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Programm: Interreg Italy – Slovenia

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Programme
Interreg Italy – Slovenia
Type of Fund Structural Fund
Description of programme
"Interreg Italy – Slovenia"

The programme will focus on the following four priorities:

  1. Promoting innovation capacities for a more competitive area. This priority aims at promoting more effective investments in research and innovation (R&I) and education. The focus will be on reinforcement of existing potentials of innovative sectors such as sectors that could be attractive to foreign investors. This will be achieved through a better cooperation among public and private actors involved in R&I. Actions implemented in the framework of this priority will represent a tangible response to challenges and needs in the cross-border cooperation area. In fact, although the area covered with the programme is characterized by strong R&D and innovation potentials, there is still room for strengthening and building on the successful cooperation with the business sector. This will improve the competitiveness of the production system in an innovation-friendly context.
  2. Cooperating for low carbon strategies. This priority aims at supporting eco-friendly economic growth alongside cross-border cooperation in the design of integrated solutions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The programme will also develop and implement low-carbon energy and mobility strategies that shall base on policies and measures aiming at the protection of the environment against human-induced change. Actions supporting resilience to the impacts of the climate change through various measures for adaptation and mitigation will also be considered. Even at the micro-level, these strategies are expected to become a new reference model for territorial development. 
  3. Protecting and promoting natural and cultural resources. At the core of this priority is the preservation and promotion of area's natural and cultural sites as attractive tourist destinations. This will be achieved through various ICT tools, trainings for new skills and competences, territorial marketing, branding and communication strategies and social media promotion. Although tourism is considered to be an important factor of development, great attention will be paid to its environmental sustainability. Diversification of the tourism offer by focusing on naturalistic ecological activities, sport, history, local products, customs and traditions and many others, understands responsible tourism that inspires eco-friendly behaviour. This leads to reduction of the negative impacts of touristic flows on natural and cultural heritage sites alongside the creation of new job opportunities.
  4. Enhancing capacity building and cross-border governance. This priority will focus on modernization and improved quality of services by the public administration. Knowledge-share of best practices as well as harmonized and coordinated activities among cross-border institutions will support this process. Closer integration and understanding of the legislative framework and administrative practices implemented by the two countries is the key success factor for the competitiveness of the entire area. 
Link Link to Programme
Thematic Focus Employment, Education, Energy, Research, Trade, Industry, Infrastructure, Innovation, Capacity Building, SME, Art and Culture, People with Disabilities, Mobility, Sustainability, Urban development, Technologies, Tourism, Transport, Environment & biodiversity, Traffic, Administration, Regional development, Natural ressources, Competitiveness
Macro-Region
Danube Region, Adriatic and Ionian Region, Alpine Region
Origin of Applicant of programme
Interreg Italy – Slovenia
Italy / Italia Nord-Est Veneto Venezia
Italy / Italia Nord-Est Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Slovenia / Slovenija Slovenija Vzhodna Slovenija Primorsko-notranjska
Slovenia / Slovenija Slovenija Zahodna Slovenija
Slovenia / Slovenija Slovenija Zahodna Slovenija Osrednjeslovenska
Slovenia / Slovenija Slovenija Zahodna Slovenija Gorenjska
Slovenia / Slovenija Slovenija Zahodna Slovenija Obalno-kraška
Slovenia / Slovenija Slovenija Zahodna Slovenija Goriška
Project Partner Yes
Financial details The overall Programme budget is 91 682 299 € with an ERDF contribution of 77 929 954 € (85%) and a national co-financing of 13 752 346 € (public and private).

The ERDF allocation has been distributed as indicated: 
Priority Axis 1: Promoting innovation capacities for a more competitive area
  • 24% of the ERDF contribution, amounting to 18 703 189 €
Priority Axis 2: Cooperating for implementation of low carbon strategies and action plans 
  • 15% of the ERDF contribution, amounting to 11 689 493 € 
Priority Axis 3: Protecting and promoting natural and cultural resources
  • 35% of the ERDF contribution, amounting to 27 275 484 €
Priority Axis 4: Enhancing capacity building and cross-border governance 
  • 20% of the ERDF contribution, amounting to 15 585 991 €
Priority Axis 5: Technical Assistance 
  • 6% of the ERDF contribution, equal to 4 675 797 €
Contact Details

Managing Authority
Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia
Central Directorate for Finance, Property, Coordination and Programming of Economic and EU Policies
Coordination and Programming of Economic, patrimony and EU Policies Department
European Territorial Cooperation, State Aid and General Affairs Office
via Udine 9
34132 Trieste - Italy
adg.itaslo@regione.fvg.it

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