Lead partner: Local Tourist Organization Wet-land's Gate, Strękowa Góra, Poland
- Peipsi CTC, Estonia
- Ecoproject, Minsk, Belarus
The programme is managed by the Association Eastern European Democratic Centre, Poland.
The project is implemented within Program Partnerstwa Transgranicznego/ Trans-border Partnership Programme with financial support from Norway Grants and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, being managed by the Association Eastern European Democratic Centre, Warsaw, Poland.
PROGRAM PARTNERSTWA TRANSGRANICZNEGO
The know-how dissemination seminars & project development workshops & awareness raising activities are held:
1. in Estonia, with the participation of 5 Polish and Byelorussian participants, within CBC Summer School in Varska , in August 2010
2. in Poland, within Project Workshops, 25-28 November 2010, in Strękowa Góra.
The project publication in English can be downloaded HERE.
The volume investigates agenda setting and evaluates implementation of EU assistance & cooperation tool kits in ENPI EAST/ Eastern Partnership area (Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan), focusing on cross-border cooperation (CBC) frameworks. The volume is primarily devoted to the sustainable development & environment oriented activities. Rage of newly tested environment cooperation & participative acquis enforcement formulas are examined. Joint, problem oriented, result driven, multilevel & network governance tools in environment management and sustainable development on EU Eastern border-area are being investigated basing on up-to date, field-based, first-hand evidences, convoyed in easy and concise manner. The book combines sound understating of the local backgrounds, needs & constrains, the projects technicalities, its implementation cycles and sustainability with the wider ENPI EAST strategic considerations.
The folder on sustainable development can be downloaded in ENGLISH and RUSSIAN
The folder on CBC/cross-border cooperation can downloaded in ENGLISH and RUSSIAN
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