One year after, the most important event dedicated to the European regional policy is back. This year, the 18th edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities is running fully digital. ADRION, together with all transnational Programmes will be present through joint initiatives featuring the achievements made by the European territorial coooperation to build a more territorially, socially and economically cohesive Europe.
NO BORDERS WITH TRANSNATIONAL COOPERATION
Interreg’s transnational programmes have improved the quality of life of EU citizens in many fields thanks to successful cooperation. On the occasion of the 30 years anniversary of Interreg, all transnational Programmes have decided to join forces and showcase their achievements made across Europe. To this end, we have launched a virtual exhibition during the EU WEEK to allow you to travel with your imagination and explore a Europe made of people benefitting from Interreg. The INTERREG STORYMAP is a journey accross all the stories that are part of the unique story of Interreg. You can virtually walk through Europe to explore cooperation #MadeWithInterreg, start your journey here!
COOPERATION VILLAGE – 30YEARS
The project SUPER LNG will be also present in the virtual exhibition promoted by Interreg (section “green connections”). This stand will provide an overview about Co-operation and Interreg to visitors, based on the 3 topics of the Interreg 30th anniversary: “green connections”, “youth cooperation” and “neighbour cohesion”. Interreg and co-operation Programmes will tell their stories about borders’ uniqueness as well as their achievements. Have a tour inside the exhibition,here!
INTERREG TALKS #30
We are closing a chapter, as we are by the end of the current programming period. For all the people working and benefitting from Interreg, it’s time to take stock, especially in view of the next Programming phase starting in 2021. So, what is the role of Interreg? What is the added value of Transnational Cooperation? We have interviewed policy makers to know if Interreg really matters and why. Listen and stay tuned, as more contributions will come…