The cross-border area is facing with many common challenges and our project will be solving the challenge of improving co-operation between institutions to enable better addressing labour market challenges in terms of better coordination between the supply of occupations and demand in the labour market. The specific objective of the project is to contribute to diminish of human resources imbalances and to the improvement of staff needs in cross-border area, by increasing the mutual cooperation between the educational institutions in the cross-border area. On both sides of the border, we have a different situation regarding the awareness of the need to solve human resources imbalances. We have different approaches of regulating this issue–in Hungary they are solving these issues systematically on legal basis, on Slovenian side individual institutions in the region are trying to mitigate the issue. The fact that both countries are regarding these issues on two different levels, all the conditions are made for the transfer of cross-border experiences and knowledge. With project we want to influence on local stakeholders and authorities who can contribute to solve this issue. On other hand, we want to increase the ability of cross-border cooperation and learning of professional staff at educational institutions. There are planned activities for active participation of the stakeholders: exchange of experiences, good practices, conferences and round tables, that will set up good foundations for cross-border dialogue and added value to solve common challenges. The specific aims of the cross-border program defines the area to become an attractive for living, working, investments, entrepreneurship through a better exploitation of the existing natural and cultural values in tourism. Project contributes to better regulation of staff needs in regions and thereby to increase opportunities for investments, which are conditions for new jobs, living and working in common region.
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