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Projects 2002

OPEN SOCIETY FUND BRATISLAVA 2002
Project Title: Strategic Planning and Land Management
Coordinator: Built Heritage Conservation and Development Programme of AINova
Partner: Slovak Academy of Sciences, SK
Goal: The aim was to present strategic planning as a new tool for local development. A new training course was developed and the target group trained.
Target groups: Slovak municipalities, development agencies and other players in local development

AUSTRIAN FEDERAL MINISTRY FOR EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE 2002 – 2004
Title: Study Programme of Built Heritage Conservation and Development
Coordinator: Built Heritage Conservation and Development Programme of AINova
Goal: The project supported students of the one-year studies of “Built Heritage Conservation and Development”.
Target group: young heritage professionals preferably from Austria

EUROPEAN COMISSION/5th Framework Programme 2002 - 2005
Title: Re-Urban Mobile
Coordinator: City of Leipzig
Partners: Built Heritage Conservation and Development Programme of AINova, City of Ljubljana, SLO; Bologna and Leon, IT; UFZ Center for Environmental Research in Leipzig, D; Krakow University of Technology, PL; Urban Planning Institute Slovenia, SLO; University of Ljubljana, SLO; London University, Sheffield Hallum University, GB; and Institute of Geonics in Brno, CZ.
Goal: The 5th framework research project aims at analyzing the potentials for and obstacles to re-urbanization of inner city residential areas and to develop instruments, incentives and strategies for an appropriate and long-term use of these areas.
Target group: selected European towns and cities

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT OF THE SR / Austrian Government Funding 2002
Title: Communication Strategy of the Slovak Government
Coordinator: European Studies Programme of AINova
Goal: The goal of the project was the preparation and running of one training course on EU regional policy and use of pre-accession funds for members of ZMOS (Association of Towns and Municipalities) and another course for journalists from regional newspapers oriented on internal market, EMU, EU environmental policy, structural funds and enlargement of the EU. The preparation and running of a train-the-trainers courses was a part of the overall government communication strategy funded by the Austrian Government.
Target groups: elected representatives of regional associations and municipalities, journalists from regional newspapers

SWEDISH GOVERNMENT/Global Water Partnership Project 2002
Title: Integrated Water Resources Management
Coordinator: Environmental Policy Programme of AINova
Partners: Slovak Technical University, Comenius University, Water Research Institute in Hungary
Goal: The main aim of the project was to test tools for the implementation of integrated water resource management by students as potential users and to propose changes to the Tool Box for integrated water resource management, water governance and financial flows. An integral part of this service was to provide training sessions.
Target groups: members of Slovak and international institutions

BI-LATERAL LUXEMBOURG – SLOVAK Project 2002-2004
Title: Technical Assistance on Institution and Administrative Capacity Building for the Slovak Ministries of Economy, Finance and Justice
Coordinator: European Institute for Public Administration Antenna Luxembourg.
Partner: European Studies Programme of AINova
Goal: The goal of the bilateral project was the delivery of training courses in acquis implementation and EU law, and structural funds for civil servants from the Ministry of Economy and Finance and for judges.
Target group: civil servants

OFFICE OF GOVERNMENT OF THE SR / Austrian Government Funding 2002
Title: Training of the Trainers in European Union Affairs and European Integration Issues as Related to the Accession of Slovakia into the European Union
Coordinator: European Studies Programme of AINova
Goal: The goal of the project was to train a group of civil servants to be able to deliver presentations in European integration related topics. The topics covered by the training concentrated predominantly on general issues to serve as a basis for further work and/or training. The preparation and running of the train-the-trainers courses was a part of the overall government communication strategy funded by the Austrian Government.
Target group: civil servants selected from various ministries