During the conference held on 9th and 10th April 1999 in Grado (Italy), and with the support of the Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the three interregional organisations - the Assembly of European Regions (AER), the Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions (CPMR) and the Association of European Border Regions (AEBR) - adopted a common position on the Community Initiative, … [Read more...]
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Headlines: 50 years' service for democracy Recognition of Local and Regional Authorities Towards a genuine “Council of Europeans” Reinforced cooperation between the AER and the CLRAE EU report on “Better Lawmaking” AER’s Action Programme for 1999 CoR report on subsidiarity Committee C “Regional Policy” >New methods and concrete action 5th … [Read more...]
Headlines: What is the role of the Regions in the Europe of the XXIst century? Putting subsidiarity into practice Promoting regional and local autonomy Developing cooperation to succeed in EU enlargement Allowing the media to play a linking role For a Europe with the Regions >AER Strategy 2000 for the Regions of Europe “The Regions’ contribution to EU … [Read more...]
Under the presidency of Luc Van den Brande, President of the AER and Minister-President of Vlaanderen, the Presidium and the Bureau of the AER met on 12th and 13th February 1998 in Brussels for the first time this year. As a follow-up to the work of the General Assembly of Montpellier, some important decisions were made: Agenda 2000 for the regions The Bureau asked a … [Read more...]
Since the adoption of the text “A Partnership between the Citizen, Society and the Region in the area of social, health and community care”, the AER Committee for Social Affairs, Health and Employment (IV) has applied itself to the promotion of partnerships between regional representatives, associations and the beneficiaries themselves. This is indeed a new conception of the … [Read more...]
The "Declaration on Regionalism" in Europe was adopted by the AER in 1996 during the General Meeting of European Regions in Basel (CH). It is a reference document for new regions or those undergoing expansion. It defines the norms and criteria for regional development and fixes the different steps to be undertaken so that the region can beacknowledged as a fully-fledged … [Read more...]