SEE Newsletter - November 2013

The main topics of the issue are: the SEE Thematic Capitalisation Initiative; the resolution of the additional ENPI call for partners from Moldova; the events recently organised by the SEE Programme: thematic seminars Inclusive SEE and Accessible SEE and SEE Annual Event 2013; the SEE videos and the new website section Outputs Library. 

SEE NEWS
THE SEE THEMATIC CAPITALISATION STRATEGY STARTS TO ACHIEVE VALUABLE RESULTS

The SEE Programme designed some months ago the SEE Thematic Capitalisation Strategy with the aim of streamlining the process of creating synergies between projects and capitalising on results, considering the wealth of knowledge generated by the 122 SEE transnational partnerships.

To enable SEE projects to exploit and consolidate one another's achievements and create a higher leverage effect, 14 Thematic Poles including projects working on similar topics were identified. Since the launch of the initiative during the SEE Annual Event 2013, several joint activities have been planned or already took place involving different SEE projects. Moreover, the SEE Programme has organised thematic events to support the process.

The SEE Capitalisation Strategy will allow to enhance the visibility and impact of both projects and Programme and to derive invaluable inputs and recommendations in view of the upcoming programming period.


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NEW PARTNERS FROM THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA JOIN SEE PROJECTS THANKS TO THE ADDITIONAL ENPI CALL

Six SEE projects will soon integrate in their partnerships a new partner from the Republic of Moldova thanks to the additional ENPI call which was open until 31st May 2013. The proposals sent by CO-WANDA, APP4INNO, SEE Technology, TRANSDANUBE, ClusterPoliSEE and STATUS have been approved and their projects' activities will be enriched with the participation of an institution from Moldova.


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THE THEMATIC SEMINARS INCLUSIVE SEE AND ACCESSIBLE SEE CONTRIBUTED TO PREPARE THE FUTURE

The thematic 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' organised by the SEE Programme last 17 and 18 September in Split (Croatia) have produced some useful outcomes for the preparation of the future of European Territorial Cooperation in the area.


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OTHER NEWS

350 PARTICIPANTS IN THE SEE ANNUAL EVENT 2013 HELD IN BUCHAREST The Romanian capital, Bucharest, hosted the fith edition of the SEE Annual Event. With the title "SEE achievements in view of the new programmes in the area", 350 participants, including representatives of partner states from the SEE and future programmes in the area, stakeholders, beneficiaries, experts and other interested actors met to be updated about the last programme's achievements and the new two programmes in the area for the programming period 2014-2020. (read more)

WATCH THE VIDEOS RECENTLY PRODUCED BY THE SEE PROGRAMME IN OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL The SEE Programme has recently produced two videos: one in which the Programme is presented through the activities of several SEE projects on different topics (long and short versions available) and a video summarising the SEE Annual Event 2013 (read more).

NEW SECTIONS IN THE SEE WEBSITE: OUTPUTS LIBRARY AND NEW PROGRAMMES 2014-2020 All the outputs produced by the SEE projects are being collected in a online Library with different search possibilities. Visit this section where all 1st call projects' outputs are now available. Moreover, the up-to-date information concerning the two new transnational programmes in the SEE Area for the next programing period 2014-2020 will be as well available in two new sections of the website very soon.