Informational Centre for Innovations and Development “NOVUM” (Uzhhorod, Ukraine) within the project “Through Art we Ruin Borders” (No HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042) intends to carry out arrangement of premises for the needs of the municipal gallery and tourist information center in Uzhhorod (Uzhhorod, Zakarpattia oblast, Ukraine) and, in order to award the contract announces an open tender on the terms set out in the attached Supply Contract Notice.
Equipment supply (arrangement of premises for the needs of the municipal gallery and tourist information center) will be partially financed from the EU grant allocated under project “Through Art we Ruin Borders” (No HUSKROUA/1702/3.1/0042) within the framework of Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine ENI CBC Programme 2014-2020.
The tender dossier is available for download on the web site http://www.throughartweruinborders.com.ua/
Cities in the Danube Region face challenges to develop a culture that generates public/private synergies to promote SMEs & stimulate creative urban communities. In order to overcome thesechallenges, the project’s main objective is to improve framework conditions & policy instruments by supporting the regional & local Specialization Strategy S3 for a new model of Urban Regeneration involving Culture & Creative Industries (CCIs).Details
From September 1 to 2, 2020, an online conference was held, which was a Kick-off event of the international project "Boosting creative industries in urban regeneration for a stronger Danube region". The aim of this project is to enrich and restore the Danube region. In order to achieve this goal, the participants of the conference outlined the following tasks to be performed:
1. Establishment of international and inter-city cooperation.
2. Improving the tools and mechanisms of management and control over the information system of the region.
3. Support of innovative ideas of SME-s in the field of CCIs.
4. Introduction of innovations in SME-s to improve their activities.
This project involves 25 Beneficiaries from 11 countries (Ukraine, Romania, Germany, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Moldova, Estonia and Austria). All project participants will perform tasks in order to achieve a common goal, as laid down in the acronym of the project "Restarting the Danube" (RESTART_4Danube).
As a part of the project " Integrated Emergency Preparedness System of the Danube Delta" an online project meeting was held on August 14 to officially launch the Project, which agreed on the organization and composition of the opening conference to be held in September 2020.
The project team approved the further work plan and summed up the results of the first half of the Project.
The Circular Economy Hackathon took place in Kalmar, Sweden on 18 - 19 October, 2019. Hackathon is an event in which professionals from different industries work intensively and cooperatively to solve some problems. Representatives of the project partner NOVUM NGO, students, entrepreneurs and scientists took part in this event. It was attended by more than 20 participants out of whom 6 teams were formed. The topic of this event was circular economy. The task of introducing this type of economy into Swedish enterprises was also fulfilled.
The language of hackathon was English.
Date and venue - October
18-19, 2019, Kalmar, Sweden
European Early Innovators Initiative Conferences, funded by the Danube Strategic Project Fund will be held on October 15th (Kosice, Slovakia) and October 16th (Uzhgorod, Ukraine). Young scientists, students, researchers who are interested in research on STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) and have innovative business ideas that they seek to implement, as well as entrepreneurs and representatives of companies interested in innovation, are invited to participate. The thematic orientation of the conference - technologically oriented enterprises, innovative products.
Conference working language - English.
Time and location - 15.10.18, Telegrafia, Lomená 7, 040 01 Kosice, Slovakia.
16.10.18, UzhnU Administration, Narodna Square, 3, Uzhhorod, Ukraine.
Read more: Invitation to the conferenceDetails
Meeting of project partners in Prague, CZ within the Project “SafeLabour: informational support to labour migrants” (No. 21810217) which has been supported by the International Visegrad Fund) was held on 25.07.2018–27.07.2018
All project partners had the same goal - to share their thoughts and experiences dealing with the most common requests of foreigners. Also they had agreed on the list of services of Support Centers and structure of the Support Program for Labour Migrants.
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