Raluca Balascau

Bringing back life to the city centre while strengthening cooperation with Ukrainian partners. It’s happening in Botoșani, Romania, 40 kilometres south of the border with Ukraine. A city with a beautiful monumental centre that used to be a crossroads, where traders all around the world would meet to sell their goods and exchange. Some of […]

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Mai Darwish, Ahmed Ben Moussa

They already speak the universal language of sustainability and responsibility: Ahmed (Tunisia) and Mai (Egypt) have joined the business management programme created by the INVESTMED project, and they are ready to share their experience about it. Training youth with the necessary skills to be part of a sustainable and competitive economy, is at the core […]

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Dmitrii Motorin

He is not a “beneficiary”: he’s a young cooperation actor, contributing to the discovery of solutions to improve people life and to foster progress across the European external borders. Dmitrii Motorin, 31, is a Russian researcher working for the CBC project OneDrop, under the South-East Finland-Russia programme. The initiative is developing a real break-through, a […]

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Sana’a Khasawneh

Local knowledge must be incorporated in any development plan involving a community: this simple message is at the core of RESMYLE activities, especially when they promote tourism-action plans concerning villages in rural areas. Several are the strands of actions of this project, implemented in the framework of the ENI CBC MED programme, and anchored at […]

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Jyri Mustonen

A growing global interest for the Arctic is unlocking considerable economic opportunities for the region, such as tourism. Among many aspects of Arctic tourism development in the northern parts of Finland and Russia, cross-border mobility is not the last on the list. The Vartius project, co-funded by the Karelia CBC Programme, creates the necessary pre-conditions […]

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Sorina Mortada

The energy demand is increasing all over the world, and some countries of the south-east Mediterranean region are already experiencing energy shortages and power cuts. In Lebanon, the building stock consumes around 78% of the overall electricity generated in the country. While this percentage varies across the region, this proportion is not negligible. That is […]

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