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RegioStars Awards identify good practices in regional development and highlight original and innovative projects that are attractive and inspiring to other regions.

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An expert jury of 15 members, co-chaired by MEP Lambert Van Nistelrooij and MEP Kerstin Westphal, has evaluated 102 applications submitted to this year’s competition honouring Europe’s most excellent projects supported by the cohesion policy of the European Union.

The 21 selected finalists come from 20 member states and five further partner countries.

The selected projects per category are the following:

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Voting for this year’s public choice award will start on 3 July!

Further details will follow…

RegioStars Awards 2018

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RegioStars Awards identify good practices in regional development and highlight original and innovative projects that are attractive and inspiring to other regions.

Think your project deserves to be known and rewarded? Then submit it! You can apply until April 15!

Please note that this year 2 projects can be submitted per programme by the project manager, with the endorsement of the managing authority.

The Award Categories for 2018 are:

  • Supporting smart industrial transition
  • Achieving sustainability through low carbon emissions
  • Creating better access to public services
  • Tackling migration challenges
  • Topic of the year 2018: Investing in cultural heritage

RegioStars 2018 Application Platform 

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The independent jury has selected 21 finalists

An expert jury of 15 members, co-chaired by MEP Lambert Van Nistelrooij and MEP Kerstin Westphal, has evaluated 102 applications submitted to this year’s competition honouring Europe’s most excellent projects supported by the cohesion policy of the European Union.

The 21 selected finalists come from 20 member states and five further partner countries.

The selected projects per category are the following:

Category 1: Supporting smart industrial transition

Category 2: Achieving sustainability through low carbon emissions

Category 3: Creating better access to public services

Category 4:  Tackling migration challenges

Category 5: Topic of the year 2018: Investing in cultural heritage

Voting for this year’s public choice award will start on 3 July!

Further details will follow…

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