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3rd CfP List of Contracted Projects
11. June 2013.

The list of projects contracted within the framework of the 3rd Call for Proposals of the Hungary-Serbia IPA Cross-border Co-operation Programme is now available for download.

Vacancy Announcement - The head of the Joint Technical Secretariat of Hungary- Serbia IPA CBC Programme
12. July 2012.

The Head of JTS bears overall responsibility for the work of the Secretariat, ensuring that all the tasks prescribed for the JTS are completed in due time and quality and supervising if the JTS works in line with all relevant regulations and procedures. The post is based at the Joint Technical Secretariat’s premises in Budapest, Hungary.

The deadline for applications is 1 August 2012.

For detailed information please view the document below:

Hungary - Serbia JTS vacancy

Updated FAQ HUSRB/1203 available
07. May 2012.

Freqeuntly Asked Questions about the 3rd Call for Proposals are available. Please go to: FAQ

Presentations from 3rd CfP Info Days available for download
03. April 2012.

Five Information Days about the 3rd Call for Proposals launched in the framework of the Hungary-Serbia IPA CBC Programme held in Vojvodina, Csongrad and Bacs-Kiskun counties gathered around 450 participants  Members of the Joint Technical Secretariat and Info Point wish to thank potential applicants for  their active participation in the Info Days and great interest in applying for the Third Call for Proposals.

Presentations from the Info Days can be downloaded on the Downloads section of the website.

3rd CfP Partner Search HUSRB/1203 available
03. April 2012.

Partner Search engine is available. Please go to the Partner Search web page and register/fill in the data. The Partner Search section is intended to give potential applicants the opportunity to publish a short description of their project idea on the Hungary-Serbia IPA CBC Programme\'s official website with the aim of finding new project partners.

2nd CfP List of contracted projects
03. March 2012.

The list of projects contracted within the framework of the 2nd Call for Proposals of the Hungary-Serbia IPA Cross-border Co-operation Programme is now available for download.

Conference “European Cooperation Growing Smart”
24. February 2011.

INTERACT and the Hungarian National Development Agency are addressing "Innovation in and links between European Territorial Cooperation and other funding opportunities" in a conference that will take place on 25-26 May 2011, in Budapest, under the auspices of the Hungarian EU Presidency.

Innovation is a field where real potential for synergies exists. This event is going to take a look at which programmes around Europe will foster innovation. Innovation can happen in all kinds of thematic fields and economic sectors. It is often, but not exclusively, driven by research and technology development such as increased energy efficiency or new health services through innovative use of ICT. It can also be driven by non-technological factors, such as new services in tourism or new approaches to environmental issues. What are Territorial Cooperation programmes, other programmes and initiatives, doing to foster innovation? What works and what can be improved?
Synergies between Territorial Cooperation, other programmes and initiatives are becoming more and more important, not only in the context of EU macro-regional strategies, but also as a general way to improve the effectiveness of the various funding and financing instruments. What potential synergies already exist between Territorial Cooperation, other programmes and initiatives? What are some concrete and practical mechanisms to make better use of synergies?
This event will also provide an opportunity to begin discussing the role of innovation in the future, as well as the concept of smart growth, one of the objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy. What can we learn for the preparation of the next generation of Territorial Cooperation programmes? What does smart growth mean and what is in there for Territorial Cooperation?

Agenda and more information will soon be available.

Today we use interactive maps more often than printed versions. Interactive maps are more practical and give us more information that the other ones. So apart from our printed Guide through the border crossings between Hungary and Serbia, we created an interactive map to help you plan your journey across the borders. Please click on the map and enjoy the trip through the region.

For full size map click here »