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PANORAMA
April 2001

The quarterly magazine of the actors of regional development

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http://www.cor.europa.eu

http://www.cor.europa.eu  

New site for the Committee of the Regions. The makeover of the website for the body that represents the regions of Europe in the European Union has been guided by three key concepts: ease of use, content and dynamism. What is the Committee of the Regions? How does it affect you? How can you get hold of its documents? Replies to all these questions can be found on the new Committee of the Regions website at the following address: http://www.cor.europa.eu


http://www.spatial.baltic.net/

Packed with information and equipped with a powerful search engine, this site, dedicated to transnational cooperation between countries bordering the Baltic Sea, gives an in-depth view of the projects implemented in this area. The Interreg II C programme for the Baltic area brings together Denmark, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia and Belarus, and uses cooperation as a vehicle for better spatial planning.   http://www.spatial.baltic.net


http://www.scotnordic.com/northernperiphery/

http://www.scotnordic.com/northernperiphery   Welcome to the northern periphery. A reflection of the cooperation built up between the northernmost regions of Finland, Sweden, Norway and Scotland, this site helps you contact project promoters and download all the documents needed to apply for funding. The "feedback" section encourages interactive use of the site while the "frequently-asked questions (FAQ)" section outlines the importance of the Interreg programme in the northern regions.


 

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