Alps-Adriatic-Alliance: Call for financial applications

Application Period: March 1st to March 31st 2020 According to chapter V of the current Procedural Rules the joint budget of the Alps-Adriatic-Alliance is intended to support „the financing of important activities and projects, which are significant for the entire network“. The Alps-Adriatic-Alliance supports preparation costs for the submission of a project within the framework…

AAA-project makes Firefighters faster AND safer!

The Varaždin-based „Association for the „Promotion of Safety, Ecology and Healthy Life“ has successfully applied for the AAA-project “Cool Rescue Ride” in 2019. Its operational implementation started in mid-January with a two-day expert meeting held in Ludbreg/Varaždin County, with fire service officials from Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. The focus of this project is on additional…

Tackle demographic change with „B-LIVE“!

Together with Alps-Adriatic-Alliance project partners from the Croatian Counties Krapina-Zagorje and Koprivnica Križevci, from Vas County (HUN) and from the municipality of Bad Radkersburg in Steiermark/Styria (AUT) the Slovenian municipality of Benedikt has been successful in applying for the EU-Europe for Citizens-project “B-LIVE”. In July 2020 the municipality of Benedikt, which is situated near Maribor…

Alps-Adriatic Council met in Varaždin

Presided by Prefect Radimir Čačić the Alps-Adriatic-Council has met in Varaždin/Croatia on November 21st 2019. Among other issues the political level of the Alps-Adriatic-Alliance (AAA) has adopted a resolution which supports the regionalization process in the Republic of Slovenia. This initiative was started as a bottom-up approach by the Slovenian municipalities and a successful regionalization…

RESPONSE: Resilience and Solidarity in Crisis Situations

On October 30 th and 31 st 2019 Tomislav Jarmić. Coordinator of the AAA´s TCP on Disaster Prevention moderated a workshop which was organized within the framework of the project »RESPONSE Resilience Officer for Social Emergencies« in Varaždin. This project is co-financed by the European Union via the program “Erasmus+ – KA2 Knowledge Alliances”. The…

www.crowd-literature.eu

In the framework of the Europe for Citizens-project „CROWD II“, which was supported by the AAA, „CROWD_topia“ will be an international workshop for the independent-literature-community at “Forum Stadtpark” in Graz on November 8th and 9th 2019. Authors like Kinga Tóth, Nikos Zachariadis, Vladimir Arsenijevic, Tom Bresemann, Max Höfler and others will tackle the big question…