This year, the #EURegionsWeek spread over three consecutive weeks in October. The second week was dedicated to the thematic cluster Cohesion and Cooperation. Taking place from 12 to 16 October, this week included the highest number of working sessions, together with all the political highlights.
We were there too! Below you will find the documentation of our sessions at this key event for regional development. We hope you enjoy reading why we believe that #cooperationiscentral for stronger and more resilient Europe.
Let's restart Europe together.
The current pandemic has ended life as we know it. Borders are back and negative socioeconomic consequences are fast beginning to show. How will central Europe cope with the aftermath of this crisis? In this session we looked at how can transnational cooperation, despite an initial focus on national responses, help the regions and cities to become more resilient places in a green way.
"We need tools enabling synergies between different types of partners taking results forward. #cooperationiscentral to deal with new mobility trends and improve low carbon mobility of regions and cities"
Congratulations to our project ENERGY@SCHOOL for winning this year's REGIOSTARS in category Youth empowerment for cooperation across borders - 30 years of Interreg. Youth will play a crucial role in Europe’s transition to a carbon neutral continent and we are proud to see that our projects are already making a difference.
Regions and cities
cohesion and cooperation
30 years of Interreg