ENI CBC IN MOTION: September 2018

Autumn is harvest time. ENI CBC programmes worked hard this summer which has born its good fruit. Approval of large infrastructure projects, launch of new calls, start of cooperation between project partners are the results of a hand-in-glove team work on both sides of the border which underlies successful cooperation. The cooperation…worth of celebration! Which […]

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The ENI CBC LATVIA-RUSSIA PROGRAMME

The programme Latvia-Russia is one of the good examples where borders mean cooperation, strong cultural and economic links between both countries. In September and October, festivities will be organised in Latvia and Russia to celebrate the European Cooperation Day. Discover this very active programme and let yourself be inspired. This month our ENI CBC bulletin […]

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TESIM support update: September 2018

“It’s a long, long while from May to December, but the days grow short when you reach September”. Kurt Weill’s “September Song”, melancholic as the late summer weather, is based on a metaphor comparing a year to a person’s life span. With barely three months left for TESIM to accomplish its targets for 2018, the […]

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Register now for the ENI CBC workshop at the European Week of Cities and Regions 2018!

Which opportunities for cooperation, acquiring new skills, social inclusion and educational activities offer ENI CBC programmes to young people? How do they encourage youth to become agents of positive change for communities on both sides of the EU borders? On 11 October these issues will be addressed in the workshop “Bringing together youth along the […]

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The South-East Finland – Russia CBC Programme

Cooperation between Finnish and Russian regions has been on-going since 1990’s, and three cross-border cooperation programmes are continuing this within the framework of ENI CBC. One of them is the South-East Finland – Russia CBC programme which is implemented in the border regions of South Karelia, South-Savo and Kymenlaakso in Finland and St. Petersburg and Leningrad […]

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