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 Cohesion policy legislative package 2014-2020 was published on 6th October: you can find the provisions relating to information and communication in the document COM(2011) 615 final , Articles 105-107 and Annex V.
Consult the latest Eurobarometer about "Citizens' awareness and perceptions of EU regional policy" (published October 2010).