M. Juergen Oser, Tel. +49(0)761 208-1073
Director of the department (personal, organisational and financial branches), responsible for all aspects of the department, as well as coordination of the on-site tasks of the regional council related to cross-border cooperation within the state government. Responsible for the Trinational Govering Commission, the D-F-CH Upper Rhine Conference, the Upper Rhine Council, the Trinational Metropolregion of the Upper Rhine, relations to East Europe, professional supervisory body for the Euro-Institut (local grouping for cross-border cooperation), Deputy Chairman TRION-climate e.V.
M. Dr. Klaus Schuele, Tel. +49 (0)761 208-1051
Deputy Director of the agency. Responsible for France, transportation including TGV Rhine/Rhône and EuroAirport Basel/Mulhouse/Freiburg, business and labor markets, monitoring committee of Fessenheim, Eurodistrict Region Freiburg/Centre and Southern Alsace, Eurodistrict Strasbourg-Ortenau, Trinational Eurodistrict Basel, INFOBEST Palmrain, INFOBEST Kehl/Strasburg and EURES-T.
M. Thomas Boes, Tel. +49 (0)761 208-1072
Responsible for questions concerning Europe, bilateral relations with Switzerland and the International Conference of Lake Constance.
Mrs. Annemarie Stark, Tel. +49 (0)761 208-1045The EU funding program INTERREG V A Upper Rhine, Youth Fund of the German-French-Swiss Upper Rhine Conference, European Groupings of Territorial Cooperation (EGCT), SGZE Budget.
Mrs. Sabine Höhne, Tel. +49 (0)761 208-1046
General office management and organization, address file updates, schedule, foreign language correspondance.
On March 6, 1996, aiming at the Intensification and expansion of the cooperation, common offices of the D-F-CH Upper Rhine Conference were opened to the public. The Agency for Cross Border Cooperation is assigned the project responsibility for the common offices of the Upper Rhine Conference.
Pascal Dedié (Secretary of the German delegation)Christine Reeb (Assistant)Rehfusplatz 1177694 KehlGERMANY +49 (0)7851 93 49-20+49 (0)7851 93 49-50 EMail firstname.lastname@example.org
An essential first step in strengthening and insitutionalising cooperation in the Lake Constance region was the formation of the Information and Consulting Agency for cross border issues (REGIO office). In early 2003, this was reorganised into the Office of the IBK. The agency now serves both as a central information point for citizens and as the government office tasked to expand cooperation as well as to strengthen awareness of this common border region. The Agency for Cross Border Cooperation and European Affairs is assigned the project responsibility for the offices of the IBK.
Thomas Boes is the responsible contact person in the Office for Cross-Border Cooperation and European Affairs.
Since the early 1990s, a series of informational and consulting facilities have been established with financial aid provided by the European Union to address European and trans-national issues. Today, these organisations combine to form a citizen-oriented information network, designed to meet the respective concerns and needs of the residents of the Upper Rhine region. The Agency for Cross-Border Cooperation and European Affairs is responsible for the project INFOBEST Kehl/Strasbourg.
The responsible contact person in the
Office for Cross-Border Cooperation and European Affairs is Dr. Klaus Schüle.
The responsible contact person in the
Office for Cross-Border Cooperation and European Affairs is Annemarie Stark.
Heike Stoll (Interreg-Coordinator) Hochrheinkommission Amtshausstraße 1 D-79761 Waldshut-TiengenDEUTSCHLAND
+49 (0)7751 91 87 7 82+49 (0)7751 91 87 7 84 email@example.com
The coordination department of the
trinational metropolitan Upper Rhine region has to link actors in the area of
economy, science, and administration as well as civil population together in
order to achieve energy and climate protection goals (particularly focusing on
energy efficiency in buildings). Its specific duties include the implementation
of trinational meetings as well as the maintenance of a website as an
informative and interactive platform. The Regierungspräsidium Freiburg is responsible
for executing the project. Apart from the European Regional Development Fund
(ERDF / INTERREG) the INTERREG IV A project is supported by eight co-funding
partners from Germany, France and Switzerland.
Numerous actors from the three countries on the Upper Rhine have come together through the Euro-Institute and have brought interesting cross-border projects to fruition.
The Regional Council in Freiburg supervises the Euro-Institut legally and technically.
Institut für grenzüberschreitende ZusammenarbeitVilla RehfusRehfusplatz 1177694 KehlGERMANY