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  • Week of Regions and Cities registration is now open


    Despite the difficulties generated by the COVID 19 pandemic, the #EURegionsWeek 2020 will offer to participants more than 500 digital working sessions to discover over three consecutive weeks in October, from 5-22 October, covering various topics along the thematic priorities Empowering Citizens; Cohesion and Cooperation; and Green Europe. Due to the security measures and sanitary situation caused by the pandemic, this year will be the first ever fully digital EURegionsWeek: all working session

    Residents shape new programme for Border Region, Northern Ireland


    The PEACE Plus programme will run from 2021 to 2027, continuing the work of the ERDF-funded PEACE programme for peace and reconciliation and economic and social development in the border regions of Ireland and Northern Ireland. People in both areas are being asked to shape the new programme, worth more than EUR 600 million. It continues the work of existing PEACE programmes. Its aims could include boosting innovation capacity, a green, lower-carbon Europe, better mobile and IT connectivity, sust

    EU funding brings concrete benefits to EU region and citizens, 2019 Strategic Report concludes


    Today, the European Commission published its 2019 Strategic Report on the European Structural and Investment Funds. The 2019 edition of this Report, published every 2 years, shows that EU funding brings concrete benefits to the EU’s regions and its citizens. Since 2014, EU-funded projects are, among others, creating the equivalent of 300,000 jobs, improving broadband access for approximately 8 million households, helping to improve the employment opportunities of 23 million citizens and su

    Deadline 29 March to submit your #EURegionsWeek 2019 workshop proposal


    Do you want to showcase your project, meet potential partners, experts and practitioners of Cohesion Policy? Do you want to inspire or learn from regions and cities, regional and local politicians on the future of Europe and Cohesion?   Then organise a workshop at the EU Regions Week 2019 with the European Commission’s Directorate General for Regional & Urban Policy at the Square, in the centre of Brussels, at the very heart of Europe. Apply to become a partner no later

    Web streaming : European week of regions and cities workshops


    The European Week of Regions and Cities has just started. If you couldn't register to your favourite workshop it is still possible to follow it on the web.  Video recordings of many of these workshops will be made available after the event on the same page. Check the European Week of Regions and Cities Web streaming programme

    7th Cohesion Forum (Webstreaming)


    The Seventh Cohesion Forum, which will take place on 26-27 June 2017 in Brussels, is a large scale political event held every three years, bringing together more than 700 people including high level representatives from European institutions, central governments, regional and local representatives, economic and social partners, NGOs and academics. Keynote speeches will be delivered by the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the Eur

    New on the ESIF open data platform


    New data and features have been added to the European Structural and Investment Funds open data platform.  These include: Visualisations for all 533 ESIF programmes 2014-2020 (accessible via the country pages) including financing and expected achievements based on common indicators (where available) Finances dataset updated to reflect adopted programmes as at June 2016 Cross-border cooperation programmes under the Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA) added Possibility for users to visualise

    Panorama 56: Coordinated efforts to safeguard funding


    The Spring 2016 edition of Panorama is now available online and features several articles which detail various types of support provided by the European Commission to help Member States make the best possible use of Cohesion Policy funding and to address problems with implementation.  We take a look at the results of the survey 'Overcoming obstacles in border regions' and at the key findings from a recently published survey on perceptions of quality of life in European cities. Elsewhere, we

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