PO WER 2014-2020
Program Operacyjny Wiedza Edukacja Rozwój 2014-2020
PO WER stanowi odpowiedź na wyzwania i jednocześnie instrument realizacji Strategii Europa 2020. Program uwzględnia stojące przed Europą długofalowe wyzwania związane z globalizacją, rozwojem ekonomicznym, jakością polityk publicznych, zjawiskami demograficznymi, czy inwestycjami w kapitał ludzki.
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REPUBLIC OF POLAND SLOVAK REPUBLIC 2007 - 2013
CROSS-BORDER CO-OPERATION PROGRAMME
The global objective of programme is the intensification of Polish-Slovak co-operation based on the partnership contributing to sustainable development of the border area.
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First Level Control
From March 27th, 2014 Centre of European Projects acts as a first level controller for the following programmes:
• Baltic Sea Region Programme,
• Central Europe Programme
• INTERREG IVC
• URBACT II
• ESPON 2013
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The Cross-border Cooperation Programme
The core objective of the programme is support for cross-border development processes. The programme objectives are realised through non-commercial projects implemented within the following priorities and measures: Increasing competitiveness of the border area, Improving the quality of life.
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INTERREG Poland – Saxony 2014-2020
The Co-operation Programme INTERREG Poland – Saxony 2014-2020
The Co-operation Programme INTERREG Poland – Saxony 2014-2020 will be implemented in the Jeleniogórski subregion of the Dolnośląskie Voivodeship and the Żarski District of the Lubuskie Voivodeship in Poland, as well as in two districts of Saxony on the German side: Görlitz and Bautzen.
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Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020
Cooperation for blue and green growth
Serving the Regional Policy objective of European Territorial Cooperation, the Interreg South Baltic Programme aims at unlocking South Baltic’s potential for blue and green growth through cross-border cooperation between local and regional actors from Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden. Building on the maritime character of the Programme, “blue growth” addresses the economic potential of the Baltic Sea for growth and jobs across the shores of the South Baltic. At the same time, “green growth” underlines the need to pursue the path of economic growth in balance with the environment, in particular by utilising South Baltic’s rich natural and cultural heritage in a sustainable and preserving manner.
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National Supporting Institution
for the Human Capital Operational Program
was established for the purpose of supporting the implementation of innovative projects and supranational cooperation within the framework of the Human Capital Operational Program 2007 - 2013, co-financed from the European Social Fund.
Innovative projects consist of ventures whose purpose is to search for new and more effective methods of solving problems within the support areas of the ESF. Thanks to supranational cooperation, partners implementing such projects gain the opportunity to achieve better and increasingly innovative solutions.
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CROSS-BORDER CO-OPERATION PROGRAMME
The main goal of the Programme is to support cross-border development processes. The Programme goal will be performed through non-commercial projects within the scope of the following Priorities: Contributing to solving common problems and challenges, Pursuing social, economic and spatial development.
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CENTRAL INFORMATION POINT
FOR EUROPEAN FUNDS
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Central Information Point provides entrepreneurs, individuals, NGO’s, public institutions and other entities interested in getting or properly spending EU funds
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