The SUSTANCE Project witnessed a pivotal meeting held in Zagreb on 19-20 September, where project partners convened to assess its progress and chart the course ahead.
On 18 September, the IDEAHL project consortium organised an enlightening online workshop titled "Synergies on (Digital) Health Literacy," inviting key European-funded projects and policymakers. Despite the exclusivity, the event attracted a notable group of 20 participants, laying the foundations for future collaborations.
Analysing the potential transport demand for planning a direct train service linking Trieste Centrale to Rijeka (HR) was the focus of the gathering held at the CEI-Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) premises on 26 June.
On 17 May, the CEI Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) attended the ADRIASPILLCON 2023 in Opatija, Croatia together with high-level speakers and stakeholders from the Adriatic coastal States, the Mediterranean region, the European countries, and other parts of the world.
On 18 April the Interreg Central Europe project GRETA - Greening Regional fReight Transport in fuAs - kick-started its activities under the coordination of the Institute for Transport and Logistics Foundation (ITL).
On 4 - 5 April, the CEI - Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) hosted the kick-off meeting of the three-year project SUSTANCE (Sustainable public transport solutions and innovative governance schemes for improving connectivity in Central Europe), co-financed by the Interreg Central Europe Programme 2021-2027.
On 29 March, the Consortium of the CEI-led NAMIRS project gathered in Rijeka, Croatia to discuss the advancement of activities and to plan upcoming actions.
On 7 March, the CEI-Executive Secretariat (CEI-ES) organised at the European Parliament in Brussels a high-level policy event, “BUILDING AN IDEAHL EUROPE”, focused on digital empowerment and health literacy.
On 28 February and 1 March, the MIMOSA consortium met in Trieste to discuss the final results related to ICT and sustainable multimodal transport solutions to improve cross-border mobility between Italy and Croatia.
After three years of fruitful cooperation, the partners of the SUSTOURISMO project, funded under the Interreg ADRION Programme, gathered for their final conference on 7 December 2022 at the Trieste Convention Centre.
In Antwerp, Belgium, on 9-10, the Interreg Project ACSELL held a two-day workshop on the Living Lab methodology— led by LiCalab, a research group of the Thomas More University of Applied Sciences assisting busin
From 8 to 10 November the CEI-Executive Secretariat represented the SUSTOURISMO (Sustainable Tourism and Mobility Hand by Hand Development) and MIMOSA (Maritime and Multimodal Sustainable Passenger transport solutions and services) projects at the ECOMONDO Green Technology Expo organised by the Italian Exhibition Group in Rimini.
On 25 October, BIOLOC partners gathered in Brussels to officially kick off their project. On this occasion, the partnership fine-tuned project activities that aim to advance the role and impact of social innovation to revitalise European local communities and accelerate the transition to the circular bioeconomy (CBE).