RegioStars Awards

Die RegioStars haben das Ziel, bewährte Praktiken in der regionalen Entwicklung zu finden und originelle und innovative Projekte hervorzuheben, die auch für andere Regionen und Projektmanager attraktiv und inspirierend sein könnten.

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Ab heute können die Bürger unter den 21 Finalisten, die dieses Jahr in der engeren Auswahl stehen, den Preisträger des RegioStars-Publikumspreises 2018 wählen.

Mit den RegioStars Awards 2018 werden die besten Projekte im Bereich der Kohäsionspolitik in 5 Kategorien ausgezeichnet: Erzielung eines industriellen Wandels, Förderung einer Lebensweise mit niedrigen Kohlenstoffemissionen, Schaffung besserer und zugänglicherer öffentlicher Dienste, Bewältigung von Herausforderungen der Migration auf lange Sicht und Schutz des kulturellen EU-Erbes.

Die Kommissarin für Regionalpolitik Corina Creţu sagte: „Jedes Jahr legen unsere RegioStars Awards die Messlatte höher und sie zeigen, dass EU-Mittel auf die bestmögliche Weise eingesetzt werden können. Ich freue mich darauf, die Denker und Talente zu treffen, die hinter diesen 21 großartigen Projekten stehen.“

Die „RegioStars Awards“ sind ein jährlicher Wettbewerb, bei dem die besten Projekte im Bereich der Kohäsionspolitik ausgewählt werden. Die Gewinner in allen 5 Kategorien werden am 9. Oktober im Rahmen der Europäischen Woche der Regionen und Städte 2018bekannt gegeben.

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Die RegioStars haben das Ziel, bewährte Praktiken in der regionalen Entwicklung zu finden und originelle und innovative Projekte hervorzuheben, die auch für andere Regionen und Projektmanager attraktiv und inspirierend sein könnten.

Denken Sie, Ihr Projekt verdient es bekannt und belohnt zu werden? Reichen Sie Ihre Bewerbung bis 15. April ein!!

Bitte beachten Sie, dass in diesem Jahr 2 Projekte pro Förderungsprogramm vom Projektmanager mit Unterstützung der Verwaltungsbehörde eingereicht werden können.

Die Kategorien für 2018 sind:

  • Förderung eines intelligenten industriellen Wandels
  • Nachhaltigkeit durch niedrige Kohlenstoffemissionen schaffen
  • Besseren Zugang zu öffentlichen Diensten ermöglichen
  • Bewältigung von Herausforderungen der Migration
  • Thema des Jahres 2018: Investitionen ins kulturelle Erbe

Regiostars 2018 Bewerbungsplattform 

Leitfaden für Antragsteller PDF  de en  fr

Bewerbungsformular DOC de en fr

FAQ PDF  en

Förderung eines intelpgenten industriellen Wandels

Nachhaltigkeit durch niedrige Kohlenstoffemissionen schaffen

Besseren Zugang zu öffentpchen Diensten ermögpchen

Bewältigung von Herausforderungen der Migration

Thema des Jahres 2018: Investitionen ins kulturelle Erbe

This year, the independent RegioStars jury was co-chaired by Members of the European Parliament Kerstin Westphal and Lambert van Nistelrooij. The jury meet two times in person, once to determine the list of finalists and again to choose the winners from the shortlisted projects. Their expertise and in-depth discussions led ultimately to the selection of the most excellent projects of cohesion policy this year.

Co-chairs

MEP Kertsin Westphal

Member of the European Parliament

Member of the Committee on Regional Development

MEP Lambert van Nistelrooij

Member of the European Parliament

Member of the Committee on Regional Development

Jurors category 1 – Supporting smart industrial transition

Prof. Philipp McCann

Professor of Urban and Regional Economics in the University of Sheffield Management School

Expert in RDI, socio-economic analysis, regional policies, smart specialisation and knowledge-economy.

Dr. Cristina Serbanica

Associate Professor at the Constantin Brancoveanu University

Expert in RDI, socio-economic analysis, regional policies, smart specialisation and knowledge-economy.

Ksenija Banovac

Spatial Planning and Business Analyst a the Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Lille

Expert in regional development strategies, infrastructure projects and marketing and media relations.

Jurors category 2 – Achieving sustainability through low carbon emissions

Prof. Simin Davoudi

Professor of Environment Policy & Planning and Director of Global Urban Research Unit (GURU) at the School of Architecture, Planning & Landscape, and Associate Director of Newcastle University Institute for Sustainability

Expert in climate change, sustainable cities, resilience and local development.

Assistant Prof. Fabian Faller

Assistant Professor at the Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel at the Geography Institute in the Working Group Economic Geography

Expert in energy transition, environmental economic geography and green economies.

Sorin Cebotari, Phd

Research Assistant at the Marie Curie Action, ITN Regional Polarization, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj

Expert in comparative politics, energy management and social networks.

Jurors category 3 – Creating better access to public services

Associate Prof. Eduarda Marques Da Costa

Associate Professor of the Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning of University of Lisbon

Expert in spatial planning, regional and urban planning, evaluation of public policies, data collection and monitoring systems and Health Cities.

Dr. Alois Humer

Research Fellow at Aalto University

Expert in services of general interest and territorial cohesion.

Miko Weckroth

Postdoctoral researcher in H2020 project IMAJINE

Expert in geographies of wellbeing and development, regional and urban development and social sciences.

Jurors category 4 – Tackling migration challenges

Prof. Peter Scholten

Professor Public Administration, specialized in the Dynamics of Migration and Diversity Policies, at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam

Expert in migration, social integration, public policy, migration development and cities of migration.

Prof. Alessandra Faggian

Professor of Applied Economics, Director of Social Sciences and Vice Provost for Research at the Gran Sasso Science Institute, L’Aquila

Expert in regional urban economics, demography, migration and human capital.

Anastasia Panori

Senior researcher at IntelSpace Innovation Technologies S.A.

Expert in spatial segregation, migration, smart specialisation, sustainable urban development and online communication.

Jurors category 5 – Topic of the year 2018: Investing in cultural heritage

Associate Prof. Ana P. Roders

Associate Professor in Heritage and Sustainability at the Eindhoven University of Technology

Expert in sustainability, cultural heritage, historic urban landscapes, urban design and architecture.

Associate Prof. Antonio P. Russo

Tenured Associate Professor at the University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona

Expert in tourism geography and cultural development.

Joanna Zielińska-Szczepkowska

Assessment of projects implemented within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Instrument and Polish Regional Operational Programmes

Expert in economy and food technology and human nutrition.

Im Rahmen der RegioStars Awards 2018 wurden in diesem Jahr 102 Anträge eingereicht.

Die Expertenjury beschäftigt sich damit, auf Grundlage von Eigenschaften wie Innovationsfähigkeit, Wirkung, Nachhaltigkeit und Partnerschaft je nach Kategorie das beste Projekt zu bestimmen.

The ranking shows the preliminary results, based on the votes received through the InfoRegio website and does not contain the additional social media votes of the last week. The final winner of the public choice award will be announced during the award ceremony at 19:00 9 October 2018!


Instalação do i3S (i3S Installation)
Norte, Portugal

pt

Business and Shared Services Centre
Centro, Portugal

pt

Advanced Sustainable Manufacturing Technologies
West Wales and the Valleys, United Kingdom

The Center for Microscopy and Molecular Imaging
Wallonia, Belgium

de  fr  nl

RE-CEREAL
Kärnten, Salzburg and Tirol in Austria and Bolzano, Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia in Italy, Interreg Italy - Austria

de  it


TeKiDe – textile fibre recycling
Helsinki-Uusimaa, Finland

fi

SAVEMYBIKE
Tuscany, Italy

it

Interreg Sudoe ClimACT
Sudoe region, Portugal, Spain, France, United Kingdom

es  fr  pt

Batteries for the Future
Thuringia, Germany

de


Social Housing in the City of Ostrava
Moravia-Silesian Region, Czech Republic

cs

Health is the most important thing
Warmia and Mazury region, Kaliningrad region, Interreg ENPI-CBC Lithuania - Poland - Russia

pl

ReproUnion
Öresund - Kattegat - Skagerrak, Interreg ÖKS Denmark-Sweden

da sv 

The Youth Guarantee
Latvia

lv

Kastelo
Norte, Portugal

pt


Integrated health and social centers
Brussels Capital Region, Belgium

de  fr  nl

Labour Integration and Social Inclusion of Refugees
Murcia, Spain

es


Nant Gwrtheyrn
West Wales and the Valleys, United Kingdom

Rehabilitation and restoration of Cittadella Gozo
Malta

mt

Raised Bogs – a Unique European Area
Nowosądecki - Žilinský kraj, Interreg Poland-Slovakia

pl  sk

Vista Alegre Heritage Museum
Centro, Portugal

pt

Iron-Age-Danube
Danube Region, Interreg Danube (Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia)

de   hr  hu  sk   sl

Winners

Business and Shared Services Centre - Centro, Portugal

Conceived as a driver of local innovation and investment strategy, the Business and Shared Services Centre has attracted 14 TICE companies and created 500 highly-qualified jobs in a rural city of less than 15,000 people. In 4 years, the project has propelled the development of an integrated ecosystem that has generated 68 start-ups and supported over 200 private funding projects, investing in R&D, pioneering initiatives of professional retraining and digital skills.

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TeKiDe – textile fibre recycling - Helsinki-Uusimaa, Finland

A platform to demonstrate new ways to recycle poor quality post-consumer cotton textile waste has been established. The cotton waste is dissolved and spun as new good quality textile fibres. This can revolutionize the whole concept of textile industry making waste yards to sustainable ”cottonfields”. This new textile recycling demonstration platform will strengthen the science and innovation hub of Helsinki-Uusimaa region by creating a core for a commercialization ecosystem with global impact.

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Social Housing in the City of Ostrava - Moravia-Silesian Region, Czech Republic

The City of Ostrava has prepared the project to focus on the key issue of inclusive activities: social housing. We believe home, living in a flat and the support of social workers is the basis of the new social housing system and a prerequisite for the stabilisation of families in a difficult socio-economic situation. From the beginning of the project, we focus on piloted and time-limited activities becoming an integral part of the city’s inclusive agenda.

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Labour Integration and Social Inclusion of Refugees - Murcia, Spain

This project aims to offer a close, coordinated and egalitarian response to facilitate social integration of refugees with special and extreme difficulties that have been received in the Region of Murcia. A solidarity strategy with medium and long-term measures is being developed to achieve this purpose in a sustainable manner. It is the basis of those commitments and actions taken for the coordination, profiling, support and awareness of the local community institutions, NGOs & economic sector.

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Nant Gwrtheyrn - West Wales and the Valleys, United Kingdom

Nant Gwrtheyrn is located in a deep valley overlooking the Irish Sea in north west Wales. An abandoned quarry village has been renovated as a centre to promote Welsh culture and language. A range of partners enabled a 7 million EUR project to provide a new access road, accommodation, function suite, café, shop and heritage centre to tell the stories of the quarries and life in this remote region. The village transformed and now employs 30 staff and welcomes over 40,000 visitors a year.

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Public Choice Award

Vista Alegre heritage museum - Centro, Portugal

An amazing masterplan to revive 2 centuries of historical porcelain, starting with its crown jewel – Vista Alegre Museum – and spreading the intervention to the entire surroundings: the theatre, the factory, the chapel, the hotel, the workers neighbourhood and the precinct. A profound rehabilitation, aiming to show reindustrialization in porcelain industry. This integrated project allows preservation of an international cultural heritage site, saving the brand from ruin and increasing tourism in the region.

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