Who we are
CO-EVOLVE consists of a balanced consortium and working team, both in terms of geographical coverage and type of entity. It gathers 12 institutional, operational and scientific partners from 5 EU countries, plus an international partner (UNEP/MAP PAP/RAC), a network of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR-IMC) and 6 Associated Partners. Partners are mixed within Studying (M1) and Testing (M2) phases and according to the project’s objectives. The nature of the partnership will ensure the maximum impact of the project’s activities at all levels, in line with their skills, experience and institutional role.
PARTNER PRINCIPALE - REGIONE DI MACEDONIA E TRACCIA ORIENTALE (REMTH)
PP3 - Emilia-Romagna Region
PP6 - Po Delta Park Veneto Region
PP9 - Public Institution for Coordination and Development of Split Dalmatia County (RERA S.D.)
PP1 - Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions of Europe (CPMR)
Description of the entity
Created in Andalusia in 1990 and gathering around 40 Member Regions from 9 different EU member states and other countries (Albania, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Morocco, Spain and Tunisia) the CPMR Intermediterranean Commission (IMC) was created to express the shared interests of Mediterranean Regions in important European negotiations. It focuses on the development of the Euro-Mediterranean dialogue and territorial cooperation, concentrating its efforts on Transport and Integrated Maritime Policy, Economic and Social Cohesion, Water and Energy.
Role in the project
As WP2 (Communication) leader, the IMC will mainly be in charge of coordinating communication activities, which include elaborating promotional materials (brochure, factsheets, newsletters, videos, etc.), feeding the MED web platform, identifying and collaborating with key stakeholders through SHERPA target audience mapping, and interacting with the MED thematic community 3.1 on Sustainable Tourism. The IMC will also monitor studying and testing activities (WP3 and WP4) to follow closely the results of the project and be able to translate them into a simple language. Being a network of over 40 Mediterranean regions and having a Task Force dedicated to Sustainable and Cultural Tourism, the IMC will finally play an important role in transferring activities.
Davide Strangis, Emmanuel Maniscalco & Flora Leroy
PP4 - Priority Actions Programme Regional Activity Centre (PAP/RAC)
PP7 - Dubrovnik Neretva Regional Development Agency (DUNEA)
PP10 - Iuav University of Venice