2014-2020

Interreg V-A Italy Austria

Program Interreg Italy Austria V 2014-2020
Program Interreg Italy Austria V 2014-2020. Sphere on a rock in the mountains @Credits by Shutterstock, Inc.

Program period 2014-2020 

The program was financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and national public contributions amounting to a total of 98 million euros. With these funds, the program implemented Italian-Austrian cooperation projects in the fields of research and innovation, nature, and culture, promoting the expansion of institutional competencies and regional development at the local level.

The Interreg V strategy was developed on the basis of the Europe 2020 objectives, the EUSALP macro-strategy, and the analysis of needs, opportunities, strengths, and weaknesses of the program area. Civil society was also involved in this analysis through consultations.

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The priorities

Four investment priorities have been identified for the 2014-2020 funding period.

The program area

The area of cooperation was expanded from previous programs by including former flexibility areas. Like today’s area, it occupied 50,000 km2 and was home to 5.5 million inhabitants. It incorporated 19 NUTS-3 areas distributed in three Italian and three Austrian regions as follows:

Austria

Land Carinthia: Klagenfurt-Villach, Upper Carinthia, Lower Carinthia.

Land Salzburg: Lungau, Pinzgau-Pongau, Salzburg and environs

Land Tyrol: Innsbruck, Tyrolean Oberland, Tyrolean Unterland, Außerfern and East Tyrol.

Italy:

Autonomous Province of Bolzano-South Tyrol

Veneto Region: Province of Belluno, Treviso and Vicenza

Autonomous Region Friuli-Venezia-Giulia: Provinces of Udine, Gorizia, Pordenone and Trieste

Area map of the Interreg Italy Austria V program 2014-2020. @Credits by Interreg IT- AT

Other documents 2014-2020

2014-2020

Kooperationsprogramm Interreg V-A Italien-Österreich 2014-2020

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Other documents 2014-2020

2014-2020

Zusammenfassender Bericht zu den Bewertungsergebnissen (Art. 114 VO EU 1303/2013)

Programmbewertung
Für die Programmperiode 2014-2020 wurden für das Kooperationsprogramm Interreg Italien-Österreich folgende Bewertungen druchgeführt: 1) Evaluation der Effizienz und Wirksamkeit des Programms und 2) Evaluation der Auswirkung der spezifischen Ziele des Programms und 3) Evaluation / Monitoring zu Umweltauswirkungen.

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Other documents 2014-2020

2014-2020

Programmflyer

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Our results

Thanks to its established expertise, the program has reaffirmed itself as a leading instrument of cross-border cooperation, building trust and helping to overcome various linguistic, administrative and legal barriers. In particular, it has proven through its projects to have a positive impact on sustainable development strategies and on raising awareness of environmental issues among the population and professionals. This impact is especially evident in terms of the protection of transboundary ecosystems and habitats. This is how Interreg has contributed to the EU’s climate goals.

Interreg projects have also encouraged small businesses to collaborate across borders on a wide range of topics. Institutional cooperation has been strengthened, including addressing common challenges in important areas such as risk prevention. Finally, the joint initiatives of multiple organizations and institutions on the direct border through the CLLD approach in areas such as child care, medicine, mobility, environment, and health should not be overlooked.

305

projects funded

357

partners involved

97 M €

invested funds

Success stories

Here you can find some of the projects that have successfully achieved their goals and can stand as models for present and future Interreg beneficiaries.

Interreg V-A IT-AT

2014-2020

AppleCare

AppleCare is a research project that primarily targets people suffering from pollen allergy. One-fifth of the (...)

 

Interreg V-A IT-AT

2014-2020

Re-Cereal

The Re-Cereal project is a supraregional research project between the regions of Carinthia (Austria), South Ty(...)

 

Interreg V-A IT-AT

2014-2020

Winhealth

Winter tourism in rural Alpine regions is a key economic factor and source of employment. The WinHealth projec(...)

 

Interreg V-A IT-AT

2014-2020

Albina

The Albina project makes it possible to be informed on a daily basis about what is happening in the mountain r(...)

 

Interreg V-A IT-AT

2014-2020

Stop

This small-scale project, which took place in the Dolomites Live region, aims to combat sexual discrimination (...)

Area Dolomiti Live

Interreg V-A IT-AT

2014-2020

BIOS

According to the World Diversity Council IPBES report released in May 2019, more than one million plant and an(...)

Area Dolomiti Live