Opened by Minister of Foreign Affairs Đorđe Radulović, the 1st online Committee of National Coordinators Meeting under the Montenegrin CEI Presidency 2021 (24 February) presented the priorities and programme of events envisaged for this year.
“This movie can be (seen as) the Serbian or the Balkan version of Paris, Texas”, (the multi-awarded road movie by Wim Wenders) said Srdan Golubović in describing Otac, which granted him the 2021 CEI Award and the Audience Award at the Trieste Film Festival.
We are excited to announce the launch of the Call for Ideas and Award Competition of the initiative Active Young Citizens for Sustainable Development in CEI and AII Areas designed to stimulate the engagement of youth in the Central European Initiative (CEI) and the Adriatic Ionian Initiative (AII) regions in the framework of the United Nations Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development.
STEMI communication platform, a portal developed by the Slovak med-tech company STEMI global is now available to simplify communication and coordination of professional paramedics and doctors. In particular, the mobile app helps them reduce time delays in the most sensitive cases of STEMI (stroke and trauma).
The partners of the Inter-Connect project (Intermodality Promotion and Rail Renaissance in Adriatic -Ionian Region), funded under the INTERREG ADRION Programme, virtually gathered for their final conference on 10 December 2020.
After three years of successful implementation, the partnership of the ADRIPASS project (Integrating multimodal connections in the Adriatic Ionian Region), funded under the INTERREG ADRION Programme and led by the Central European Initiative - Executive Secretariat, virtually gathered on 2 December for their final conference.
The CEI’s funding granted within the framework of the Covid-19 Extraordinary Call has empowered SCHOOLS.BY to strengthen their online service promoting distance learning in Belarus. In particular, the support has enabled them to develop additional tools in their transition to distance learning.
Congratulations to 11 museums from Austria, Bangladesh, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, and Slovenia on receiving the COME-IN LABEL for their efforts in making their structures and exhibitions more accessible for all.