The SEE JTS is looking for two Financial Managers to deal with the IPA/ ENPI funds. A detailed description of the position and therequirements are available in the file below. The deadline for sendingthe application is 16 March 2011.
The SEE JTS has organised two Lead Partner Seminar for the 1st Call and the 2nd Call projects on 22, respectively 23 February 2011 in Budapest. You can find below the Agendas and the presentations for both events, which covered amongothers important issues concerning project implementation,communication and IPA related issues.
Sustainable development cannot be achieved without environmental solidarity and cooperation within and between generations and countries. As the European Commissioner for Environment, Stavros Dimas underlined, European environmental policies have delivered immense benefits to Europe's citizens, allowing countries to work together and solve problems that cross national borders. Nevertheless, there's still a lot of work to be done in order to build up a model of development that is genuinely sustainable.
You may find in the following table the results of the second call for proposal launched in the framework of the SEE Programme. By decision of the SEE Programme Monitoring Committee anumber of 21 applications have been approved out of the 54 who haveparticipated in the second step of the call. We would like to thank allapplicants for their interest in the Programme and we wish theapproved projects much success in the implementation.
"Countries in South-Eastern Europe have always been of immense appeal for me. No wonder that I already visited some interesting places in this area - and I hope that I will even get in closer touch with this diversified and absorbing region" The SEEnews is continuing its journey through the South East Europe area and is speaking to the National Contact Points of the countries participating in the SEE Programme. This time it has stopped in Austria, a country with an extensive experience in the management of territorial cooperation programmes. We are speaking with Kathrin Gruber, the national contact point of the SEE programme, and we ask her to introduce herself and her work to the SEEnews readers.