List of partner networks
Airport Council International (ACI)
represents over 450 airports in 45 European countries, handling over 90% of commercial air traffic in Europe. ACI leads and serves the European airport industry and maintains strong links with other ACI regions throughout the world.
is an international network of cities and regions aiming at promoting smart resource consumption, sustainable management through prevention, reuse and recycling.
The Association of Local Democracy Agencies (ALDA)
is a non-governmental organisation established in 1999 at the initiative of the Council of Europe dedicated to the promotion of good governance and citizen participation at the local level.
The Conference of European Regional Legislative Assemblies (CALRE)
unites 74 presidents of European regional legislative assemblies. CALRE was founded on 7 October 1997 in Oviedo, Spain, to grant a place and European role to regional parliaments.
The European Coordination Committee of the Radiological, Electromedical and Healthcare IT Industry (COCIR)
is the European Trade Association representing medical imaging, health ICT and electromedical industries.
The Community of Regions for Assisted Living (CORAL)
is an European network of regions collaborating in the field of Ambient Assisted Living and Active and Healthy Ageing. Through a process of open innovation.
The European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN)
is a network of around 150 quality-certified EU|BICs (business and innovation centres) and 100 other organisations that support the development and growth of innovative entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs.
The European Network of Cultural Administration Training Centres (ENCATC)
is the only European network gathering together higher educational institutions and training organizations dealing with cultural management education and training.
The European Patients Forum (EPF)
is an umbrella organisation that works with patients groups in public health and health advocacy across Europe. The members represent specific chronic disease groups at EU level or are national coalitions of patients.
As a concept, eRegion denotes Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-supported initiatives that transcend traditional borders and boundaries. A wide variety of eRegion initiatives are increasingly pervasive in global contexts.
The European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN)
is a Brussels-based platform of Research and Innovation Organisations and Stakeholders in Regions. ERRIN aims to strengthen regional Research and Innovation capacities.
The Acting Collectively to bridge Space and Society (EURISY)
raises awareness of emerging satellite applications which can help professional communities in many sectors of application: from transport to risk management, from habitat protection to energy.
The Foundation of European Regions for Education and Training (FREREF)
is the instrument European Regions have adopted in the field of education and training to create a forum for exchanges and cooperation.
The European Countryside Movement (ECM)
is a platform gathered around specific initiatives and/or position papers. Without legal or politic personality, it values the specific NGOs partners while respecting their identity and diversity.
The Global Taskforce of Local and Regional Governments
is a coordination mechanism that brings together the major international networks of local and regional governments to undertake joint advocacy relating to international policy processes, particularly the climate change agenda, the Sustainable Development Goals and Habitat III. The Global Taskforce supports the work of the Local Authorities Major Group to facilitate the participation of the constituency in United Nations processes related to sustainable development.
The Local Authorities Major Group
gathers a number of networks of local and sub‑national governments working on sustainable development policies and programmes that are willing to engage in the international negotiation processes. Through its links with the Global Taskforce it reaches all relevant networks – thematic, regional and global – working for local governments internationally.
The MIHealth Management & Clinical Innovation Forum
is working on an innovative and renovated scientific programme focused on the new challenges of the Health System and how to applied new technologies to enhance the efficiency of the Hospital Management Systems.
The Association of North East Asia Regional Governments (NEAR)
is an international organization founded by 29 regional governments from Northeast Asian Countries. NEAR is committed to contributing to the co-development of the region and world peace.
The Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies (NEREUS)
is an initiative by regions from all over Europe emphasising the use of space technologies. The network aims to explore the benefits of space technologies for Regions and their citizens and to spread their applications.
The Region of Climate Action (R20)
is a non-profit organization founded in 2010 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and other global leaders in cooperation with the United Nations. R20 is a coalition of partners led by regional governments that work to help the world achieve our shared global environmental and economic goals.
The World Health Organisation’s Regions for Health Network (WHO-RHN)
is the authority responsible for public health within the United Nations system. The WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe) is one of WHO’s six regional offices around the world.
The World Investment Conference (WIC)
runs the leading conferences on cross-border investments. These unique platforms are dedicated to stimulating and facilitating FDI from around the world to specific and targeted countries or regions.
The Zero Project
Zero Project’s mission is working for a world with zero barriers. Worldwide, the Zero Project finds and shares models that improve the daily lives and legal rights of all persons with disabilities.