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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.
 

 

Final conference of CeRamICa
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, you are kindly invited to take part in the Final Conference of the CeRamICa project!

It will be held in Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary, at the Assembly Hall of the Municipality (6800 Hódmezővásárhely, Kossuth tér 1.) on September 15, 2011, from 11 to 4 pm.

Planned programme:

(Moderator: Eduardo Nogueira,Alcobaca, PT)

10.30 11.00   Registration, coffee

11.00-11.10   Opening and welcome:  János Lázár, mayor, Hódmezővásárhely

11.10-11.30   CeRamICa film

11.30-11.40   What is in the future for ceramics and small crafts? - general overview of the findings of the CeRamICa project – LP 

11.40-11.55   Policy recommendations on local / regional of CeRamICa partners - what can we do locally / regionally? – representatives of selected CeRamICa partners


11.55-12.15   What can we do nationally? Policy recommendations on national level: the Hungarian example
Géza Szőcs, state secretary for cultural affairs, Ministry of National Resources, Hungary 
- The importance of ceramics and small crafts sectors in our culture  

12.15-12.30     What do we think should be on the European Agenda?

Findings of the CeRamICa project   

12.30-12.50   Coffee break  

12.50-13.05   Representative of DG Innovation and Industry / French Association of Ceramic Cities  (tbc.)

 

13.05-13.20    Erika FULGENZI / Stefania AMOROSI, INTERREG IVC Joint Technical Secretariat

 

13.20-13.50    Panel discussion of policy makers                              

János Lázár, mayor, Hódmezővásárhely, Vezető Partner

Alain Gumiel, mayor, Vallauris-Golfe-Juan (France)

Damian Jaklin, mayor, Velika Polana (Slovenia)

István Ludescher, vce-mayor, Baia Mare (Romania)

Ieremia Mircie, vice-mayor, Turda (Romania)

Sonia Almeida, Adere Peneda Geres National Park (Portugal)

Aggelos Tsatsoulis, president, Chamber of Kavala (Greece)

Rafael Lisarde, mayor, Hoya Bunol da Chiva (Spain)

13.50-14.20   Panel discussion- including experiences of similar initiatives, similar projects in Europe                                                             

Anikó Varga, project manager Hódmezővásárhely (Hungary)                               representative of the UNIC  network

representative of Creative Clusters                              

representative of CITIES                               

representative of EURO CRAFT 21                              

representative of the European Ceramic Society

Catarina Selada, INTELI (Portugal)                              

Cristiano Gualtieri, Abruzzo Sviluppo (Italy)

Dimos Toulkidis, Chamber of Kavala (Greece)

 

14.20-14.35     What to do now? Afterlife of the CeRamICa project

János Lázár, mayor, Hódmezővásárhely (Hungary) and Anikó Varga, project manager, Hódmezővásárhely (Hungary)  

14.35 -14.40    Closing words   

14.45-15.15     Press conference   with the participation of CeRamICa partners’ political representatives 

14.45- 16.00    Lunch

 

 

The official languages of the conference are English and Hungarian. English – Hungarian and Hungarian – English interpretation will be provided.  

 

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