The presentations of the seminars INCLUSIVE and ACCESSIBLE SEE are now available

The presentations given during the seminars 'INCLUSIVE SEE: Capitalising experiences for inclusive growth and job creation in the Southeast Europe area 2014+' and 'ACCESSIBLE SEE: Coordinating the results of SEE projects for improved accessibility across the region' which took place last 17th and 18th September in Split (Croatia) are now available. 

     

164 people attended those seminars which were the third and fourth thematic events organised by the SEE Programme with the aim of helping to prepare in better conditions the future of transnational cooperation and the two new transnational programmes in the area. The Split Seminars gathered experts related to the themes and partners of SEE projects belonging to the thematic poles as identified within the SEE Capitalisation Strategy.

The seminars, apart from having been an opportunity for the Thematic Poles to fine-tune their synergies/capitalisation process, were a unique moment for project partners to influence the future of Territorial Cooperation in the area. It aimed at achieving some concrete conclusions from the different workshops which could be a valid input for the preparation of the new transnational cooperation programmes in the area, Danube and South East Gateway, considering the future topics to be covered, the legacies of the current programming period to be maintained and the needed changes to be implemented.

A final document with the seminar outcomes will be prepared and presented to the two new programmes Task Forces to be taken into consideration in the debates about the future programming period. These outcomes will be published soon in the SEE website.

The experience gained by the projects during their implementation activities should help us to prepare in better conditions the future of transnational cooperation and the programmes in the Southeast of Europe in the framework of the debates on the next programming period. In parallel to this, the South East Europe Programme has created a Thematic Capitalisation Strategy to streamline the process of synergies between projects and the opportunity for capitalising on results of previous initiatives. The Capitalisation Strategy strengthen the links between projects working on similar topics (Thematic Poles), to enable projects to exploit and consolidate one another's achievements and create a higher leverage effect. This will enhance the visibility and impact of both projects and Programme and it will derive valuable inputs and recommendations in view of the upcoming programming period contributing to the design and/or implementation of future transnational cooperation processes.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                The different Thematic Poles organised a workshop during the thematic seminars in which, thanks to some guiding questions, they could analise the impact of the results achieved by the SEE Programme, study how to better involve key stakeholders in the projects and debate the thematic approach of the future programmes in the area. These are the presentations given during the seminars:

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Seminar INCLUSIVE SEE: Capitalising experiences for inclusive growth and job creation in the Southeast Europe area 2014+:
- The SEE Programme: experience gained and the future of Transnational Cooperation in the Programme area
Mr Gusztav Csomor - Head of Project Development and Management Unit SEE JTS
The SEE Thematic Capitalisation Strategy and aims of the seminar
Mr Eloy Gomez - Communication Manager SEE JTS

Workshops of the following poles:

Pole 11: Employment and Demographic Change. Presentation by the Pole leader.

Pole 12: Urban Development. Presentation by the expert.

Pole 13: Cultural Resources

   

    

Seminar ACCESSIBLE SEE: Coordinating the results of SEE projects for improved accessibility across the region:

Mr Gusztav Csomor - Head of Project Development and Management Unit SEE JTS

Mr Eloy Gomez - Communication Manager SEE JTS

- The European Union position towards TRANSPORT policies and strategies, their application at national level and in the SEE area
Ms Dubravka Djurkan Horvat - Ministry of Transport of Croatia
- The European Union position towards ICT policies and strategies, their application at national level and in the SEE area                              Mr Blaž Golob - Center for eGovernance Development

Workshops of the following poles:

Pole 7: Multimodal Accessibility to Primary Networks

Pole 8: Regional Mobility

Pole 9: Greener Transport Systems

Pole 10: Access to Quality ICT