Open Days - European Week of Regions and Cities: coverage of the third day

Type: News   Reference: I-055223   Duration: 11:15:41  Lieu:
End production: 10/10/2007   First transmission: 10/10/2007
Brussels held from 8 to 11 October the Open Days, also known as the European Week of Regions and Cities. This event involved a record 212 regions and cities from 33 countries. Organised by the Committee of the Regions and the European Commission, this fifth edition of Open Days brought together local, regional, national and EU politicians and decision-makers, policy experts and representatives of business, banking and civil society organisations. The seminars focussed on the new regional programmes for 2007-2013. The headline was: 'Making it happen: regions and cities deliver growth and jobs' and the goal was to explore new ideas for regional development and to improve the delivery of cohesion programmes.

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TIME DESCRIPTION DURATION
11:10:53 Title 00:00:04
11:10:58 Poster "Open Days - European Week of Regions and Cities" outside the Berlaymont Commission building 00:00:10
11:11:08 Exterior view of the Committee of the Regions 00:00:05
11:11:13 Arrival of Romano Prodi, Italian Prime Minister, welcomed by Michel Delebarre, President of the Committee of the Regions (3 shots) 00:00:21
11:11:34 Family photo with Romano Prodi and Michel Delebarre (2 shots) 00:00:16
11:11:50 Romano Prodi and Michel Delebarre in the conference room (2 shots) 00:00:15
11:12:05 General view of the conference room (2 shots) 00:00:13
11:12:18 Michel Delebarre (in FRENCH) saying that lots of partners will meet during the 150 workshops to exchange, on different themes, their best practices on how to work together to build this Europe, how to build a Europe richer in jobs, richer in research, richer in innovation; that is what's at stake during that week 00:00:44
11:13:02 Romano Prodi (in ITALIAN) saying that it is not rhetoric to say that Europe is based on local structures; it is an actual fact, a fact that has to be taken into account, and it is a fact he is deeply grateful for 00:00:18
11:13:20 Cutaway 00:00:05
11:13:25 General view of the meeting of Presidents of the regions of Piemont, Vallée d'Aoste, PACA, Rhône-Alpes and Liguria (2 shots) 00:00:15
11:13:40 Michel Delebarre arriving at the meeting, greeting the Presidents of the Euro-region (3 shots) 00:00:26
11:14:06 General view of the meeting 00:00:08
11:14:14 Cutaway 00:00:04
11:14:18 Michel Delebarre arriving for his press conference 00:00:05
11:14:23 General view of the journalists attending the press conference 00:00:09
11:14:32 Michel Delebarre (in FRENCH) saying that a lot of networks are presenting their achievements; that is to say, not only one city or one region on its own, but because they work with another region on the other side of the border, because they work in co-operation with three or four other European regions which have the same problems, the same concerns to deal with; they are providing the proof that everyday Europe, the Europe living through cities and regions, is a reality and it is an added value for the European Union and for the European way of doing things 00:00:31
11:15:03 Cutaways from the press conference (4 shots) 00:00:18
11:15:21 Margot Wallström, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy, Gerhard Stahl, Secretary General of the Committee of the Regions, and Willi Stächele, Minister for European Affairs of the Land of Baden-Württemberg, with the Mannheim Pop Akademie band 'Crutch', at the "Rockin' the Regions" concert staged by the Representation of the Land of Baden-Württemberg to the EC (2 shots) 00:00:15
11:15:36 Margot Wallström speaking on the stage 00:00:05
11:15:41 Rock band 'Crutch' performing on the stage 00:00:10
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