SEE Newsletter - April 2014

The main topics of the April issue are: next SEE Annual Event in Ljubljana (24-25 September); Joint SEE/MED Communication Training (Bled, 2-3 June); SEE Photo Competition and SEE website sections dedicated to the 3 new transnational programmes in the South East of Europe.

SEE NEWS
THE LAST SEE ANNUAL EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN LJUBLJANA NEXT 24-25 SEPTEMBER

Slovenia is charing the South East Europe Programme this year. To mark the occasion, the SEE Annual Event 2014 will be organised in Ljubljana next 24 and 25 September. This will be the last annual conference of the SEE Programme, considering the fact that 2015 will be the launch year of the three new transnational programmes in the South East Europe area: Adriatic-Ionian, Balkan-Mediterranean and Danube. The last news about these three new programmes and the achievements gained by the SEE Programme and its projects will be presented during the event.

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SEE/MED COMMUNICATION TRAINING TO INCREASE THE IMPACT OF PROJECTS' RESULTS

The SOUTH EAST EUROPE Programme and the MED Programme organise for the first time a Joint Communication Training that will take place on 2-3 June 2013 in Bled, Slovenia. All SEE projects' communication managers are invited to participate on it to improve the communication activities to be carried out in the last phase of the implementation of their projects.

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CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF YOUR PROJECT THROUGH AN IMAGE

The SEE Programme invites all institutions involved in the 122 SEE projects to participate in the SEE Photo Competition to show through images the cooperation activities and results, and illustrate best the project topics. The best photos will be exhibited during the next SEE Annual Event (Ljubljana, 24-25 September 2014).

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OUR RECOMMENDATIONS
SEE WEBSITE SECTIONS OF THE THREE NEW PROGRAMMES - After the approval of the third transnational programme in the South East Europe area for the programming period 2014-2020 (Balkan-Mediterranean), all updated information about the three new programmes can be found in the specific sections dedicated to these programmes in the SEE website main page (read more).