CBCMed library, a knowledge sharing platform showcasing the concrete results of funded projects

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A guide of ecotourism best practices in the Mediterranean, a plan for the strategic development of the Sousse city in Tunisia, a set of recommendations for boosting the investments of economic diasporas, a mobile app to find the nearest restaurants offering authentic Mediterranean food: these are some of the contents that you will find in our library, a knowledge platform designed to highlight the tangible results of the 95 cooperation projects funded in the framework of the ENPI CBC Med 2007-2013 Programme.

The library offers the possibility to look for a specific project by its acronym and search the database by different criteria such as thematic cluster and type of deliverable.

We invite you to explore the library if you want to learn about the concrete achievements of cross-border cooperation in the Mediterranean area and to get inspired while drafting a project idea under the new ENI CBC Med Programme.

Please note that project deliverables are currently being uploaded so do not hesitate to visit the library on a regular basis.

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REGISTER NOW – Cross-border cooperation in the Mediterranean: achievements and new challenges in focus during ‘NextMed’ Conference

The Joint Managing Authority is pleased to invite you to the ‘NextMed’ Conference which will take place on December 12, 2014 in Rome in order to mark the passage to the ENI (European Neighbourhood Instrument) CBC Med 2014-2020 Programme.

The Conference, sponsored by the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, aims to showcase the achievements of Cross-Border Cooperation in the Mediterranean region and highlight coming challenges under the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI).

The event will gather a wide range of actors of the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation among political, EU and project representatives. Participants will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the strategy, objectives and priorities of the new ENI CBC Med Programme. In addition, an exhibition will offer a journey through the 95 projects funded by the ENPI CBC Med 2007-2013 Programme.

Agenda (draft 19.11.2014)
I wish to register in the NextMed Conference

Registration ONLY for ENPI CBC Med funded projects

Due to the limited availability of seats, early registration is strongly recommended.

Practical information

Conference venue
Hotel Parco dei Principi
Via Gerolamo Frescobaldi, 5 Rome

Schedule
From 8.00 (registration and visit to projects’ exhibition) to 18.30

Please note that two thematic workshops focusing on ENPI CBC Med funded projects will run in parallel in the afternoon:

1. Projects dealing with “Socio-economic development” including Business and SMEs development, Support to education, research, technological development and innovation and Promotion of social inclusion and fight against poverty;

2. Projects dealing with “Environmental sustainability” including Water, Waste, Renewable energy and energy efficiency, Integrated Coastal Zone Management.

When registering online, participants are kindly requested to choose which workshop they wish to attend.

‘NextMed’ Conference, Rome 12 December 2014

The Joint Managing Authority is pleased to invite you to the ‘NextMed’ Conference which will take place on December 12, 2014 in Rome in order to mark the passage to the ENI CBC Med 2014-2020 Programme.

The Conference, supported by the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, aims to showcase the achievements of Cross-Border Cooperation in the Mediterranean region and highlight coming challenges under the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI).

The event will gather a wide range of actors of the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation among political, EU and project representatives. Participants will have the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the strategy, objectives and priorities of the new ENI CBC Med Programme. In addition, an exhibition will offer a unique journey through the 95 projects funded by the ENPI CBC Med 2007-2013 Programme.

Detailed information as well as the agenda and registration form will be available soon on the Programme’s  website: www.enpicbcmed.eu

Mare Nostrum: new cross-border ICZM initiative

Source: http://www.jpost.com

The European Union has awarded a multinational Mediterranean preservation project – led by a Technion professor – a grant of 4.3 million euros to develop mechanisms for protecting the basin’s coastline.

The three-year project, called Mare Nostrum, is receiving funding as part of the European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument’s Cross-Border Cooperation in the Mediterranean Program.

Aiming to bridge the legalinstitutional gap in the implementation of Mediterranean policies on “integrated coastal zone management” (ICZM), Mare Nostrum has 11 partners from Israel, Jordan, Malta, Greece and Spain as well as advisers from Turkey, Germany and Italy.

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“From hill to hill” : Tunisia promotes Mediterranean art

Source: MedGov

On March 2013, Tunisia will host, with the cooperation of the Association “24h pour l’Art Contemporain”, the Goethe Institute and the EU, a three-day cultural event on the hills of Sidi Bou Said, Takrouna and Chenini called  “De colline en colline”.

The idea is to gather Tunisian, Mediterranean and European artists in three different cities to promote both tourism and contemporary art. Each artist has the possibility to show his own universe, personal view of landscapes and new perspective of the region.

The event will take place at :

  •           Sidi Bou Said  on March  9th and 10th
  •          Takrouna, Enfidha, north eastern Tunisia on March 16th and 17th
  •         Chenini, Tatauin, south Tunisia on March 23rd ad 24th

For contacts and more information visit :

http://enpi-info.eu/mainmed.php?id=2669&id_type=12&lang_id=450

ENPI CBC MED: Programme announces its Mid-Term Conference

Source: ENPI CBC MED

Rome, 17thand 18thJuly 2012

Current and future challenges of cross-border cooperation in the Mediterranean will be the main focus of  the Programme Mid-Term Conference, which will take place in Rome on 17th and 18th July.

Besides examining the results achieved so far by the Programme, the Conference intends to constitute a platform for reflection and exchanges on the future opportunities of cooperation in the Euro-Mediterranean region.

In the framework of the drafting of the new EU Regulations related to the Neighbourhood Policy, the Conference aims at analyzing to what extent this Policy, especially its cross-border component, has changed the Euro-Mediterranean relations. The Conference is also designed to collect the expectations from the main concerned stakeholders in view of the coming 2014-2020 EU programming period.

The event will gather a wide range of actors representing governments, EU institutions, regional authorities, municipalities and the civil society. In addition, large attention will be given to the projects funded by the Programme.

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ENPI CBCMED: Registrations to the events of the second call for standard projects

The Joint Managing Authority is pleased to announce that the registrations are now open for the events organised in the framework of the second call for standard projects.

The 10 events will offer ample opportunities for interested actors to get familiar with rules of the call, ask questions on the Application Pack, meet other organizations and share project ideas.

Please check ENPI CBC MED website for details on venues and dates.