i.e. Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. Specific focus is placed upon East area regions with only a few or no project partners in interregional cooperation (Part of the C strand of the ETC (as well as of the former Interreg III Community Initiative), its aim is to promote exchange and transfer of knowledge and best ...) projects as yet:

· Salzburg, Tirol and Vorarlberg (Austria);
· Dobrich, Targovishte, Schumen, Ruse,
Montana, Pleven, Lovech, Smolyan,
Kardzhali, Haskovo (Bulgaria);
· Liberecký kraj, Pardubický kraj,
Královéhradecký kraj, Karlovarský kraj
(the Czech Republic);
· Veszprém, Bács-Kiskun, Heves, Nógrád,
Zala, Tolna and Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok
(Hungary);
· Podlaskie, Świętokrzyskie, Podkarpackie,
Lubuskie (Poland);
· Bacău, Suceava, Vaslui, Botosani,
Călărasi, Teleorman, IalomiŃa, ConstanŃa,
GalaŃi, Vrancea (Romania);
· Žilinský kraj, Banskobystrický kraj,
Nitriansky kraj, Trenčiansky kraj, Trnavský
kraj (Slovakia);
· Jugovzhodna Slovenija, Spodnjeposavska
(Slovenia).

In order to participate please complete the Registration Form and...see you soon in Ruse!