[ Project ]
IPP project presents innovation as opportunity to regions
The Interregional Partnership Platform (IPP) project on increasing the innovation capacity of regions in Europe came to its end in March 2013. The results of the cooperation among partners from Germany, Latvia, Spain and Hungary are now available for regions, local communities, municipalities, industrial parks, innovation agencies and other organisations interested in interregional and EU innovation know-how.
[ Programme ]
INTERREG IVC Feedback Seminar on the Exchange of Experience Study 'Improving policy-making through learning'
The INTERREG IVC programme is organising a seminar to disseminate the results of the study carried by INTERREG IVC programe on how projects apprehend and organise successfully their exchange of experience.
This page contains all the documents produced by INTERREG IVC to inform about the main characteristics of the programme and the ongoing project operations.
- INTERREG IVC presentation leaflet (January 2009)
- Factsheet: what is INTERREG IVC
- Behind the scenes - Monitoring interregional projects (November 2012)
Showing how interregional cooperation (Part of the C strand of the ETC (as well as of the former Interreg III Community Initiative), its aim is to promote exchange and transfer of knowledge and best ...) benefits both 'advanced' and 'less-advanced' regions through some specific examples of good practice (in the context of the INTERREG IVC programme, a good practice is defined as an initiative (e.g. methodologies, projects, processes, techniques) undertaken in one ...) transfer is the objective of this first 'results' brochure.
- Solidarity works! How Regions improve thanks to cooperation (November 2011)
INTERREG IVC projects - the collection
Building up to form a complete collection, the brochures below are edited after every funding round, to provide a clear summary on each project's aims and objectives, along with partnership and funding details.
- Interregional Cooperation - First collection (July 2009)
- Interregional Cooperation - Second collection (June 2010)
- Interregional Cooperation - Third collection (October 2012)
Information Point (a body constituted in order to provide information as well as to promote the programme in a defined area) East edited a brochure, on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the 2004 enlargement, examining how the eight countries of this area have benefitted from interregional cooperation.
- Experience - Cooperation - Development: Regions of enlarged Europe sharing solutions (June 2009)
Capitalisation projects (Capitalisation Projects are interregional cooperation projects which focus specifically on the transfer of regional development good practices into mainstream EU ...) are in the spotlight with the publication 'Key features of Capitalisation projects', providing examples, challenges and solutions for these particular transfer projects.
- Key features of Capitalisation projects (November 2009)
Information Point North edited a brochure focusing on the good practices already identified by projects involving partners from the eight countries of this area. Given the large overlap with the Baltic Sea macro-region area, possible synergies between this programme and the EU strategy are described.
- Better policies through interregional cooperation: Experience and good practice from the North area countries (March 2011)
If you wish to receive copies of these publications, please contact Raluca Toma.