We invite you to familiarize yourself with the publication that we have prepared for employees of cultural and national heritage institutions, as well as all people interested in the subject of accessibility of cultural institutions and senior policy.
Polluted air is one of the greatest challenges faced by the representatives of various regions in Europe. The harmful substances suspended in air are the cause of a number of negative effects on human health, at the same time generating rising social and economic costs. As country borders are no borders for polluted air, it is necessary to develop instruments, strategies, and procedures aiming to reduce the pollution on an international scale.
The Kysucké Museum in Čadca and Europena Gouping of teritorial coopertaion TRITIA became a successful applicants in the International Visegrad Fund with the project „ Journey through history of V4 countries - serf towns“
As part of the "Visegrad Cooperation for Work with Seniors" project, EGTC TRITIA together with partner Social Welfare Centers, Nurses Homes and Social Service Centers from Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic organized carol music workshops. Especially for this occasion, the Songbook of Christmas carols and pastorals of the Polish-Czech-Slovak border was developed.
On Friday, August 6, at the Senior Home run by the Elizabethan Sisters, the first workshop for seniors took place. A series of workshops, which is financed under the International Visegrad Fund, began in Jabłonków, next workshops will take place in Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia!
Both countries, Poland and the Czech Republic have similar experience with working with the elderly and people with disabilities, similarly defining the needs in the field of the therapist education. For this reason, we have decided to address this issue by organizing studies for those interested in this subject or those who are already working with the elderly and people with disabilities and want to attend further refresher courses.
The most demanding part of the modelling regarding the computing power is the calculation of pollution from domestic boilers from the Polish part of the TRITIA region. These results together with results of pollution modelling from domestic boilers at the Czech and Slovak part of the region, from industrial sources and car traffic will be the basis for further analysis of the air quality, health risks and remedies.
The European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation TRITIA with together with the University of Žilina in Žilina organized a conference summarizing the project: "3D digitization of historical objects of the cross-border area SK-PL".
During the conference, international projects related to management and cooperation in the field of air quality improvement will be presented, as well as international systems and tools connected with air quality management.
In May 2018, the CROSS - BORDER SKI project was completed. As part of the EGCT TRITIA project, it has developed maps of winter attractions of the Polish-Czech-Slovak border region. These maps are available on our website.
On 14/06/2018 Bratislava took place a working group meeting for the new programming period 2021 - 2027. The meeting was opened by Deputy Prime Minister for Information Technology and Investments of the Slovak Republic, Richard Raši, whose department oversees the activities in this area. Marta Sláviková, Director of the EGTC TRITIA, is a member of this committee.
A 24th meeting of entrepreneurs from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia took place in Ostrava, with the participation of representatives of: ministries, embassies, representatives of regions and companies. The working part was focused on the development of industry while limiting coal extraction, its use and problems on the labor market in the Czech Republic and Poland. The purpose of the meeting, which was attended by about 150 people, was to support the export of Czech companies and the development of mutual cooperation between: companies, regions and countries.
On May 30, 2018, at the seat of the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation TRITIA in Zamek Cieszyn, was organized inaugurating meeting about the project "Seniors Without Borders. Visegrad cooperation for the integration of seniors. "
The EGTCs, as the first European cooperation structure defined by EU law, play a key role in strengthening cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation within the European Union and beyond. They often serve as laboratories of the European Union, testing new and innovative ways of cooperating across borders and work on practical projects aimed at improving the lives of EU citizens. As such, the EGTCs that together make up the CoR's EGTC Platform, gathered in Athens on 4 May to discuss their views on Europe's common future.
Kysuce Tourist Board with EGTC TRITIA and other partners is implementing a project to promote of cross-country skiing in the Slovak-Polish-Czech border regions. We will create a map of cross-country skiing routs, ski centres and ski services in the SK-PL-CZ borders.
9 October 2017 in Brussels was hold 7th Annual meeting of the EGTC Platform “The future of the cross-border cooperation”. It was in seat of European Committee of the Regions, Rue van Maerlant. Marta Sláviková,director EGTC TRITIA took a part on it.
There was 5.9.2017 work meeting of the project on the one of the place, which are included between project managed objects – Slovak village Čičmany. There was meeting of management and technical expert of the project.
On 20.03.2017 at the headquarters of the EGTC TRITIA in Cieszyn took place working meeting with Kateřina Konečna the Member of the European Parliament representing the Czech Republic from Moravskoslezsky region and the representatives of municipality from Tripoint between Poland, Czech and Slovakia (Skalité, Svrčinovec, Bukovec, Mosty u Jablunkova).
What is accessibility? Accessibility is hospitality. When we invite guests to our houses, we make sure they feel well there: we provide them with a place to sit comfortably, something nice to eat, and some entertainment. Isn’t that exactly what city authorities should do?
Project “Green transport service” want to map ecological – alternative forms of transport – cycle transport, water transport, walking trails other forms of green traffic (rolls, paragliding, scooters) in the border region of 3 states SK–PL-CR covered Moravian–Silesian Region CZ, Opole Voivodeship PL, Silesian Voivodeship PL and Žilina Region SK.
12 and 13 November 2015 in Brussels was organized very interesting conference about the future of cross-border cooperation. It was organized by The EGTC Platform of Commitee of the Regions in partnership with the Association of European Border Regions, the European Commission and the Congress of Local and Regional Powers of the Council of Europe.
European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation TRITIA Ltd. with cooperation with Regional tourism organization Zilina tourist region and Žilina Self – governing Region organized workshop for topic tourism in EGTC TRITIA Ltd. area. Workshop took place in Rajecké teplice (spa near Žilina) on the 2nd of December 2014.