The 6th EUSDR Annual Forum took place on 18-19th October 2017 in Budapest, with the Danube Transnational Programme (DTP) as co-organiser of the event. More than 1000 particpants registered, showing a great interest in the strategy and the future of the region. While the first day was dedicated to high-level policies concerning the Danube region, the second day - supervised by the DTP - consisted of more interactive discussions and workshops, and the exhibiton area offered both days constant opportunity to collect information on the EUSDR Priority Areas, the DTP and its projects, as well as further organisations and programmes.
Seed Money Facility, the newest call of the DTP was launched 2nd October 2017, supporting the project development phase and thus preparing them for further funding. The call was published following an information event held 27th September in Vienna, Austria, with more than 120 participants. Applicants are supposed to submit their application package through the DTP eMS system by 7th December 2017, but there are some inner deadlines to consider as well.
Find the detailed call and all the necessary information here.
new dtp campaign: Real people. real stories.
The DTP is always striving to be at the forefront of communicating the benefits of the EU's regional policy, and is continuously seeking new ways of reaching more citizens. Our newest campaign is the perfect example of this: Real People. Real Stories. is allowing everyone to see the impact of DTP projects' activities through the eyes of final beneficiaries. Check out our first story from the project CityWalk, and stay tuned for more!
Our Interreg Reporters deployed by the Interreg Volunteer Youth are aiming at bringing the results of the EU's regional policy closer to the citizens. As a new way of reaching out for people, Manon and Nóra conducted several project interviews already, in which project representatives explain their activity and goals in an interesting way. Watch the published videos, and stay tuned for more to come soon!
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