CIVINET Slovenia-Croatia-South East Europe
[ONGOING] It is a network of cities and other stakeholders involved in sustainable mobility planning and management in Slovenia and Croatia, as well as in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia and Serbia. The aim of the network is to transfer knowledge and good practice and to design joint projects that will finance future activities of sustainable transport and better mobility. The network was established in Ljubljana on April 25, 2013 as the CIVINET Slovenia-Croatia network. By the decision of the Assembly, the network was renamed CIVINET Slovenia-Croatia-Southeast Europe on February 10, 2016.
Networking and all forms of connection are welcome for more efficient solution of transport problems, from the exchange of experiences, knowledge and ideas to the joint participation and synergy of cities, which enables better use of European funds.
CIVINET networks have also been established in other parts of the EU (Francophone, German-speaking, Spain and Portugal, Italy, the United Kingdom and Ireland, the Netherlands and Flanders, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Finland and Greece and Cyprus) and are supported by the European Commission.
The purpose of the networks is to spread knowledge and experience in the field of energy efficiency and urban transport more favorable for the environment and users.
The CIVINET Slovenia-Croatia-SEE network gathers over 180 members and is the most numerous European CIVINET network. The network is also very active, holding at least two workshops a year, organizing study trips and regularly informing members, other interested stakeholders and the media via e-newsletter.
The Network’s management bodies:
- General Assembly
- Political Committee
- Management Committee
- Network Secretariat
The Political Committee adopts annual statements announcing the direction of the Network.
Network Coordinator – The City of Zagreb (2021 – 2024)
Network Secretariat – ODRAZ
Until September 2016, the role of network coordinator was played by the City of Ljubljana. Then the role of coordinator from 8/2016 to 12/2020 was taken over by the City of Rijeka .
Financing: EU – projekt CIVITAS Satellite, Grad Rijeka (2017-2020)
From 2013 to 2016, the network was co-financed by the EU through the CIVITAS CAPITAL project and the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency of the Republic of Croatia.
* See more about network activities at civinet-slohr.eu!