The biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to regional policy, the European Week of Regions and Cities, has become a special communication and networking platform. In 2019 more than 9000 representatives from all over Europe participated, and more than 330 sessions were held in order to promote policy learning and exchange good practices.
For this reason, in light of the latest developments of the Corona-virus pandemic and its impact on public and private entities across Europe, the organizers of the European Week of Regions and Cities have decided to extend the deadline for submitting applications to become partners of the 2020 edition until 17 April.
By extending the application period, the organizers want to offer equal opportunities to all potential partners across Europe, to take part in this year's EURegionsWeek.
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