The Council of Danube Cities and Regions (CoDCR)
The Council of Danube Cities and Regions (CoDCR) is a platform for municipalities and regional government and a network that communicates its members’ interest towards other political institutions. It serves also as a communication platform to exchange experiences and work together on solutions. In the interest of its members the CoDCR also develops projects often related to education, the environment, culture and tourism, economic development and civil society.
CoDCR’s documents to download
- Ulm Declaration CoDCR
- Invitation and Agenda of the Executive Committee Meeting in Bratislava
- Information CoDCR I
- Information CoDCR II
- Founding Declaration CoDCR Budapest 11th June 2009
- Brussels Agreement 26th March 13
- Bucharest Statement 28th Oct 13
- Joint Decleration Urban Platform Danube Region 28th October 2013
- EUSDR PA10 – UPDR CoDCR Joint Statement Vienna 04.14
- Membership Application Form for the CoDCR-UPDR
Start of the URBAN PLATFORM DANUBE REGION
The Priority Area 10 “Institutional Capacity and Cooperation” of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) has set up the “Urban Platform Danube Region”, uniting as many cities, city networks and associations in the Danube Region as possible in order to enhance their ownership within the implementation process of the EUSDR and gearing their joint efforts towards the targets of the EU2020 strategy and smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. This should at the same time strengthen their leadership role in the region and give them a common voice within the EUSDR. The Urban Platform Danube Region does not want to replace existing networks, but to provide them with the macro-regional approach as well as with the opportunity of an open information exchange process related to both policy and project development.