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Run-TimeJuly/2020 - December/2022
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Project management
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Project staff
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Danube Transnational Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The number of urban regeneration (UR) initiatives promoted by European cities is rising. The new status quo is, that UR strategies should encompass an integrated approach. Cities face challenges to develop a culture that generates public/private synergies to promote SMEs & stimulate creative urban communities. They need to tailor their UR policies to local specifications and assets & integrate local stakeholders more strongly.In line with the Project there are 2 main challenges identified:- Lack of transnational cooperation and coordination on institutional levels hindering R&I potential of the Danube Region (DR)- Insufficient capability of SMEs to adapt to innovation needsThese challenges convey flowing needs:- Establish a transnational creative UR network to improve cross-linkages & optimize internal synergies between creative and cultural industries (CCIs)- Institutionalize exchange of good practice in Urban Regeneration (UR)- Implement pilot actions based on open innovation via smart specialization strategies- Strengthen service, social & eco-innovation capacities of SMEs- Improve framework conditions and policy instruments based on the smart specializationfor a new model of urban regeneration in order to transform ideasinto practical innovative servicesSpecific objectives1. Develop a common strategy2. Develop tools and services3. Support policy dialogueInside the project are 25 Partners from 12 Countries in the Danube Region, who are looking forward to cooperating for two and a half year.RESTART_4Danube project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Danube Transnational programme in the amount of 1.348.100 EUR (IPA contribution 57.710.75, ENI contribution 136.850).RESTART_4Danube project is present on the following 4 social media platforms:- Facebook: fb.me/Restart4Danube- LinkedIn business page: www.linkedin.com/company/restart4danube- Twitter: twitter.com/Restart4Danube- Instagram: www.instagram.com/restart4danube/Website of the project:http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/restart-4danube

    • Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum/Steinbeis 2i GmbH
    • University POLITEHNICA of Bucarest (Lead Partner)
    • School of Advanced Social Studies
    • IPA - Research and development company, engineering and manufacturing for automation ...
    • University of Maribor
    • Croation Chamber of Economy
    • Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Vratsa
    • Local Council of Craiova Municipality
    • Municipality of Vratsa
    • Pannon Business Network Association
    • Municipality of Maribor
    • City of Rijeka
    • Self-Government Office of Vas County
    • Development Association NERDA
    • Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development
    • Informational Center for Innovaton and Development NOVUM
    • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeFebruary/2020 - January/2023
    Project management
  • Marika Gruber
  • Project staff
  • Birgit Aigner-Walder
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Vera Seyer
  • Albert Luger
  • Robert Ofner
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020 Framework Programme (H2020)
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • MATILDE aims to shed light on the effects of migration processes directed towards European rural and mountain areas stemming from the arrival and settling in of TCNs, their upward trend, transformative and redistributive effects. Through local level field-work conducted with action-research methods, it aims to stimulate the engagement of local stakeholders (migrants, policymakers, civil society, transnational networks) to produce new knowledge about the processes and strategies triggered by migration at the local level. The project adopts a place-based approach and a mixed methodology in order to: • Develop and test an innovative toolbox for multi-dimensional and multi-scale assessment of the impacts of migration on the social, economic and spatial dimensions in rural and mountain areas;• Shed light on the nexus between migration and local development and on the impact of migration on territorial inequalities and regional disparities by assessing the impact of migration on the social and economic dimensions at different territorial scales;• Co-constructing a local level, participatory assessment of the impact of migration in rural and mountain areas through 13 local case studies in ten countries;• Promote place-based governance of migration and socially inclusive growth through strategic and operational recommendations targeting national, regional and local level policy makers and stakeholders;• Enhance public awareness and stimulate informed debate on the impact of migration, addressing misperceptions through dissemination and communication strategies targeting diverse groups (academia, stakeholders, citizens, migrants) at different levels.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJuly/2020 - December/2020
    Project management
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Project staff
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktWirtschaftsgeographie
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • NLW Tourismus Marketing GmbH
  • Im Rahmen der ETIFOR Zertifizierung (www.etifor.com/it) wird ein Gebiet zwischen Tarvis und dem Nassfeld auf seine Ökosystemdienstleistungen hin geprüft, um den Tourismus, die Landwirtschaft und die Wirtschaft allgemein stärker in Richtung Nachhaltigkeit zu entwickeln. Es soll eine neue Tourismus- und Regionalentwicklungsstrategie im Kontext einer stärker eigenständigen Regionalentwicklung unter Einbezug der lokalen Bevölkerung und Gemeinden erarbeitet werden. In Zukunft möchte dieses Gebiet als nachhaltiges Gebiet wirtschaftlich arbeiten. Die Rolle der FH dabei ist vor allem die wissenschaftliche Begleitung des Zertifizierungsprozesses sowie die Analyse der mit der Zertifizierung verbundenen regionalen Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten.

    Run-TimeMay/2020 - December/2020
    Project management
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Project staff
  • Marika Gruber
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christoph KUCHLING
  • Alfred Wieser
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktDemographie
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Land Kärnten
  • Der demographische Wandel wird in Kärnten zunehmend als gesellschaftliche Herausforderung angesehen. Die Nachfrage und die Bedeutung nach demographischen Analysen nehmen zu. Dabei steht vor allem die räumliche Perspektive von Bevölkerungszusammensetzungen und -dynamiken im Fokus. Der Demographie_Check:Kärnten 2020 ist ein Projekt zwischen dem Land Kärnten (Fachabteilung 10/ Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Ländlicher Raum) und der Fachhochschule Kärnten (Studienbereich für Wirtschaft und Management / Public Management) und untersucht die Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels auf die Regionalentwicklung in den sechs Kärntner LEADER-Regionen und dessen Gemeinden. Inkludiert in die Betrachtung und Prognose der Entwicklungen wird ebenso der Kärntner Zentralraum da starke Wechselwirkungen herrschen. Nur eine solch umfassende und mehrdimensionale Sichtweise kann weitere Kenntnisse über die Bevölkerungsveränderung in Kärnten liefern. Der demographische Wandel in all seinen Facetten könnte für das Bundesland Kärnten die bisher wohl größte Herausforderung des 21. Jahrhunderts darstellen. In vielen Teilgebieten muss man sich auf ein Ende des Bevölkerungswachstums, gepaart mit starken Polarisierungs- und Schrumpfungsprozessen einstellen. Tiefgreifende gesellschaftliche und wirtschaftliche Veränderungen vollziehen sich.

    • Land Kärnten (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeSeptember/2019 - June/2021
    Project management
  • Eithne Knappitsch
  • Project staff
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammTEIN - EUROPE FOR CITIZENS
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Euro-Institut, Institut für grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit
  • Despite conflictual past experiences, cross-border flows and intercultural engagement have become a part of many citizens’ everyday life in border regions, therefore considered as laboratories of the European integration. However, those have not been spared by the rise of populism and the growth of Euroscepticism. So how can we encourage civil society in border regions to participate in the debate on the future of Europe? With this question in mind and their deep knowledge of the borders’ specificities, the members of the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN) started to develop the Engaging civil society in cross-border regions for the future of Europe project. Consisting of 5 forums taking place between 2018 and 2020 in the 5 border regions of the 9 project partners, the project will enable citizens not only to deepen their understanding of the EU but also voice their opinion about current trends and EU policy making processes.
    Over the course of the project 5 forums with live translation will take place in Strasbourg (FR, European Parliament), Girona (ES), Cieszyn (PL), Armagh/Newry (UK) and Klagenfurt/Villach (AU) and cover diverse pressing issues such as border security & Schengen, multilingualism & identity, EU citizenship & Human rights, EU Twin cities & civil society, and minorities & integration.
    Each forum will gather local and EU level stakeholders, NGOs and experts from other borders together with 50 to 120 citizens from different social-economic backgrounds and with diverging opinions about European integration in order to propose conferences, debates, workshops and opportunities to get involved in cross border cooperation or in the EU policy making process.
    The results of the forum will reach a much wider audience among citizens through the publication of the recommendations and the development of an online survey, both available in all project languages but also among important actors such as MEPs thanks to the wide network of the project partners

    Run-TimeApril/2018 - April/2021
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Project staff
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Vera Seyer
  • Corinna Maria Kudler
  • Manpreet BEDI
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Carina Födinger
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Alpine Space
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The Alpine Social Innovation Strategy aims to initiate, develop and promote a new vision of social innovation in the Alpine space area, in order to propose answers to economic and societal challenges. ASIS will develop new tools and methodologies, an innovative platform, new strategic policies & recommendations to public actors through a white book and other materials.
     
    This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
    Amount and ERDF claim: 1.528.326,53€

    Run-TimeFebruary/2020 - January/2023
    Project management
  • Marika Gruber
  • Project staff
  • Birgit Aigner-Walder
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Vera Seyer
  • Albert Luger
  • Robert Ofner
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020 Framework Programme (H2020)
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • MATILDE aims to shed light on the effects of migration processes directed towards European rural and mountain areas stemming from the arrival and settling in of TCNs, their upward trend, transformative and redistributive effects. Through local level field-work conducted with action-research methods, it aims to stimulate the engagement of local stakeholders (migrants, policymakers, civil society, transnational networks) to produce new knowledge about the processes and strategies triggered by migration at the local level. The project adopts a place-based approach and a mixed methodology in order to: • Develop and test an innovative toolbox for multi-dimensional and multi-scale assessment of the impacts of migration on the social, economic and spatial dimensions in rural and mountain areas;• Shed light on the nexus between migration and local development and on the impact of migration on territorial inequalities and regional disparities by assessing the impact of migration on the social and economic dimensions at different territorial scales;• Co-constructing a local level, participatory assessment of the impact of migration in rural and mountain areas through 13 local case studies in ten countries;• Promote place-based governance of migration and socially inclusive growth through strategic and operational recommendations targeting national, regional and local level policy makers and stakeholders;• Enhance public awareness and stimulate informed debate on the impact of migration, addressing misperceptions through dissemination and communication strategies targeting diverse groups (academia, stakeholders, citizens, migrants) at different levels.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeFebruary/2020 - January/2023
    Project management
  • Marika Gruber
  • Project staff
  • Birgit Aigner-Walder
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Vera Seyer
  • Albert Luger
  • Robert Ofner
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020 Framework Programme (H2020)
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • MATILDE aims to shed light on the effects of migration processes directed towards European rural and mountain areas stemming from the arrival and settling in of TCNs, their upward trend, transformative and redistributive effects. Through local level field-work conducted with action-research methods, it aims to stimulate the engagement of local stakeholders (migrants, policymakers, civil society, transnational networks) to produce new knowledge about the processes and strategies triggered by migration at the local level. The project adopts a place-based approach and a mixed methodology in order to: • Develop and test an innovative toolbox for multi-dimensional and multi-scale assessment of the impacts of migration on the social, economic and spatial dimensions in rural and mountain areas;• Shed light on the nexus between migration and local development and on the impact of migration on territorial inequalities and regional disparities by assessing the impact of migration on the social and economic dimensions at different territorial scales;• Co-constructing a local level, participatory assessment of the impact of migration in rural and mountain areas through 13 local case studies in ten countries;• Promote place-based governance of migration and socially inclusive growth through strategic and operational recommendations targeting national, regional and local level policy makers and stakeholders;• Enhance public awareness and stimulate informed debate on the impact of migration, addressing misperceptions through dissemination and communication strategies targeting diverse groups (academia, stakeholders, citizens, migrants) at different levels.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJuly/2020 - December/2022
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Project staff
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Danube Transnational Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The number of urban regeneration (UR) initiatives promoted by European cities is rising. The new status quo is, that UR strategies should encompass an integrated approach. Cities face challenges to develop a culture that generates public/private synergies to promote SMEs & stimulate creative urban communities. They need to tailor their UR policies to local specifications and assets & integrate local stakeholders more strongly.In line with the Project there are 2 main challenges identified:- Lack of transnational cooperation and coordination on institutional levels hindering R&I potential of the Danube Region (DR)- Insufficient capability of SMEs to adapt to innovation needsThese challenges convey flowing needs:- Establish a transnational creative UR network to improve cross-linkages & optimize internal synergies between creative and cultural industries (CCIs)- Institutionalize exchange of good practice in Urban Regeneration (UR)- Implement pilot actions based on open innovation via smart specialization strategies- Strengthen service, social & eco-innovation capacities of SMEs- Improve framework conditions and policy instruments based on the smart specializationfor a new model of urban regeneration in order to transform ideasinto practical innovative servicesSpecific objectives1. Develop a common strategy2. Develop tools and services3. Support policy dialogueInside the project are 25 Partners from 12 Countries in the Danube Region, who are looking forward to cooperating for two and a half year.RESTART_4Danube project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Danube Transnational programme in the amount of 1.348.100 EUR (IPA contribution 57.710.75, ENI contribution 136.850).RESTART_4Danube project is present on the following 4 social media platforms:- Facebook: fb.me/Restart4Danube- LinkedIn business page: www.linkedin.com/company/restart4danube- Twitter: twitter.com/Restart4Danube- Instagram: www.instagram.com/restart4danube/Website of the project:http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/restart-4danube

    • Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum/Steinbeis 2i GmbH
    • University POLITEHNICA of Bucarest (Lead Partner)
    • School of Advanced Social Studies
    • IPA - Research and development company, engineering and manufacturing for automation ...
    • University of Maribor
    • Croation Chamber of Economy
    • Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Vratsa
    • Local Council of Craiova Municipality
    • Municipality of Vratsa
    • Pannon Business Network Association
    • Municipality of Maribor
    • City of Rijeka
    • Self-Government Office of Vas County
    • Development Association NERDA
    • Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development
    • Informational Center for Innovaton and Development NOVUM
    • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeApril/2018 - April/2021
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Project staff
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Vera Seyer
  • Corinna Maria Kudler
  • Manpreet BEDI
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Carina Födinger
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Alpine Space
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The Alpine Social Innovation Strategy aims to initiate, develop and promote a new vision of social innovation in the Alpine space area, in order to propose answers to economic and societal challenges. ASIS will develop new tools and methodologies, an innovative platform, new strategic policies & recommendations to public actors through a white book and other materials.
     
    This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
    Amount and ERDF claim: 1.528.326,53€

    Run-TimeSeptember/2019 - June/2021
    Project management
  • Eithne Knappitsch
  • Project staff
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammTEIN - EUROPE FOR CITIZENS
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Euro-Institut, Institut für grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit
  • Despite conflictual past experiences, cross-border flows and intercultural engagement have become a part of many citizens’ everyday life in border regions, therefore considered as laboratories of the European integration. However, those have not been spared by the rise of populism and the growth of Euroscepticism. So how can we encourage civil society in border regions to participate in the debate on the future of Europe? With this question in mind and their deep knowledge of the borders’ specificities, the members of the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN) started to develop the Engaging civil society in cross-border regions for the future of Europe project. Consisting of 5 forums taking place between 2018 and 2020 in the 5 border regions of the 9 project partners, the project will enable citizens not only to deepen their understanding of the EU but also voice their opinion about current trends and EU policy making processes.
    Over the course of the project 5 forums with live translation will take place in Strasbourg (FR, European Parliament), Girona (ES), Cieszyn (PL), Armagh/Newry (UK) and Klagenfurt/Villach (AU) and cover diverse pressing issues such as border security & Schengen, multilingualism & identity, EU citizenship & Human rights, EU Twin cities & civil society, and minorities & integration.
    Each forum will gather local and EU level stakeholders, NGOs and experts from other borders together with 50 to 120 citizens from different social-economic backgrounds and with diverging opinions about European integration in order to propose conferences, debates, workshops and opportunities to get involved in cross border cooperation or in the EU policy making process.
    The results of the forum will reach a much wider audience among citizens through the publication of the recommendations and the development of an online survey, both available in all project languages but also among important actors such as MEPs thanks to the wide network of the project partners

    Run-TimeFebruary/2020 - January/2023
    Project management
  • Marika Gruber
  • Project staff
  • Birgit Aigner-Walder
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Vera Seyer
  • Albert Luger
  • Robert Ofner
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020 Framework Programme (H2020)
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • MATILDE aims to shed light on the effects of migration processes directed towards European rural and mountain areas stemming from the arrival and settling in of TCNs, their upward trend, transformative and redistributive effects. Through local level field-work conducted with action-research methods, it aims to stimulate the engagement of local stakeholders (migrants, policymakers, civil society, transnational networks) to produce new knowledge about the processes and strategies triggered by migration at the local level. The project adopts a place-based approach and a mixed methodology in order to: • Develop and test an innovative toolbox for multi-dimensional and multi-scale assessment of the impacts of migration on the social, economic and spatial dimensions in rural and mountain areas;• Shed light on the nexus between migration and local development and on the impact of migration on territorial inequalities and regional disparities by assessing the impact of migration on the social and economic dimensions at different territorial scales;• Co-constructing a local level, participatory assessment of the impact of migration in rural and mountain areas through 13 local case studies in ten countries;• Promote place-based governance of migration and socially inclusive growth through strategic and operational recommendations targeting national, regional and local level policy makers and stakeholders;• Enhance public awareness and stimulate informed debate on the impact of migration, addressing misperceptions through dissemination and communication strategies targeting diverse groups (academia, stakeholders, citizens, migrants) at different levels.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJuly/2020 - December/2022
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Project staff
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Danube Transnational Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The number of urban regeneration (UR) initiatives promoted by European cities is rising. The new status quo is, that UR strategies should encompass an integrated approach. Cities face challenges to develop a culture that generates public/private synergies to promote SMEs & stimulate creative urban communities. They need to tailor their UR policies to local specifications and assets & integrate local stakeholders more strongly.In line with the Project there are 2 main challenges identified:- Lack of transnational cooperation and coordination on institutional levels hindering R&I potential of the Danube Region (DR)- Insufficient capability of SMEs to adapt to innovation needsThese challenges convey flowing needs:- Establish a transnational creative UR network to improve cross-linkages & optimize internal synergies between creative and cultural industries (CCIs)- Institutionalize exchange of good practice in Urban Regeneration (UR)- Implement pilot actions based on open innovation via smart specialization strategies- Strengthen service, social & eco-innovation capacities of SMEs- Improve framework conditions and policy instruments based on the smart specializationfor a new model of urban regeneration in order to transform ideasinto practical innovative servicesSpecific objectives1. Develop a common strategy2. Develop tools and services3. Support policy dialogueInside the project are 25 Partners from 12 Countries in the Danube Region, who are looking forward to cooperating for two and a half year.RESTART_4Danube project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Danube Transnational programme in the amount of 1.348.100 EUR (IPA contribution 57.710.75, ENI contribution 136.850).RESTART_4Danube project is present on the following 4 social media platforms:- Facebook: fb.me/Restart4Danube- LinkedIn business page: www.linkedin.com/company/restart4danube- Twitter: twitter.com/Restart4Danube- Instagram: www.instagram.com/restart4danube/Website of the project:http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/restart-4danube

    • Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum/Steinbeis 2i GmbH
    • University POLITEHNICA of Bucarest (Lead Partner)
    • School of Advanced Social Studies
    • IPA - Research and development company, engineering and manufacturing for automation ...
    • University of Maribor
    • Croation Chamber of Economy
    • Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Vratsa
    • Local Council of Craiova Municipality
    • Municipality of Vratsa
    • Pannon Business Network Association
    • Municipality of Maribor
    • City of Rijeka
    • Self-Government Office of Vas County
    • Development Association NERDA
    • Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development
    • Informational Center for Innovaton and Development NOVUM
    • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeApril/2018 - April/2021
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Project staff
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Vera Seyer
  • Corinna Maria Kudler
  • Manpreet BEDI
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Carina Födinger
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Alpine Space
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The Alpine Social Innovation Strategy aims to initiate, develop and promote a new vision of social innovation in the Alpine space area, in order to propose answers to economic and societal challenges. ASIS will develop new tools and methodologies, an innovative platform, new strategic policies & recommendations to public actors through a white book and other materials.
     
    This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
    Amount and ERDF claim: 1.528.326,53€

    Run-TimeSeptember/2019 - June/2021
    Project management
  • Eithne Knappitsch
  • Project staff
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammTEIN - EUROPE FOR CITIZENS
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Euro-Institut, Institut für grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit
  • Despite conflictual past experiences, cross-border flows and intercultural engagement have become a part of many citizens’ everyday life in border regions, therefore considered as laboratories of the European integration. However, those have not been spared by the rise of populism and the growth of Euroscepticism. So how can we encourage civil society in border regions to participate in the debate on the future of Europe? With this question in mind and their deep knowledge of the borders’ specificities, the members of the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN) started to develop the Engaging civil society in cross-border regions for the future of Europe project. Consisting of 5 forums taking place between 2018 and 2020 in the 5 border regions of the 9 project partners, the project will enable citizens not only to deepen their understanding of the EU but also voice their opinion about current trends and EU policy making processes.
    Over the course of the project 5 forums with live translation will take place in Strasbourg (FR, European Parliament), Girona (ES), Cieszyn (PL), Armagh/Newry (UK) and Klagenfurt/Villach (AU) and cover diverse pressing issues such as border security & Schengen, multilingualism & identity, EU citizenship & Human rights, EU Twin cities & civil society, and minorities & integration.
    Each forum will gather local and EU level stakeholders, NGOs and experts from other borders together with 50 to 120 citizens from different social-economic backgrounds and with diverging opinions about European integration in order to propose conferences, debates, workshops and opportunities to get involved in cross border cooperation or in the EU policy making process.
    The results of the forum will reach a much wider audience among citizens through the publication of the recommendations and the development of an online survey, both available in all project languages but also among important actors such as MEPs thanks to the wide network of the project partners

    Run-TimeMay/2020 - December/2020
    Project management
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Project staff
  • Marika Gruber
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christoph KUCHLING
  • Alfred Wieser
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktDemographie
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Land Kärnten
  • Der demographische Wandel wird in Kärnten zunehmend als gesellschaftliche Herausforderung angesehen. Die Nachfrage und die Bedeutung nach demographischen Analysen nehmen zu. Dabei steht vor allem die räumliche Perspektive von Bevölkerungszusammensetzungen und -dynamiken im Fokus. Der Demographie_Check:Kärnten 2020 ist ein Projekt zwischen dem Land Kärnten (Fachabteilung 10/ Land- und Forstwirtschaft, Ländlicher Raum) und der Fachhochschule Kärnten (Studienbereich für Wirtschaft und Management / Public Management) und untersucht die Auswirkungen des demographischen Wandels auf die Regionalentwicklung in den sechs Kärntner LEADER-Regionen und dessen Gemeinden. Inkludiert in die Betrachtung und Prognose der Entwicklungen wird ebenso der Kärntner Zentralraum da starke Wechselwirkungen herrschen. Nur eine solch umfassende und mehrdimensionale Sichtweise kann weitere Kenntnisse über die Bevölkerungsveränderung in Kärnten liefern. Der demographische Wandel in all seinen Facetten könnte für das Bundesland Kärnten die bisher wohl größte Herausforderung des 21. Jahrhunderts darstellen. In vielen Teilgebieten muss man sich auf ein Ende des Bevölkerungswachstums, gepaart mit starken Polarisierungs- und Schrumpfungsprozessen einstellen. Tiefgreifende gesellschaftliche und wirtschaftliche Veränderungen vollziehen sich.

    • Land Kärnten (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJuly/2020 - December/2020
    Project management
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Project staff
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktWirtschaftsgeographie
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • NLW Tourismus Marketing GmbH
  • Im Rahmen der ETIFOR Zertifizierung (www.etifor.com/it) wird ein Gebiet zwischen Tarvis und dem Nassfeld auf seine Ökosystemdienstleistungen hin geprüft, um den Tourismus, die Landwirtschaft und die Wirtschaft allgemein stärker in Richtung Nachhaltigkeit zu entwickeln. Es soll eine neue Tourismus- und Regionalentwicklungsstrategie im Kontext einer stärker eigenständigen Regionalentwicklung unter Einbezug der lokalen Bevölkerung und Gemeinden erarbeitet werden. In Zukunft möchte dieses Gebiet als nachhaltiges Gebiet wirtschaftlich arbeiten. Die Rolle der FH dabei ist vor allem die wissenschaftliche Begleitung des Zertifizierungsprozesses sowie die Analyse der mit der Zertifizierung verbundenen regionalen Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten.

    Run-TimeFebruary/2020 - January/2023
    Project management
  • Marika Gruber
  • Project staff
  • Birgit Aigner-Walder
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Vera Seyer
  • Albert Luger
  • Robert Ofner
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammHorizon 2020 Framework Programme (H2020)
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
  • MATILDE aims to shed light on the effects of migration processes directed towards European rural and mountain areas stemming from the arrival and settling in of TCNs, their upward trend, transformative and redistributive effects. Through local level field-work conducted with action-research methods, it aims to stimulate the engagement of local stakeholders (migrants, policymakers, civil society, transnational networks) to produce new knowledge about the processes and strategies triggered by migration at the local level. The project adopts a place-based approach and a mixed methodology in order to: • Develop and test an innovative toolbox for multi-dimensional and multi-scale assessment of the impacts of migration on the social, economic and spatial dimensions in rural and mountain areas;• Shed light on the nexus between migration and local development and on the impact of migration on territorial inequalities and regional disparities by assessing the impact of migration on the social and economic dimensions at different territorial scales;• Co-constructing a local level, participatory assessment of the impact of migration in rural and mountain areas through 13 local case studies in ten countries;• Promote place-based governance of migration and socially inclusive growth through strategic and operational recommendations targeting national, regional and local level policy makers and stakeholders;• Enhance public awareness and stimulate informed debate on the impact of migration, addressing misperceptions through dissemination and communication strategies targeting diverse groups (academia, stakeholders, citizens, migrants) at different levels.

    • EACEA: The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeJuly/2020 - December/2022
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Project staff
  • Thomas Friedrich Zametter
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInnovationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Danube Transnational Programme
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The number of urban regeneration (UR) initiatives promoted by European cities is rising. The new status quo is, that UR strategies should encompass an integrated approach. Cities face challenges to develop a culture that generates public/private synergies to promote SMEs & stimulate creative urban communities. They need to tailor their UR policies to local specifications and assets & integrate local stakeholders more strongly.In line with the Project there are 2 main challenges identified:- Lack of transnational cooperation and coordination on institutional levels hindering R&I potential of the Danube Region (DR)- Insufficient capability of SMEs to adapt to innovation needsThese challenges convey flowing needs:- Establish a transnational creative UR network to improve cross-linkages & optimize internal synergies between creative and cultural industries (CCIs)- Institutionalize exchange of good practice in Urban Regeneration (UR)- Implement pilot actions based on open innovation via smart specialization strategies- Strengthen service, social & eco-innovation capacities of SMEs- Improve framework conditions and policy instruments based on the smart specializationfor a new model of urban regeneration in order to transform ideasinto practical innovative servicesSpecific objectives1. Develop a common strategy2. Develop tools and services3. Support policy dialogueInside the project are 25 Partners from 12 Countries in the Danube Region, who are looking forward to cooperating for two and a half year.RESTART_4Danube project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Danube Transnational programme in the amount of 1.348.100 EUR (IPA contribution 57.710.75, ENI contribution 136.850).RESTART_4Danube project is present on the following 4 social media platforms:- Facebook: fb.me/Restart4Danube- LinkedIn business page: www.linkedin.com/company/restart4danube- Twitter: twitter.com/Restart4Danube- Instagram: www.instagram.com/restart4danube/Website of the project:http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/restart-4danube

    • Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum/Steinbeis 2i GmbH
    • University POLITEHNICA of Bucarest (Lead Partner)
    • School of Advanced Social Studies
    • IPA - Research and development company, engineering and manufacturing for automation ...
    • University of Maribor
    • Croation Chamber of Economy
    • Chamber of Commerce and Industry - Vratsa
    • Local Council of Craiova Municipality
    • Municipality of Vratsa
    • Pannon Business Network Association
    • Municipality of Maribor
    • City of Rijeka
    • Self-Government Office of Vas County
    • Development Association NERDA
    • Organization for Small and Medium Enterprises Sector Development
    • Informational Center for Innovaton and Development NOVUM
    • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz (Fördergeber/Auftraggeber)
    Run-TimeApril/2018 - April/2021
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Project staff
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Vera Seyer
  • Corinna Maria Kudler
  • Manpreet BEDI
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Carina Födinger
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Alpine Space
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The Alpine Social Innovation Strategy aims to initiate, develop and promote a new vision of social innovation in the Alpine space area, in order to propose answers to economic and societal challenges. ASIS will develop new tools and methodologies, an innovative platform, new strategic policies & recommendations to public actors through a white book and other materials.
     
    This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
    Amount and ERDF claim: 1.528.326,53€

    Run-TimeSeptember/2019 - June/2021
    Project management
  • Eithne Knappitsch
  • Project staff
  • Doris Elisabeth Neureiter
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktMigrationsforschung
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammTEIN - EUROPE FOR CITIZENS
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • Euro-Institut, Institut für grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit
  • Despite conflictual past experiences, cross-border flows and intercultural engagement have become a part of many citizens’ everyday life in border regions, therefore considered as laboratories of the European integration. However, those have not been spared by the rise of populism and the growth of Euroscepticism. So how can we encourage civil society in border regions to participate in the debate on the future of Europe? With this question in mind and their deep knowledge of the borders’ specificities, the members of the Transfrontier Euro-Institut Network (TEIN) started to develop the Engaging civil society in cross-border regions for the future of Europe project. Consisting of 5 forums taking place between 2018 and 2020 in the 5 border regions of the 9 project partners, the project will enable citizens not only to deepen their understanding of the EU but also voice their opinion about current trends and EU policy making processes.
    Over the course of the project 5 forums with live translation will take place in Strasbourg (FR, European Parliament), Girona (ES), Cieszyn (PL), Armagh/Newry (UK) and Klagenfurt/Villach (AU) and cover diverse pressing issues such as border security & Schengen, multilingualism & identity, EU citizenship & Human rights, EU Twin cities & civil society, and minorities & integration.
    Each forum will gather local and EU level stakeholders, NGOs and experts from other borders together with 50 to 120 citizens from different social-economic backgrounds and with diverging opinions about European integration in order to propose conferences, debates, workshops and opportunities to get involved in cross border cooperation or in the EU policy making process.
    The results of the forum will reach a much wider audience among citizens through the publication of the recommendations and the development of an online survey, both available in all project languages but also among important actors such as MEPs thanks to the wide network of the project partners

    Run-TimeApril/2018 - April/2021
    Homepage
    Project management
  • Rahel Schomaker
  • Project staff
  • Dietmar Brodel
  • Vera Seyer
  • Corinna Maria Kudler
  • Manpreet BEDI
  • Jessica Pöcher
  • Christina Astrid Lobnig
  • Carina Födinger
  • Kathrin Zupan
  • ForschungsschwerpunktInternationale Beziehungen
    Studiengang
  • Wirtschaft
  • ForschungsprogrammInterreg Alpine Space
    Förderinstitution/Auftraggeber
  • ÖROK - Österreichische Raumordnungskonferenz
  • The Alpine Social Innovation Strategy aims to initiate, develop and promote a new vision of social innovation in the Alpine space area, in order to propose answers to economic and societal challenges. ASIS will develop new tools and methodologies, an innovative platform, new strategic policies & recommendations to public actors through a white book and other materials.
     
    This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
    Amount and ERDF claim: 1.528.326,53€


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