Communicating EU Regional Policy
In this section you can learn more out about the information and publicity rules for project beneficiaries of EU Regional policy and what the regions and the European Commission are doing to communicate the results of EU Regional policy. While doing so is the primary responsibility of the EU Member States and regions, the Commission supports the communication officers of EU Regional policy by animating the EU-wide INFORM network of communication officers.
Information about regional development programmes in all 28 EU countries is available in the Atlas.
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The provisions relating to information and communication are listed in Articles 115-117 and Annex XII of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 December 2013, the "Common Provisions Regulation".
What do citizens know and think about EU regional policy? Consult the latest Eurobarometer about "Citizens' awareness and perceptions of EU regional policy" (published December 2013).