On the 9 May 2018, EAR-AER with the support of Cumpăna Hall and Government of Flanders organised on the occasion of Europe Day the conference "Benefits of Territorial Cooperation"
The conference took place at the Multifunctional Health Care Centre, Cumpăna, 117 Constanței Street, in the presence of a public of 80 attendees, several prominent figures from the Romanian political scenery; who have been able to listen to 20 expert speakers from across Europe, shared their knowledge, ...
Regional Cooperation means engaging at the highest level and with civil society.
The EAR-AER mission in Romania succeeded in engaging multilevel actors.
This received the positive support of the Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, when she met EAR-AER honorary members Madi Sharma and Henri Malosse in the margins of the event.
On May 8th 2018, EAR-AER organised the conference "Benefits of Territorial Cooperation” in collaboration with Titu Maiorescu University, Bucharest and with the support of the Government of Flanders.
The conference took place at the Aula Magna of the Titu Maiorescu University, in the presence of a public of 200 attendees, several prominent figures from the Romanian political scenery; who have been able to listen to 14 different speakers, treating a vast pallet of subjects. Thanks to the promin...
EAR-AER Board Member Louis Delcart did a lecture about the role of local authorities in stimulating local entrepreneurship and start-ups for bachelor students at Titu Maiorescu University Bucharest.
He insisted on digital and green economy, localisation and the return of craftsmanship and of efficient Education.
The lecture was possible thanks to Mrs Ionica Oncioiu, EARÁER founder and vice-president and Dean of the Faculty of Finance and Banking, Accountancy and and Business Administratio...
Mr. Nelu NEACȘU, President of EAR-AER, Mr. Louis DELCART – Head of Regional Development Department EAR – AER, Belgium, Mrs. Luiza HOXHAJ – Executive Director at CRLDS Albania (Centre for European Policy Studies on Regional and Local Development), EAR-AER Representative in Albania, Mr. Reinhard EICHWEBER – Member of Healthcare Department EAR – AER, Holland, Mrs. Ph.D. Blerina BRAMI – Researcher, the “Giorgio Lago” Regional Studies Centre of the University of Padua, Italy, Mrs. Alina Stanc...
European Academy of Regions EAR - AER with the support of Cumpăna Hall and Government of Flanders Organize on the occasion of Europe Day
the Conference ʺ The Benefits of Territorial Cooperation”
Wednesday, 9 of May 2018, 11.00 hrs.
The Multifunctional Health Care Centre, Cumpăna, 117 Constanței Street
10.00 - 11.30 Welcome
Mrs. Mariana GÂJU - Cumpăna Mayor
Mr. Nelu NEACȘU - President of EAR-AER
Mrs. Paula PÎR...
10.00 - 10.30 Welcome
Mr. Prof. univ.dr. Iosif R. URS, President of Titu Maiorescu University
Mr. Dlp.Ing. Nelu NEACȘU, President of EAR-AER
Mr. Ben-Oni ARDELEAN, Deputy Chairman of the Chamber of Deputies
10.30 – 12.30 Panel I: Economic Implications for Territorial Cooperation
Moderation: Mr. Nelu NEACȘU
Prospects for the European Union's regi...
On Wednesday 11th of April, EPA –European Projects Association- held a panel in the European Parliament, under the auspices of EAR-AER honorary member MEP Ivan Jacovčić, dedicated to the way the regional perspective could influence the success of Young Talented people with innovative ideas in the European context.
EPA's Project Manager Frédéric Fabre presented the objectives of the project Erasmus+ 'Talented Europe', that was organized in collaboration with Out of the Box International. Marko...
11 April 2018, 15.00-17.00h, ASP 1E1,European Parliament
Speakers and Agenda
14:20 Registration of participants
15:00 Introduction notes MEP Ivan JAKOVCIC (ALDE, Croatia)
15:10 European funds at a regional level. Consequences and possibilities for youth workers and the role of Talented Europe. – Frederic FABRE, Secretary general of European Projects Association Asbl (Belgium)
15:20 Presentation of the Erasmus+ KA2 project “Talented Europe”– Sergio DELGADO...
On Wednesday 28 March EAR-AER board member Mr. Louis Delcart was invited by SME Europe to a debate on radicalisation at the premises of the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Brussels.
Because of the specificity of the subject, almost 40 participants mostly from Germany, Austria and Italy showed up, which made it the most attended debate ever held at this Foundation. The subject of two debates was the increasing threat of muslim extremism and its disastrous consequences in European society.