Transnational cooperation & Best practices

EURADRIA promotes transnational cooperation, with targeted actions to support cohesion, resilience and collaboration across Europe. On this page you will find information on activities and active collaborations, but also useful updates and initiatives at European level.

EURADRIA believes in the value of COLLABORATION as a way to strengthen COHESION, as a way to create opportunities to support each other to face the coming months and years.
EURADRIA supports the strategy of RESILIENCE as a way to join forces and support the efforts of Organisations, Services, Institutions, Workers, Enterprises and Citizens, to be able to better respond to current and future needs, sharing best practices, as well as alternative and innovative ways to manage our activities and exchanging working methods.

  • Cross-Border Hackathon: Job Mobility, Transnational Cooperation, Cohesion and Resilience(december 2021): the first Cross-Border Hackathon (DG EMPL-UNIT E1), organised by EURADRIA with the participation of the European Commission, the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC), the National Coordination Office EURES Italy (NCO EURES Italy-ANPAL), the National Coordination Office of EURES Slovenia (NCO EURES Slovenia-ZRSZ), the Italian National Cohesion Agency, the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation EGTC GO, the EU Strategy for the Adriatic Ionian Region (EUSAIR), the Alliance of European Cross-Border Citizens (AEBR/MOT/CESCI).
  • European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation GECT GO/EZTS GO: the EGTC GO is an Italian public body with legal personality, founded by the Municipalities of Gorizia, Nova Gorica and Šempeter-Vrtojba in 2011 under Regulation (EC) No. 1082/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council, to identify and address common challenges that can make the cross-border territory more competitive and attractive. The EGTC GO is a body that has jurisdiction over the territory of the three cities: it can go beyond the borders and face, for the first time, the challenges of a cooperation that plans and implements together, no longer thinking of three separate municipalities, but of a single cross-border city, with no more divisions.
  • Conference on the Future of Europe (#FutureofEU): a platform created by the European Union, which is at the heart of the Conference on the Future of Europe. Here you have the opportunity to express yourself, tell about the Europe you would like to live in and help shape our future. There are many topics: climate change and environment, health, a stronger economy, social justice and employment, the EU in the world, digital transformation, European democracy, migration, values and rights, rule of law, security, education, culture, youth and sport, other ideas.
  • Recovery and Resilience Facility: as part of a wide-ranging response, the aim of the Recovery and Resilience Facility is to mitigate the economic and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic and make European economies and societies more sustainable, resilient and better prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the green and digital transition. Inside the page, the National Recovery and Resilience Plans implemented by Member States.
  • European Labour Authority (ELA) campaigns: ELA ensures that EU rules on labour mobility and social security coordination are enforced in a fair and effective way and makes it easier for citizens and businesses to reap the benefits of the internal market. ELA promotes campaigns to protect the rights and obligations of workers and businesses in different employment sectors and on different topics. The campaigns on seasonal work (#Rights4AllSeasons) and undeclared work (#EU4FairWork) are examples.