“Improving regional policies to better protect natural heritage of peri-urban open spaces”. The overall goal of the project is to identify, analyze, disseminate and transfer good practices, experiences and policies related to the protection of the natural heritage of suburban open areas (PUOS) to regional policy instruments.
The overall goal of the project is to stimulate cooperation within the agri-food sector and to increase its research and development capabilities. The first stage of the project involves an interregional exchange of experiences, including study visits, preparation of reports and analyses, and creation of a regional group of stakeholders.
Project supporting enterprises (SMEs) in the development of new value chains and business models under the principles of the Circular Economy. The project finances activities in implementing new, innovative solutions, the so-called "Circularity" and the adaptation and / or replication of ready-made solutions and business models - "Adopters".
This is a new project at an early stage. Recently, the slogan of environmental management has focused international attention, constantly gaining importance in urban and rural development strategies. This division has a significant gap that has been recognized and supported by relevant research. The project, therefore, concerns innovative environmental management for suburban landscapes, which are somehow neglected because of the dualistic form of financing cities or agricultural areas.
Running since 2015, the project aims to strengthen the adaptability of public entities and smaller private organizations to demographic and structural changes. International cooperation between the organizations is created thanks to the trilateral agreement between the German Saxony Anhalt, the Hungarian Haidu-Bihar and Polish Mazovia regions.
The project aimed to increase the potential of vocational education in Mazovia through the implementation of development programs in 60 schools and vocational training institutions, which were run by local government units.
The project was directed to 421 educational institutions employees that were dismissed, anticipated to be dismissed or threatened with dismissal for reasons related to the workplace after December 31, 2012. Also, the project participants had to reside in the Mazovian Voivodeship within the meaning of the Civil Code.
The Mazovian Information Society Network "M@zowszanie" (MSSI "M@zowszanie") serves the inhabitants of Mazovia as stationary and interactive places of access to e-services, education, culture and economic information. Created centres are meant to support local initiatives for e-integration and counteract digital exclusion.
The main goal of the project is to increase the skills and qualifications of 1,269 policemen and Police employees from the Mazovia region in the field of their professional activities by providing support until 30/09/2019.
The support include training and courses in the scope indicated in the analysis of the needs of local operating units.