Governmental partners

 

CESCI seeks after a close cooperation with Hungarian government bodies in order to represent interests and information at national level, as well as to assist the work of local players by the implementation of ideas and concepts generated on upper level.

In recent years, we managed to build the most direct professional relation with the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, more accurately, with its Section of Cross-Border Co-operations for Territorial Administration. The cooperation includes the forums for consultations concerning EGTCs, preparation of legal provisions, the organisation of joint events and the development of background materials.

Within the framework of a strategic cooperation we work together with the Budapest Danube Contact Point of the European Investment Bank, especially regarding the preparation of cross-border development and investments and the enforcement of the macro-regional approach. We are engaged in the work of the Hungarian Interministerial Working Group of the EU Strategy for Danube Region and we regularly harmonize our presence with the Office of the EU Danube Strategy operating within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Since 2010, we have developed professional relationship through the cross-border aspects of spatial development with the Ministry for National Economy and its strategic background institution, the Office for National Economic Planning.

Regarding the topic of cross-border infrastructure development our partner is the Ministry of National Development, as well as its two background institutions, the Coordination Center for Transport Development and the Institute for Transport Sciences.

We work together with a number of other public institutions on an ad-hoc basis within the framework of a concrete project or initiative. Thanks to these professional relationships we can emphasize the importance of cross-border cooperation and the cross-border approach even at governmental level, which makes us able to pass those information to local actors necessary for their work.

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//2018.12.18.

The Central European Service for Cross-border Initiatives, founded in 2009, celebrates its 10 years of operation next year. The event will be celebrated on April 25-26, 2019 with a two-day conference. Details will be published on our website soon.

//2018.12.12.

The MOT will hold its general assembly and annual conference on 20-21 March in Annemasse and Geneva, at the invitation of Annemasse Agglo and the Metropolitan Pole of the French Genevois, members of the MOT’s network. More details here soon.

//2018.12.08.

At the 7th EUSDR Annual Forum in Sofia, a Story Map has been launched by the European Commission's Joint Reasearch Institute. The map shows the Eu funded projects, focusing on tourism, culture, bike routes etc. People can virtually wander along the Danube river, while gather information about different topics. It shows the beauty and potential of the region, while provides a leraning opportunity about cultural and natural heritage. You can find the Story Map here.

//2018.12.04.

The 8th European Summit of Regions and Cities, to be held in Bucharest, will gather EU, national, local and regional leaders from across Europe to discuss the future of the European Union and how to involve the citizens more effectively in the European project through local and regional authorities. For further information please click here.

//2018.12.01.

The Third call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme will be open soon! Check out the Third Call section at the DTP website and find everything you need to know about it and keep yourself updated for more to come! Start working on your project ide today. If you are looking for partners, see our project market area here.

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