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The Interregional Cooperation Programme INTERREG IVC, financed by the European Union’s Regional Development Fund, helps Regions of Europe work together to share experience and good practice in the areas of innovation, the knowledge economy, the environment and risk prevention. EUR 302 million is available for project funding but, more than that, a wealth of knowledge and potential solutions are also on hand for regional policy-makers.
 

 

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Ceramics and traditional small crafts, referred to more and more in our days as creative industries are significant elements of our common European heritage. However, it has been an increasing challenge in the globalized world for Europe not only to preserve them, but to revive them as well, thus ensuring jobs and a living for all those involved.  

 This fact is the rationale behind CeRamICa – a project that has been formulated lead by the city of Hódmezővásárhely, a city that finds it a crucial task to preserve its almost 7,000 year old ceramics traditions. As mayor of this city I am very proud that have been trusted by our partners to act as Lead Partner of such a significant initiative, being thus also one of the first few Hungarian Lead Partners in interregional cooperation projects.  

Our project’s main objective is to find effective solutions and tools that can help creative industries, ceramics and small crafts in particular, become real economic driving forces of the respective local / regional economies in the 12 partner cities / areas and also beyond. These solutions and tools are better found jointly, in an interregional partnership, through sharing and exchanging knowledge and experiences of European cities or areas facing the same challenges.

Our joint aims have gained special importance in the light of 2009 being declared the European Year of Creativity and Innovation by the European Union. 

Ihope that as a result of CeRamICa we will all have newly born traditions viable within the frameworks of the 21st century and providing employment and income to our citizens. 


Dr. Lázár János
mayor

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The Final Conference of CeRamICa project was a major dissemination event with wide participation. The aim of the conference was to summarize the three years of CeRamICa and make the wider public get to know its results and lessons learnt together, most importantly the joint Policy Recommendations drawn by the project. Presenters of the conference were decision makers and representatives of the partners, as well as European and Hungarian politicians, professionals and representatives of similar European projects and the subsidizing INTERREG IVC Programme.

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THE LEADING INTERNATIONAL SHOWCASE FOR STUDIO CERAMICS Presented by the Craft Potters Association The Royal College of Art, London 24 February – 26 February 2012

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Final conference of CeRamICa on 15 September
Are you interested in ceramics and traditional small crafts and in promoting the development of the local economy? Do you want to find out what are the main results of a project aiming to gather best practices and European knowledge on this issue? Have you ever thought of meeting partners interested in not only preserving but reviving the local cultural heritage to boost the local economy and ensure the creation of jobs? If yes, take part in the Final Conference of CeRamICa project which will be held in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary on September 15, 2011.

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The first Best Practice Study Trip in Abruzzo Region
The Italian partner organized the first Best Practice Study Trip in its region between 4-6 August 2010

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