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CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library

The CENTRAL EUROPE Programme helps to improve living and working conditions in your region. Take a look at the CENTRAL EUROPE Output Library to find out what our projects do.

The Output Library collects (case) studies, surveys, analyses, inventories, guidelines and other interesting products from all our projects. Each output is connected with specific keywords.

Searching for a keyword or clicking on one of them in the tag cloud below will show you a list of relevant documents. 

You can also search thematically according to colour: innovation, transport, environment, energy, demographic change, cultural heritage, cross-cutting topics.


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The report provides an overview on regions in Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary and Slovenia including general information of the region (population, economy), mining history, regional potentials, existing projects and development strategies, as well as a statement on actors and their interplay.

Project:ReSOURCE - Utilisation of post-mining potentials for sustainable re-development in Central European mining cities and regions
Countries:Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia
Date:December 2009
Tag(s):Brownfield (revitalisation), Degraded areas, Regional development, Social change, Mining

Present study is aimed at summarising the demographics and state of elderly people within the municipal areas, it examines the social integration and exclusion, the embeddedness in the neighbourhood and the local society, describes the main characteristics of social connections (family, neighbours, civic possibilities, voluntary work).

Project:Q-AGEING - Quality Ageing in an Urban Environment
Countries:Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia
Date:October 2009
Tag(s):Ageing, Demographic change, Demography, Elderly, Labour market, Rural areas, Social change, Social infrastructure

This working paper focuses on existing policies, practices
and problems in the field of urban open space planning in the 8 project partner
countries.

Project:UrbSpace - Urban spaces – enhancing the attractiveness and quality of the urban environment
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Date:December 2010
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Regional development, Social change, Urban area

Public participation in public space improvement projects is based on general principles of working with the public. A number of specific techniques have already been developed in this field and are used with success.

Project:UrbSpace - Urban spaces – enhancing the attractiveness and quality of the urban environment
Countries:Czech Republic, Slovakia
Date:October 2009
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Social change, Urban area

The aim of the paper is to give some practical suggestions and criteria to all those involved in urban planning process (architects, urban planners, public authorities) under a gender point of view.

Project:UrbSpace - Urban spaces – enhancing the attractiveness and quality of the urban environment
Countries:Austria, Italy
Date:September 2009
Tag(s):Degraded areas, Social change, Urban area

The objective of secondary data analysis concerning migrations was to show the present state and the perspectives of, as well as attitudes towards, migrations in the countries of the survey (Poland, Germany and Ukraine). The situation in the conurbations of Wroclaw, Dresden and Lviv was taken into special consideration. An essential element of the analysis was to show what impact economic migrations have on the development of business enterprises.

Project:Via Regia + - Via Regia plus - Sustainable Mobility and Regional Cooperation along the Pan-European Transport Corridor III
Countries:Germany, Poland
Date:August 2009
Tag(s):Depopulation, Entrepreneur(ship), Human capital, Migration, Social change

This study provides the status of waste collectors and their income from waste picking (in comparison to the main income in their home countries).

Project:TransWaste - Formalisation of informal sector activities in collection and transboundary shipment of wastes in and to CEE
Countries:Austria, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Tag(s):Environment, Waste management, Social change

The Central European Ageing Strategy has been developed by the project consortium of the Central European Knowledge Platform for an Ageing Society, in short CE-Ageing Platform. Based on the CE-Ageing Vision, the CE-Ageing Platform identified existing potentials, established recommendations for policy change and now presents the CE-Ageing Strategy as green paper to the public.

Project:CE-Ageing Platform - Central European Knowledge Platform for an Ageing Society
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Ageing, Elderly, Demographic change, Depopulation, Knowledge, Human capital, Social change

The Strategy covers a wide range of policy interventions aiming at sustainable economic growth and social cohesion with focus on four major areas of concern: employability, migration, family, healthy ageing.

Project:CE-Ageing Platform - Central European Knowledge Platform for an Ageing Society
Countries:Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia
Tag(s):Ageing, Demographic change, Elderly, Demography, Migration, Labour market, Social infrastructure, Social change

Traditional and Wild Transnational Model has been constructed on the basis of practical experiences with promotion of up-to date use of the natural flora by local inhabitants and at the same time reviving, distributing and preserving special cultural traditions in 7 pilot locations (CZ, HU, PL and SI). It analyses both similarities and specialities of different regions as well as describes the tools and methods available to implement the model in central Europe.

Project:Traditional and wild - Promoting traditional collection and use of wild plants to reduce social and economic disparities in Central Europe
Countries:Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia
Tag(s):Social change, Flora, Traditions