The cooperation Danube Transnational Programme is structured across four priority axes (a fifth priority axis is related to the Technical Assistance of the Danube Transnational Programme) that intend to develop coordinated policies and actions in the programme area reinforcing the commitments of the Europe 2020 strategy towards the three dimensions of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
The Second call for proposals of the Danube Transnational Programme is planned to be officially launched in Spring 2017.
A Seminar addressed to potential applicants was organised in Budapest on 9th February 2017. Click here for more information about it.
All seminar presentations were recorded in several videos and are available here.
The Second call for proposals is open to the Specific Objectives 1.2, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and 3.2 and restricted to some topics for the other SOs, except SO 4.1, which will not be addressed, according to the following table:
|Specific Objective||Restriction for the 2nd Call for Proposal|
|SO 1.1||Open: restricted to commercialisation of research results and technology transfer; cluster policies and transnational cluster cooperation based on smart specialisation approaches; management of intellectual property rights for supporting innovation|
|SO 1.2||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 2.1||Open: restricted to flood prevention (monitoring / early warning systems; preventive solutions) and/or water quality management (e.g. harmonised monitoring and assessment systems and solutions, measures to reduce nutrient and hazardous substance pollution, more efficient waste water treatment solutions)|
|SO 2.2||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 2.3||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 2.4||Open (unrestricted)|
|SO 3.1||Open: restricted to multi/ inter-modality (especially inclusive but not limited to rail and air transport), transport safety (inclusive of ITS, if applicable), IWT fleet modernisation, connectivity of rural areas and improvement of public transport|
|SO 3.2||Open (unrestricted)|