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  • Euroopan unionin koheesiopolitiikka: investoinnit alueisiin ja kaupunkeihin

    Euroopan unionin koheesiopolitiikka: investoinnit alueisiin ja kaupunkeihin

    16/07/2014

    EU investoi vuosittain miljoonia euroja työllisyyttä ja talouskasvua edistäviin toimiin, joilla pyritään pienentämään sosiaalisia ja taloudellisia eroja alueiden välillä. Tässä lyhyessä videossa kerrotaan tarkemmin, miten nämä investoinnit vauhdittavat talouskasvua eri alueilla ja tuovat helpotusta kansalaisten arkeen. 

    Viiden viime vuoden aikana EU:n koheesiopolitiikan avulla on luotu yli 600 000 työpaikkaa, annettu työllistymismahdollisuuksia parantavaa ammatillista koulutusta jopa 15 miljoonalle hengelle sekä osarahoitettu yli 25 000 km autoteitä ja 1 800 km rautateitä. Koheesiopolitiikan ansiosta on saatu puhdasta juomavettä kolmelle miljoonalle uudelle ihmiselle. Sillä on tuettu 200 000:ta pientä ja keskisuurta yritystä ja investoitu 61 000 tutkimushankkeeseen. Nämä luvut kasvavat edelleen, sillä viiden viime vuoden aikana aloitetut hankkeet tuottavat yhä tulosta. 

    Kaiken tämän ovat mahdollistaneet Euroopan aluekehitysrahasto ja Euroopan sosiaalirahasto, joiden yhteenlaskettu osuus EU:n talousarviosta on yli kolmasosa.

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  • Top chef Jamie Oliver thanks European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund for supporting his award winning 'Fifteen Cornwall' project for budding chefs

    Top chef Jamie Oliver thanks  European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund for supporting his award winning 'Fifteen Cornwall' project for budding chefs

    31/03/2014

    Jamie Oliver, the world renowned British celebrity chef praises EU Structural Funds for supporting a restaurant in Cornwall that helps young people to become apprentice chefs. The 'Fifteen Cornwall' apprenticeship programme won the RegioStars Awards 2014 in the category "Inclusive Growth - jobs for the younger generation"in Brussels.

    Fifteen Cornwall - RegioStars 2014 winner

    Press Release

    RegioStars 2014

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  • Transnational cooperation : Building bridges between people

    Transnational cooperation : Building bridges between people

    01/11/2011This video examines different aspects of European Territorial Cooperation and highlights the usefulness of support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for projects that involve cross-border cooperation. For instance, the University of the Greater Region (UGR) project is promoting exchanges and mobility between different European universities; 17 000 km of roads are being built or upgraded to improve transport; the LABEL project is reducing the risk of flooding in the Elbe basin; experiences and good practices are being exchanged in order to boost economic growth; lastly, several cross-border programmes are promoting the integration of marginalised population groups.

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  • University of the Greater Region: Pascale Renders (portrait)

    University of the Greater Region: Pascale Renders (portrait)

    01/10/2011In this video portrait, Pascale Renders, a young Belgian PhD student at the University of Liège and University of Nancy, tells us how her work could have been much more straightforward if the University of the Greater Region (UGR) project had been in place when she began both the administrative process to enrol at the University of Nancy and her search for funding for her doctorate. The difficulties faced by Pascale, as well as the issue of moving between universities, are now however a thing of the past as a result of the UGR project, which has received backing from the EU via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

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  • Cross-border cooperation: University of the Greater Region

    Cross-border cooperation: University of the Greater Region

    01/10/2011The University of the Greater Region (UGR) project brings together seven universities in four different countries. Through the UGR project, students, researchers and professors from these university institutions are able to explore new work and study prospects as well as new research networks, while gaining firsthand experiences of other languages and diverse cultures, thus laying the foundations for a truly European university. The administrative, legal and financial issues raised by the UGR project could lead to the development of solutions that may one day be used by all European universities, thus removing knowledge barriers and at the same time promoting cultural diversity, something highly valued by European citizens.

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  • University of the Greater Region: Françoise Lartillot (portait)

    University of the Greater Region:  Françoise Lartillot (portait)

    01/10/2011In this video portrait, Françoise Lartillot, professor and researcher at Paul Verlaine University in Metz, explains to us how the UGR project has changed the way she works. The UGR project in particular enables her and other researchers to develop joint projects. She sees the UGR as a very rewarding project, notably through its open human approach.

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  • University of the Greater Region: Christian Wagner (story)

    University of the Greater Region: Christian Wagner (story)

    01/10/2011In this video profile, professor of experimental physics Christian Wagner explains how the UGR project impacts on his life and on the lives of some of his students. As a professor, he sees students who have spent their first two years studying in Nancy or in Luxembourg before spending their third year at the University of Saarland, where he works. The UGR project, supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), is important for them and for him, because it offers harmonised evaluations and simplifies administrative formalities. Since the project began, he has noticed many improvements and his daily work has become much easier.

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  • University of the Greater Region: Sven Clément (story)

    University of the Greater Region: Sven Clément (story)

    01/10/2011In this video profile, Sven Clément, a third-year student in economic informatics at the University of Saarbrücken, explains the advantages of the UGR project for his studies. The UGR project, supported by the ERDF, makes it easy for him to consult his grades and access the libraries of all member universities for free. Furthermore, the intercultural aspect of the UGR project allows him to forge a better understanding of the people he may have to work with, be they French, Belgian, German or Luxembourger.

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  • RegioStars 2009 : VLOC project

    RegioStars 2009 : VLOC project

    01/02/2009This video showcases the VLOC project, which involves a training centre for the aeronautical industry in Ostend, West Flanders (Belgium). Launched in 2007 with ERDF support, the centre enables 200 people a year (students, jobseekers, engineers, pilots) to acquire new skills in all aeronautical professions.

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