In the Danube Region “Who is Who” you can find out about relevant institutions in the Danube Region. This non-exhaustive list is expected to grow over time. Would you like your institution to be listed in the “Who is Who”? If yes, click here.
The AII (which includes eight Members: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia) aims to strengthen regional cooperation in order to promote political and economic stability, thus creating a solid base for the process of European integration.
The Bulgarian Alliance for Environment was founded in February 2004 as a non-government non-profit organization in public benefit. The association aims at supporting the multidisciplinary initiatives and research in the field of environmental protection, environmental risk management and prevention, sustainable development (incl. urban areas) for contributing to the integrated policy and management process of society, economics and environment, incl. the natural and cultural heritage.
Contact: Stefan Daskalov, alliance-bg(at)newage-bg.com
ARC’s mission is focused on nature and environmental protection, development of programmes and projects for infrastructure development and management plans for protected areas in the Danube River Basin, by uniting international experts in all domains. Romanian Consultancy Agency aims at improving the regional cooperation in the Danube Region also by promoting the inclusion of all citizens and building prosperity.
Created in 1990, the Arge Donauländer aims at promoting co-operation among its members for the development of the Danube area to serve the interests of its inhabitants and to foster peaceful cooperation in Europe. Location of the Secretariat: St Pölten, Land Lower Austria, AT
ASDE is a non-governmental organization registered in Bulgaria since 1998. All activities of ASDE are realized with governmental, municipal and public support aiming fostering the sustainable development of Bulgaria and the successful integration in the European Union; ASDE is partner in various innovation projects under the 6,7 FP, under the CBC program between Romania and Bulgaria, and has a CoA with EC – DG JRC. ASDE supports and takes part in the initiative for European regional centers network.
In this section you will find information and documents on the development of the EU Danube Strategy in Austria
The Bavarian Ministry of the Interior is in charge of the coordination of Priority Area Security, together with the German Ministry of the Interior and Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior.
EUROLINK-House of Europe is the co-ordinator of the Black Sea – Danube Regional Network for Social & Economic Innovation, which was launched in 2011. Within an institutional partnership with the National Coordinator of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region, the Regional Network plays the role of integrator of initiatives and partnerships from the Black Sea – Danube area.
The Chamber’s purpose is to participate in the development of a favourable business environment and to support its members in their relations with local and central public authorities. In order to achieve this goal, the Chamber will promote a coherent economic and social development policy of Brasov County.
The BSEC came into existence as a unique and promising model of multilateral political and economic initiative aimed at fostering interaction and harmony among the Member States (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Turkey and Ukraine), as well as to ensure peace, stability and prosperity, encouraging friendly and good-neighbourly relations in the Black Sea region.
The Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior is in charge of the coordination of Priority Area Security, together with the German Ministry of the Interior and the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior.
BRCCI supports economic development between Bulgaria and Romania; cooperation among local businesses and partners from EU; provides information and consultancy services to the business to raise competitiveness and support for sustainable growth. BRCCI is an active actor in regional development working on topics like fostering employment and entrepreneurship, life-long learning, combating climate change, promoting social responsibility, knowledge-based economy and innovations.
Contact: Eleonora Ivanova, email@example.com
Casa Verde a Dunarii (CVD) – Danube Green House: Zonal Center for Competitiveness and Training EUSDR
CVD serves as an information and local representation office. It provides training and support for professionals and group leaders in order to support and raise awareness about local, regional and national initiatives in the Danube region.
Contact: Ovidiu Slimac, firstname.lastname@example.org
CASEE, is a network of Central and South Eastern European Higher Education Institutions relating to the Life Science disciplines (agriculture, food, biotechnology, natural resources, rural development and the environment).
CEE Portal is an Austria-based business platform for Central-and Southeastern Europe. The company is working with a large number of organizations to promote conferences and other events connected with the markets of CEE. For more information, please feel free to visit www.cee-portal.at.
Contact: Martin Kolmhofer, kolmhofer(at)cee-portal.at
CES was founded in 1993 as an independent non-profit research, education and advocacy organization. Its mission is to serve as a catalytic institution for the environmentally sustainable development of Hungary and the SEE region.
Contact: Ferenc Laczó, laczo(at)ktk-ces.hu
The Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI) is a trans-disciplinary social science research institute founded in 1990. The ZSI-unit “Research Policy and Development” acts as a resource centre for the Austrian Ministry for Science and Research in particular for contributions to PA7 “Knowledge Society” of the EUSDR, acting as observer in the Steering Group, carrying out a co-publication analysis etc.
The Central European Initiative (CEI) is the oldest and largest intergovernmental forum for regional cooperation in Europe, with an observer status in the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Launched in Ulm by the “Deklaration der Donastädte” on 4 July 1998, the CODCR is a major inter-municipal and interregional network, to become an example of cross-border cooperation in the Danube Region. With its political Head Office in Ulm and operational Headquarters and General Secretariat in Bucharest, the Council of Danube Cities and Regions is a bridge that links European, regional and local institutions to the academic, business, financing networks and other representatives of the civil society.
C.R.E.A.M. Europe PPP Alliance is an European Public Private Partnership Association and the acronym stands for COMMUNITY, REALIZATION, EUROPEAN, AID, MASTERPLAN. C.R.E.A.M. is a Think Tank and Learning Organization to promote and initiate PPP projects in all infrastructure areas as a sustainable regional development strategy. The knowledge network consists of 9 national own Public Private Partnership associations and over 200 PPP units worldwide.
Contact: Dipl.-Ing. Zoran Jelic, z.jelic(at)cream-europe.eu
Inland Navigation Development Centre is a non-profit company founded in 2003 by Croatian inland port authorities, port operators and shippers, with the aim to promote, motivate and enhance the development of inland waterway transport. CRUP has been involved in development of transport sector in Croatia and southeast Europe by leading or participating in EU funded projects.
Contact person: Ivan Šuker, email@example.com
The “Danube” Group, set up in January 2009, advocates the development by the European Commission of a “Danube region strategy”, to which it wishes to make an effective contribution. It also intends to promote a common identity for the Danube region in order to affirm the region’s full potential. The group intends to work towards creating synergies and to raise the region’s profile at national, regional and European levels. Location: Brussels, Belgium
The DABLAS Task Force is a successful example of providing a platform between International Funding Institutions, donors and beneficiaries to support cooperation and to leverage investment projects for the protection of water and water-related ecosystems of the Danube and Black Sea.
WWF campaign for a living river
The purpose of the DCCA is to develop sustainable competitiveness of the economies connected by the River Danube. The DCCA serves to promote industrial and commercial activities aiming at economic and environmental development of the Danube Region.
For the involvement of NGOs and the civil society in the open stakeholder process of shaping and realizing the new strategy.
The Danube Commission is an international intergovernmental organization, set up by the Convention regarding the regime of navigation on the Danube signed in Belgrade on 18 August 1948. The primary tasks of the Danube Commission activity are provision and development of free navigation on the Danube…. (More on the Website) Location of the Secretariat: Budapest, Hungary
Danube Competence Center (DCC) is a tourism network of more than 70 members from ten Danube countries. Through development and marketing of cross-border tourism products (for example the www.danube.travel website) and fostering intergovernmental cooperation, DCC contributes to socio-economic sustainability of Danube region. DCC is supported by German Federal Ministry of Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ) and implemented through Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
danube connects is a magazine for the Danube countries, and an international platform for information and publicity about cooperation and projects along the river Danube. The magazine brings together a network of journalists, organises journalist workshops and works within the Danube Media Network.
Contact: Sabine Geller, info(at)danubeconnects.eu
International Scientific Forum “Danube – River of Cooperation” (DCP) is a non-governmental organisation working for nearly 20 years to improve all forms of regional cooperation in the Danube Region, with focus on the close cooperation between the Danube region countries in transition. Location of the Secretariat: Belgrade, Serbia.
Danube Day is a celebration of a cleaner, safer river following many years of international cooperation. Huge festivals on the banks of the rivers; public meetings and fun, educational events pay tribute to the Danube, its peoples and the progress that has been made.
The Danube Institute for interdisciplinary research is a research institute incorporated into the Andrássy University Budapest (AUB). The aim of this international department is to deal with questions concerning the political, economic and cultural evolution of the Danube region. Currently, the Danube Institute is focusing on following topics: European integration processes; transformation processes: quality of democracies and economic systems; and forming identity: nationalities, cultures and minorities.
The Danube Rectors’ Conference (DRC) is a strong network of 56 universities in the Danube region which aims to improve higher education in teaching and research, and supports the advancement of member universities by establishing sustainable contacts.
Danube Region Strategy Web-Platform of the Republic of Serbia
The Danube Region Strategy Labgroup is a think tank, reflecting on how Priority Area Coordinators and funding sources can operationally implement the Strategy in a coordinated way.
The Danube Tourist Commission was founded in 1970 to form a tourism marketing association. The aim was to make the Danube region better known internationally and to promote tourism in the area. In 1998 the Danube Tourist Commission extended its activities to include the Main-Danube Canal. Location of the Secretariat: Vienna, Austria
“Danube Universities” is a partnership project between universities along the Danube in the subject area Renewable energy and efficient use of energy. A trans-regional, voluntary partnership between Danube universities builds a trans-regional network that opens new avenues to the partners. Possible forms of cooperation of the Danube universities are: exchange of experiences, exchange among students, practical training in firms/institutes, exchange of teachers, summer schools, know how transfer, common research projects.Contact: info(at)donauhochschule-ulm.de
DAC is a Consortium of Universities and Institutions working for a Culture of Innovation in the Danube region since 2004. DAC Programs are available in Master Degree of Integral Innovation, Innovation is Hope (community development by creativity) and Sky is the Limit (creativity training for children). Contact: Prof. George Teodorescu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Danubiz is founded on the principles of innovation and subsidiarity promoting regional sustainable development in the Danube area. In our effort to increase procedural transparency and efficiency between private – public cooperation, danubiz is acting as a facilitator between European, national, regional and local bodies, private stakeholders (e.g exhibition organizers, banking sector, education providers) and emerging small and medium enterprises. Contact: Alina Nedelcu: alina.nedelcu(at)danubiz.eu
Project agency set up in 2002 by the cities of Ulm and Neu-Ulm for interregional cooperation in the Danube area. Location: Ulm, Germany
The City Network DonauHanse was established in 2006, to establish a network of cities, which provides sound solutions to similar problems with the greatest possible benefit for all participating cities and regions along the Danube. Until today the network consist of 24 members along the Danube. DonauHanse offers the possibility to develop projects for all members or host other activities like know-how transfer workshops, to develop solutions for similar problems together.
The aim of the association Danube.EDU is to promote international cooperation in the field of youth, supporting the involvement of young people in the life of the community and stimulating cooperation activities between countries in the Danube-Black Sea region.
ENERO is an independent non-profit technical consultancy and research center active in the energy field since 1999. ENERO activity focuses on renewable energy sources and energy efficiency promotion. ENERO has been member of numerous European project consortia within the Framework Programmes for research and development, SEE – South-East Europe Transnational Cooperation Programme, IEE – Intelligent Energy Europe.
The Europaforum Wien was established in 1995 with the intention to give support to the Vienna city government and administration in all issues relating to the EU integration process. The work of Europaforum Wien focusses mainly on three themes of the political and societal ”project Europe”: the integration of the European Union with all its different aspects; the reinforcement of the Urban Agenda in thought and action of the Union; and the development, or improvement, of European democracy.
The Europa Zentrum Baden-Württemberg has been working as an Institute and Academy for European Affairs since 1976. It is a non-party, independent non-profit institution of civic education, supported by the state of Baden-Württemberg and based in Stuttgart, Germany. In the framework of the EUSDR the Europa Zentrum Baden-Württemberg is engaged in information and capacity building projects.
Contact: Florian Setzen, Director: florian.setzen(at)europa-zentrum.de
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development fosters transition to market economies in countries from central and eastern Europe to the southern and eastern Mediterranean.
The European Danube Academy is an institutional platform for networking activities of the Danube countries, cities and regions. It offers interdisciplinary conferences, symposia and courses of lectures on scientific, environmental and cultural issues regarding current political and social developments in the Danube region. Location: Ulm, Germany
Get to know the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region, Priority Areas and Horizontal Actions, keep updated with the latest news and check out the publications and events. The website is coordinated by the European Commission – DG Regional Policy and INTERACT Point Turku.
EAEMDR is a national public authority within the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications. It is the only specialized organization in Bulgaria which carries out the entire range of supporting activities for maintenance of the waterway, aquatory of the ports and the winter camps for providing safety navigational conditions in the Bulgarian section of the Danube River.
Contact: Pavlin Tsonev, p.tsonev(at)appd-bg.org
The services delivered by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH draw on a wealth of regional and technical expertise and tried and tested management know-how. As a state owned enterprise, we support not only the German government and the German Federal States but also the European Commission in achieving their objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. We are also engaged in international education work around the globe.
Contact: Tobias Seiberlich: tobias.seiberlich(at)giz.de
The Global Water Partnership Central and Eastern Europe is an inclusive platform for organizations promoting practical implementation of integrated water resources management in 12 countries of the region – Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The GWP vision is for a water secure world.
Contact: Richard Müller: gwpcee(at)shmu.sk
We are an eco team for which the actions of protecting the environment are part of every natural gesture. We aim to achieve certain activities of general interest of a community by: promoting the principles of sustainable development, economical and environmental values; promoting the principles and values of community and inter-community cooperation; civic engagement and respect for legality and democratic values, cultural values; tourism in Romania; promoting local, regional, national and European cooperation.
Contact: Ionut Georgescu: email@example.com
The IAD was founded in 1956 with the goal of promoting and coordinating activities in the fields of limnology, water management, and water protection in the Danube River basin.
The International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River (ICPDR) works to ensure the sustainable and equitable use of waters and freshwater resources in the Danube River Basin. The work of the ICPDR is based on the Danube River Protection Convention Location of the Secretariat: Vienna International Center, Vienna, Austria
The central goals of the International Elias Canetti Society include a dedication to researching Canetti’s work, promoting the European integration process and participating in rebuilding civil societal structures in post-communist Bulgaria. Through their various methods, the Society’s work encompasses four fields: Cultural mediation, cultural dialog, civic education and academics. The Society publishes its own series of books, a bilingual magazine for transdisciplinary cultural studies, and additional literary series in the Bulgarian language. Particular emphasis is placed when realizing cultural, educational and academic projects on cooperation between the countries of the Danubian cultural region.
The Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) addresses current questions regarding the Danube region, Central and Southeast Europe to enhance knowledge about the region and promote good neighbourly relations. Since its foundation in 1953, the IDM conducts research projects, organises events and issues publications aiming at different target groups. The focus of all these activities are political, economic, social and cultural developments in the Danube Region and Central Europe. Thus, the IDM provides the broad public, media, multipliers (teachers), students and public institutions with recent information. The IDM advocates European integration, aims to foster regional integration in South Eastern Europe and supports the implementation of the current EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR).
The vision of the International Sava River Basin Commission (ISRBC) is a transboundary cooperation for sustainable development of the region. ISRBC has been established for purpose of the implementation of the Framework Agreement on the Sava River Basin (FASRB), namely the provision of cooperation of the Parties to the FASRB, for realization of a number of goals.
KulturKontakt Austria (KKA) is a European competence and resource centre for education, culture and the arts, focusing geographically on Austria, Eastern and South Eastern Europe. KKA operates as an Austrian institution on behalf of and supported by the Federal Ministry for Education, Arts and Culture. The core areas of activity of this non-profit organisation are cultural cooperation, arts sponsorship, cultural education in schools, and educational cooperation, including support for the Priority Area 9 “People and Skills” of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region.
The Migration, Asylum, Refugees Regional Initiative (MARRI) deals with the issues of migration management in the Western Balkans by promoting closer regional cooperation and a comprehensive, integrated, and coherent approach to the issues of migration, asylum, border management, visa policies and consular cooperation, refugee return and settlement in order to meet international and European standards.
NIRDT is a public body coordinated by the Ministry of National Education of Romania. NIRDT projects include the evaluation of tourism potential of the territory, strategies and policy for tourism development and for destination marketing, tourism planning, creation of tourism products, re-launching of tourism destinations, and a series of studies aimed to develop cycle tourism.
Pannon Business Network Association was established in 2006 as a new network of innovation development and facilitation of the West Pannon region – Hungary. The Association was initiated by 25 Industrial Parks and 6 leading cluster organizations. With these strong fundaments, today, the Network itself covers more than 800 companies such as SMEs and multinationals in the West Pannon region. With its institutional partners PBN is currently managing 21 running INTERREG and FP7 projects for the benefit of companies and business development non profit organizations.
Contact: Matyas Lazary, lazary(at)pbn.hu
Pro Progressione is multi-functional agency for cultural management, working in three main fields: representing, organizing and participating as an active member in the work of the cultural community. Through an international network, we react to the urge need of a stronger trans-national mobility. One of our aims is to redefine a common identity along the Danube through art.
Contact: Barna Petrányi, firstname.lastname@example.org
PIDIN – Partnership for Improvement of Danube Infrastructure and Navigation (through the Southeast European Cooperative Initiative)
PIDIN is a forum, within which economic development aspects of the Danube River Basin are being dealt with. Primary focus of the discussions are inland waterways transport, navigation and cooperation within the Danube River Basin area, including related topics such as environment, navigation, infrastrucure, energy, project implementation and coordination.
Established in 1996 as a body governed by public law it works for the regional economic development and innovation policies, social entrepreneurship, green infrastructure and energy efficiency, training, labour market development, historical and cultural heritage and tourism.
The Regional Cooperation Council promotes mutual cooperation and European and Euro-Atlantic integration of South East Europe in order to inspire development in the region to the benefit of its people. The work of RCC focuses on the following priority areas: economic and social development, infrastructure and energy, justice and home affairs, security cooperation, and building human capital and parliamentary cooperation.
Contact: Mr Miroslav Kukobat, Senior Expert on Energy and Infrastructure, Head of Unit, email: miroslav.kukobat(at)rcc.in
Set up in 1990, the Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe (REC) is an international organisation with a mission to assist in solving environmental problems. Location of the Head Office: Szentendre, Hungary. The REC has offices in 17 Central and Eastern European countries.
ReSPA is an international organisation which has been entrusted with the mission of boosting regional cooperation in the field of public administration in the Western Balkans. As such, ReSPA is a unique historical endeavour, established to support the creation of accountable, effective and professional public administration systems for the Western Balkans on their way to EU accession.
The Romanian Inland Ports union is an association (NGO) of port administrations and port operators from Danube ports along the Romanian sector of the Danube. The aim is to support and promote Romanian inland ports and IWT. As an active member of the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) our association is deeply involved in European strategy and policy.
This association aims, among others, at promoting the intermodal transport/Short Sea Shipping (SSS)/Inland Waterway Transport (IWT) facilities available in Romania Location: Constanta, Romania
In this section you will find information and documents on the development of the EU Danube Strategy in Romania
Part of main objectives are: decent conditions for work, legal assistance in public procurement, promoting domestic and international relationships within the Danube Region Strategy. Since April 2013, our organization has started launching the Regional Centre for Training and Competitiveness: the Danube Green House, in order to support the implementation of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region.
Contact: Ovidiu Slimac: ovidiu.slimac(at)sn-seap.ro
The SECI, Initiative launched in 1996 as alternative to the Dayton Agreement, aims at contributing to the regional efforts for sustainable development and integration and the bridging of remaining obstacles to cooperation and development in South East Europe.
One of SECI´s Danube initiatives is the “Partnership for Improvement of Danube Infrastructure and Navigation” (PIDIN): PIDIN is a forum addressing economic development aspects of the Danube River Basin. Primary focus are inland waterways transport, navigation and cooperation within the Danube River Basin area, including related topics such as environement, navigation, infrastructure, energy, project implementation and coordination.
The South-East European Cooperation Process is a forum for diplomatic and political dialogue reaffirming the political will and readiness of the countries from SEE to work together and to follow a common agenda thus meeting the region’s needs of stability, security, democratization and economic prosperity.
The Association is dedicated to building public security in South Eastern Europe,through its co-operative police services, together with the citizens and its partner organizations.
SEEHN is a political and institutional forum set up by the governments of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to promote peace, reconciliation and health in the region. WHO/Europe lends technical support to SEEHN’s various health projects, after having supplied its secretariat, along with the Council of Europe, from 2001 to 2009.
Steinbeis Danube Center is a non-profit institution for fostering the implementation of Danube Strategy. It acts as the integrative link for all stakeholders of Danube Region. The Center is directly involved in activities of several Steering Groups (PA 7, 8, 9). Its work is based on 17 years experience in economic promotion and regional development in Middle and Eastern Europe.
Contact: Jürgen Raizner, raizner(at)danube-center.com
Sultan’s Trail is a route of walking, biking and cultural tourism which follows the footsteps of Sultan Süleyman the magnificent through the Eastern Europe and Balkans to Turkey. In total 2200 kilometers, Sultan’s Trail passes 9 countries: Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. The Sultan’s Trail serves as a place of meeting and connection for people of all faiths and cultures, and as a catalyst for sustainable tourism and economic development. It also provides a platform for the energy and idealism of young people and a focus for positive media highlighting the rich culture and hospitable people of Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
Contact: Sedat Cakir, sedat(at)sultanstrail.com
This website offers an extensive range of information about different theme-areas, like culture, nature, events, leisure-time activities, accommodation etc, in the south-eastern part of the Danube Region.
Data collection and approaches for the reduction of CO2 emission in canteen kitchen
ThinkCamp is coordinating the dunaVision network and conducting learning journeys and the Caravans of Change in the Danube region countries. The objectives are to foster a sustainable future by conducting innovative non formal learning programs, supporting lighthouse projects and publishing patterns for sustainable development.
Contact: Johannes Pfister: johannes.pfister(at)thinkcamp.eu
TMG is Upper Austria’s business location and innovation agency. Number one in Upper Austria for business location and expansion.
The Urban Platform Danube Region (UPDR) unites as many cities, city networks and associations in the Danube Region as possible in order to enhance their ownership within the implementation process of the EUSDR. The UPDR supports the joint efforts of cities in working towards the targets of the EU2020 strategy and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The goal of the Platform is to strengthen the leadership role of cities in the region and give them a common voice within the EUSDR. The UPDR is a joint effort of the cities of Vienna and Ulm and the administrative branch of the Council of Danube Regions and Cities (CoDCR).
Principal objectives of the WEV:
Popularising and promoting investment opportunities in the region from the Adriatic to the Black Sea.
Providing impulses and pointing out – on the basis of research – the joint projects required in the region for short-term, medium-term and long-term realisation, and promoting their implementation.
Becoming a place of definition, encounter, and of realising the public and private interests in connection with the various projects in the region as part of the united Europe.
The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) is one of the principle centres for research on Central, Eastern and Southeast Europe. Our work is focused on issues of European integration and EU Neighbourhood, covering macroeconomic, labour markets, trade and FDI, regional and sectoral issues. We also provide detailed country analyses on the CESEE countries. wiiw is an independent, non-profit institution. Our staff serves the public and clients alike, delivering economic analyses and research, forecasts, statistical data and policy advice.
We work on many issues relevant for the Danube Region Strategy: economic growth and structural change, competitiveness, labour market developments and migration, trade, FDI, regional disparities, etc.
Contact: Elisabeth Hagen, wiiw(at)wiiw.ac.at
The WBIF is a joint initiative of the EU, IFIs, bilateral donors and governments of the Western Balkans to provides financial and technical assistance for strategic investments in energy, environment, transport, social issues and private sector development.
The Port of Vienna -a Wien Holding GmbH company- is one of the largest cargo transport centres in Austria. Its excellent geographical position and trimodality make it a highly efficient hub for international goods and passenger traffic. The Port of Vienna with its subsidiaries operates three large cargo terminals including the corresponding infrastructure: Freudenau habour, Albern habour and Lobau oil terminal.
Contact: Martina Prettenhofer, prettenhofer(at)hafenwien.com
Organisation for economic cooperation between the Danube cities of Regensburg, Straubing, Deggendorf, Passau and Linz (Germany and Austria) Location of secretariat: Deggendorf, Germany
The WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme Office is responsible for leading and to a significant extent implementing WWF’s efforts to preserve, restore and sustainably manage the natural values of the Danube-Carpathian ecoregions. Location of the Head Office: Vienna, Austria
The Youth Citizens Danube Network (YCDN) is an international non-governmental non-profit youth organization aimed at promoting diversity among young people from the Danube region by providing them with opportunities to exchange their knowledge, experience, opinions and views.
Contact: Viktória Blahó, blaho(at)ycdn.eu