Category Archives: Annual Forums
Registration is open: Bucharest, 26.-28.06.2019. Under the motto “Building cohesion for a shared prosperity in the Danube Region”, the key event of EUSDR presidency held by Romania will cover topics like: connectivity and regional mobility, fostering clusters development, including digitalization, people to people links and tourism, new opportunities for enhancing funding for macro-regional
19.10.2018: CoDCR was represented by Peter Langer and Eric Bartha at this key event of EUSDR. Bulgaria and the European Commission, in cooperation with Danube Transnational Programme organized 7th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy of the Danube Region in Sofia. The main focus of the event was on tourism development as a precondition to economic growth and territorial cohesion.
In the framework of the Presidency of Slovakia in the Danube macro-regional strategy, the Government Office of the Slovak republic organized, in cooperation with the European Commission, a frontline event of the Strategy entitled „Innovative Flows – Water, Knowledge and Innovation in the Danube Region“. The Annual Forum was officially opened by the Prime Minister of Slovakia, Robert Fico, the Vice-President of the European Commission for Energy Union, Maroš Šefčovič and the European Commissioner for Education, Youth and Sport and … Continue reading
The Annual Forum 2015 titled “Smart, social, sustainable – Innovation for the Danube Region” offered particular importance to topics on innovation, professional training, labor mobility and migration, competitiveness and entrepreneurship as well as the role of civil society. Several thematic sessions, workshops and panel discussion gave the participants at the conference the opportunity to explore key factors for a sustainable and inclusive growth of the Danube Region and to take a closer look at the complex mechanisms that should be … Continue reading
This year Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, that took place on 26 and 27 June 2014 and was jointly organised by the European Commission, City of Vienna and the Federal Ministry of Austria, welcomed in the opening day more than 1,000 national and international participants from science, business, politics, administration and non-profit organizations at the Vienna City Hall. The Forum, which this year was carried out under the motto “We grow together – together we … Continue reading