People to People

People-to-people (P2P) event/action is a tool for strengthening the networking, cooperation, promotion of the cross-border regions and their cultural, traditional, natural heritage. The event/action is enabling the economic potential, both in terms of products and services, as well as for further development of the cross-border regions. Organization of regional manifestations, events, round table discussions, and trade fairs enabling local stakeholders to present offer from their respective areas and provides an excellent model for creation of sustainable partnership for other open calls in the cross-border regions. This has result in an increased sense of joint identity and networking in the cross-border regions.

6th traditional event: “Regional Sheep and Goat Breeders’ Day 2010”, 9-10 July, 2010, Macedonia

The Regional Rural Development Standing Working Group (SWG) in SEE countries, under the Auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy (MAFWE)...

Serbian and SEE Villages, 29th June 2009,Belgrade, Serbia

The Serbian and SEE village was held in Belgrade, Serbia on July 29th 2009. The goal of the activity was to present seven Serbian regions...

International Tea and Herb Festival, 3-7 June 2009, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The 7th International Festival of Tea and Medicinal Herbs Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, was organized in Sarajevo from 3rd to 7th June 2009 and 7th Fair of Apiculture and Apicultural Equipment - Bee Fest (Honey Fest) was organized in Sarajevo from 2nd to 6th September 2009. Tea Fest and Bee-Fest are copyrighted projects that promote tea, medicinal and aromatic plants, forest fruits, beekeeping, production of honey and other bee products, as well as the based products.

The Sixth Regional Fair on Balkan Agro biodiversity and Rural Heritage, September, 2008, Dimitrovgrad,...

- The fair organized by the SWG and the Nature Society “Natura Balkanika” from Dimitrovgrad gathered more than 1000 participants from Serbia, Macedonia and Bulgaria and was a place where rural heritage and indigenous knowledge of rural people were promoted.