The South East Europe Programme has created a Thematic Capitalisation Strategy to create synergies between projects and capitalise on results of previous initiatives. The SEE capitalisation strategy puts projects at the heart of the process, considering the wealth of knowledge generated by the 122 SEE transnational partnerships. The Programme aims to strengthen the links between projects working on similar topics (Thematic Poles), to enable projects to exploit and consolidate one another’s achievements. This more structured approach to valorise the SEE knowledge base will also allow to derive invaluable inputs and recommendations in view of the upcoming programming period.
For more information on the capitalisation strategy please visit the website of the South East Europe Programme.
Projects under this pole are aiming to capitalize best practices and experiences around Demographic Change in its relation to employment and labour mobility. The Thematic Pole is led by SEEMIG.
If you wish to join the Thematic Pole, please contact the Management Team of SEEMIG at email@example.com.
SEEMIG: Managing Migration and its Effects in SEE - Transnational Actions Towards Evidence Based Strategies
MMWD: Making Migration Work for Development. Policy tools for strategic planning in SEE regions and cities
SILVER CITY: Innovative urban strategies and action plans to increase the social and economic role of seniors
PAIRS: Effective Programmes for the Active Integration/Inclusion of Roma in South-East Europe
SEE Annual Conference - Video
350 people participated at the SEE Annual conference 2013 that took place on 19 June in Bucharest.The video produced during the conference is available here.
SEEMIG Managing Migration and its Effects in South-East Europe - Transnational Actions Towards Evidence Based Strategies
The project is funded under the 3rd call of the South East Europe Programme.
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