Priority Area Coordinators

Priority Area 9 “Investing in People and Skills” of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region is coordinated by Austria and the Republic of Moldova, with the involvement of a wide network of key players and stakeholders from the 14 countries of the Danube Region.

 

The overall activities of the Priority Area Coordinators with the support of the Steering Group are to establish a network consisting of the national counterparts relevant to each Priority Area, to identify singificant stakeholders with particular emphasis on project leaders, to provide relevant information about the Strategy to citizens and compile a list of on-going projects and possible project ideas under Priority Area 9.

 


On behalf of Austria Priority Area 9 is coordinated by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, Austria and the Federal Ministry of Labour, Family and Youth, Austria.

Holand Hanak, Priority Area Coordinator

 

Federal Ministry of Labour, Family and Youth, Austria

 

Jürgen Schick, Priority Area Coordinator

 

Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, Austria

 


On behalf of Moldova Priority Area 9 is coordinated by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection, Moldova and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, Moldova.

Anna Gherganova, Priority Area Coordinator


Ministry of Health, Labor and Social Protection, Moldova

Ludmila Pavlov, Priority Area Coordinator


Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, Moldova