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International co-operation

o   Cross-border co-operations

HURO/0801/101: Cross-border digital common property and the presentation of our mutual history, organising professional conferences, issuing publications, funding programme: Hungary-Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013

HURO/0801/113: Preparing organisations working at local and microregional level for implementing value-added economic and social development programmes and partnerships; funding programme: Hungary-Romania Cross-Border Co-operation Programme 2007-2013 

o   EU co-operations

EUREGA (EUropean REgions of GAstronomy building resilience and creating economic growth) project (2018-2022) is funded by INTERREG EUROPE Programme. EUREGA’s main objective is to have food, food habits and gastronomy included and recognised in EU, regional and national strategies and policies both as a cultural asset and strong element in regional cultural identity and as a necessary tool to boost sustainable products and services. This should lead to creating stronger and more resilient regions by protecting and stimulating gastronomy as part of their cultural heritage and also by identifying new opportunities for economic development.

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OUR WAY (PreservatiOn and promotion of cUltural and natural heRitage through GreenWAYs) project (2018-2022) is funded by INTERREG EUROPE Programme. The project aims to contribute to the conserving, protecting, promoting and developing natural and cultural heritage in Europe using Greenways by means of the improvement of policy instruments related to the cultural and natural quality of the territories involved, including tools for their governance and developing specific measures for their promotion and preservation. 

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Night Light (Improving regional policies to reduce light pollution and protect and valorise dark night skies) project (2017-2022) is funded by INTERREG EUROPE Programme. The project addresses light pollution by focusing on policy measures for designation of nature areas with protected dark skies and by exploring opportunities for eco-tourism in such areas.

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CitiEnGov (Cities for a good energy governance) project (2016-2020) is funded by INTERREG CENTRAL Programme. CitiEnGov aims to improve the capacity of public administrations to implement new energy planning strategies through a new comprehensive concept based on the acknowledgement of a political mandate for energy; definition of a working group with roles and activities and real horizontal service made of experts about energy issues enabling the efficient realisation of the foreseen actions and results. The expected results cover the improvement of public authorities’ capacities to define and implement low carbon energy planning and strategies. Seven pilot actions will be tested in seven countries, targeted to citizens, schools and municipalities.

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CLUSTERS3 (Leveraging Cluster Policies for successful implementation of RIS3) project (2016-2019) is funded by INTERREG EUROPE Programme. The project focuses on cluster policies, regional innovation systems, smart specialization strategies (RIS3) and SMEs struggling to achieve global competitiveness, sustainable growth and development. The cooperation among SMEs, large companies and the Regional Innovation System within a given cluster or cross-cluster is a major driver to enhance innovation and internationalization capabilities. The project aims to improve cluster policies and the performance of cluster organizations having in mind their important role in the insertion of SMEs in global value chains.

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PURE COSMOS (PUblic authorities Role Enhancing COmpetitiveness of SMeS) project (2016-2020) is funded by INTERREG EUROPE Programme. PURE COSMOS brings together two of the big challenges the EU faces: the need to stimulate and support SMEs and the need to reduce the weight of public administration. The project focuses on the role public authorities can play in enhancing the competitiveness of SMEs by making the business climate more transparent and reliable supporting the needs of SMEs and promoting administrative modernization of public services. Improved governance is expected through IT administrative solutions, regional legislation review, simplifying processes and influencing funding calls for businesses.

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PRACTYCE III project was co-financed by the COSME Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Programme. Hajdú-Bihar County Government acted as an Intermediary Organisation. Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs is an exchange programme for entrepreneurs run by a network of local contact points, including Chambers of Commerce, incubators and other organisations supporting businesses. Host Entrepreneurs had the opportunity to get input from the fresh ideas and new skills of a motivated new entrepreneur while having the opportunity to gain information and knowledge on other European markets and develop international relationships without moving from the office. At the same time, young entrepreneurs were offered the possibility to work alongside an experienced entrepreneur in another EU country and strengthen the skills needed to develop their own business. The opportunity covered a duration of 1-6 months.

SMILE project (Smart Innovation Living Environment) was financed by the International Visegrad Fund. The partnership of Czech, Polish, Hungarian and Slovakian institutions aimed to promote the implementation of PCP- Pre-commercial Procurement and PPI- Public Procurement of Innovation while examining the obstacles of their application in V4 countries. The networking targeted potential PCP/PPI suppliers to pay attention to these new types of processes. Several encouraging seminars have been organized in different countries – the presentations of these events are available at 

B-TEAM (Brownfield Policy Improvement Task Force) project (2010-2013) was funded by INTERREG IVC Programme. The main objective of B-Team was the improvement of regional policies influencing Brownfield redevelopment through transfer of best practice. This best practice of more experienced partners were transferred to lesser experienced. This project, based on previously related activities focusing on Brownfields, intends to move further and deal with exchange of experiences and good practices on regional policies, methods and dissemination tools, addressing the benefits of sustainable Brownfield regeneration. The project offered policy support in the regions that help to develop Brownfield sites prior to Greenfield land as a principal. Through the involvement of a number of experts within and outside the partnership, B-Team encouraged international networking, trans-disciplinary and trans-sectoral cooperation.

PERIA (Partnership on European Regional Innovation Agencies) project (2010-2012) was funded by INTERREG IVC Programme. The overall objectives of PERIA were to contribute to the collaborations of the local and regional actors in order to strengthen the effectiveness of regional development policies, to enhance the level spent for Research Development and Innovation and to contribute to the transformation of knowledge into new and marketable products and services.

UNICREDS (University Collaboration in Regional Development Spaces) project (2010-2012) was funded by INTERREG IVC Programme. UNICREDS was a three-year project looking at how different models of higher education can benefit regional economic development. The project aimed to transform regions with underperforming economies into centres of research and innovation, through the creation of a new toolkit for economic development based on the triple helix model. At the heart of the model is the interaction between universities, government organisations and the private sector.)