15. 2. 2017
First workshop on reporting under Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A Slovenia-Croatia successfully deliveredLjubljana, 15 February 2017 – Lead partners and project partners of the projects selected in the first call for proposals under the Cooperation Programme Interreg V-A Slovenia-Croatia attended the first workshop on reporting held on 13 February 2017 in Šmarješke Toplice, Slovenia. The workshop was designed to introduce participants to the relevant guidance on information and communication and reporting. As part of the main objective of the workshop, participants learned how reporting is done in the electronic monitoring system (eMS) through a practical example. In ... More »
9. 2. 2017Ljubljana, 9 February 2017 – Amid perpetual change, political and economic turmoil, global connectedness and commitment to enhancing national identity, current Slovenian government launched a topical discussion on the future of Slovenia. During eighteen months, a number of workshops, panels and discussions were held to explore what kind of country people want to live in in the future. More than 600 individuals of different profiles, from all walks of life and different Slovenian places discussed and helped create a long-term vision of Slovenia in the scope of 27 events. Today’s public present... More »
31. 1. 2017Nominate the best project IN THE REGION and win an attractive prize!I drink clean water. And I have a wireless Internet connection. I get to work half an hour earlier thanks to the new road. I gained additional qualifications, for free. I started my own business – this took only a few mouse clicks in the e-VEM portal. I participated in an awesome research project. Do you know that EU money makes a difference for all of us? Find an outstanding EU-funded project in your home town and send us your nomination via this online form. If you are lucky enough to convince the voters that the nominated project, accompanied by a photo and a brief explanati... More »
Slovenia has defied predictions it would be unable to absorb its full 4.1 billion euro allocation from the European Union to boost its economy, and is on course to spend the full amount, a government minister said on Friday.
Slovenia has spent around 95 percent of the funds, a large part of which it received after the near-collapse of its banking sector in 2013, said Alenka Smerkolj, the minister responsible for European cohesion. More details