INTERREG IVC library

This page provides an overview of publications, videos, exhibitions and other publicity material produced by the INTERREG IVC programme.

Publications

  • INTERREG IVC  project collections
    • Interregional Cooperation - First collection 

      First call approved projects: summary each project's aims and objectives, along with partnership and funding details.

      July 2009, updated October 2012

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      Interregional Cooperation - Second collection

      Second call approved projects: summary each project's aims and objectives, along with partnership and funding details. 

      June 2010, updated October 2012

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      Interregional Cooperation - Third collection

      Third and fourth call approved projects: summary each project's aims and objectives, along with partnership and funding details.

      September 2012

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Other INTERREG IVC publications

  • General
    • INTERREG IVC factsheet

      Factsheet: what is INTERREG IVC

      Short information about the INTERREG IVC programme, its goals and links for further information.

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      INTERREG IVC presentation leaflet

      INTERREG IVC presentation leaflet

      Information about the INTERREG IVC programe (territory, co-financing rates, types of interventions).

      January 2009

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      Key features of Capitalisation projects

      Key features of Capitalisation projects

      Capitalisation projects are in the spotlight with the publication 'Key features of Capitalisation projects', providing examples, challenges and solutions for these particular transfer projects.

      November 2009

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      Solidarity works

      Solidarity works! How Regions improve thanks to cooperation

      Showing how interregional cooperation benefits both 'advanced' and 'less-advanced' regions through some specific examples of good practice transfer is the objective of this first 'results' brochure.

      November 2011

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      Behind the scenes

      Behind the scenes - Monitoring interregional projects

      This brochure provides an insight into the serious and careful way European money is monitored and managed through cooperation projects by INTERREG IVC.

      November 2012

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  • Area specific
    • IP East: Experience - Cooperation - Development

      Experience - Cooperation - Development: Regions of enlarged Europe sharing solutions

      Information Point East edited a brochure, on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the 2004 enlargement, examining how the eight countries of this area have benefitted from interregional cooperation.

      June 2009

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      IP North: Better policies through interregional cooperation

      Better policies through interregional cooperation: Experience and good practice from the North area countries

      Information Point North edited a brochure focusing on the good practices already identified by projects involving partners from the eight countries of this area. Given the large overlap with the Baltic Sea macro-region area, possible synergies between this programme and the EU strategy are described.

      March 2011

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      INTERREG IVC West area regions

      INTERREG IVC West area regions - Benefitting from interregional cooperation

      Information Point West produced a brochure focusing on the benefits of interregional cooperation in the West area, covering the seven countries of Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

      September 2012

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      Interregional cooperation in South area regions

      Interregional cooperation in South area regions

      Information Point South produced an overview of interregional cooperation in the six countries of the South area: Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal and Spain.

      May 2013

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Web-documentary 'Stories of Changing Regions'

The INTERREG IVC programme invited journalists Stéphane Siohan and Mathieu Sartre to explore the impact of these policy changes on those directly affected.  The resulting web-documentary, ‘Stories of Changing Regions’, provides a window on the men and women involved in European cooperation.

 

Find out how a city surrounded by water is constantly striving to find better ways of involving locals to deal with climate change; how an elderly rural patient can have his condition monitored from home by the hospital; how residents of a small village in Sweden were inspired to boost their tourist economy; or how a Warsaw resident's commute has gotten easier thanks to the city's improvements in public transport.

More information about the web-documentary.

INTERREG IVC Quiz

Launched on the occasion of the European Cooperation day 2012, the INTERREG IVC online quiz is part of the actions to make European Territorial Cooperation more visible in the European-wide context.

Answer 10 questions and test your knowledge on interregional cooperation with our fun 'quiz'!

Exhibitions

INTERREG IVC exhibition on good practices

INTERREG IVC developed an exhibition which consists of 11 interactive thematic stands and gives an overview of about 60 good practices identified by the projects. The exhibition encourages visitors to have a closer look at the INTERREG IVC online good practice database, which now has over 800 examples of good practices. They are accessible to all EU regions on the INTERREG IVC website.

The exhibition thematic stands present all 10 sub-themes of the INTERREG IVC thematic priorities. One additional stand is devoted to the INTERREG IVC programme and also presents the Thematic programme capitalisation.

This exhibition is a tool for presenting the results of the interregional cooperation. The stands are targeted at practitioners who are looking for inspiring ideas and practices which could be transferred to their own country in order to improve their policies.

List of the stands and projects presented:

  1. Employment, human capital and education
    DART, ESF6CIA, GENDER4GROWTH, IES, PADIMA, PEOPLE, SMART EUROPE, SOLIDARCITY, UNICREDS, WINNET 8
  2. Entrepreneurship and SMEs
    CIE, ENSPIRE EU, MITKE, PROSPECTS, REGIO-CRAFTS
  3. Information society
    DC, DLA, ENGAGE, IMMODI, I-SPEED, OSEPA, RTF
  4. Innovation, research & technology development
    DISTRICT+, ECOREGIONS, ERMIS, FRESH, MKW
  5. Biodiversity and preservation of natural heritage, air quality
    CITEAIR II, PERIURBAN, REVERSE
  6. Cultural heritage and landscape
    B-TEAM, EUROSCAPES, PRESERVE, VITOUR LANDSCAPE
  7. Energy and sustainable transport
    CO2FREE, EPTA, FLIPPER, LOCARE, POWER, REGIONS4GREENGROWTH, RETS
  8. Natural and technological risks, climate change
    CIVPRO, CLIMACTREGIONS, ERCIP, EUFOFINET, F:ACTS!, HERITPROT, MISRAR, PROMPT
  9. Waste prevention and management
    C2CN, PRE-WASTE, SUFALNET4EU, W2E
  10. Water management
    SUPORTS, SUSTAIN, WATERCORE, WF
  11. INTERREG IVC (Good practice database, Thematic Capitalisation)

Detailed information about the exhibition and technical requirements for hosting it can be found here.

According to your needs, all or some of the stands can be displayed at different institutions, events, and workshops. If you are interested in hosting this exhibition in your country, please contact Petra Polaskova.

INTERREG IVC exhibition on Thematic Capitalisation

The exhibition consists of 13 easily transportable roll-up banner-type stands that present INTERREG IVC Thematic Capitalisation topics.

The stands can be requested for display in your events as a full set or individually.

 

List of the stands and topics:

  1. Innovation systems
  2. Innovation capacity of SMEs
  3. Eco-Innovation
  4. Creative industries
  5. Entrepreneurship
  6. E-government services
  7. Demographic change
  8. Rural development
  9. Climate change
  10. Energy efficiency
  11. Renewable energy
  12. Sustainable development
  13. General stand on the INTERREG IVC Thematic capitalisation with a list of all topics
As of 31 December 2015, this website is no longer updated. Follow news on interregional cooperation at www.interregeurope.eu