EPICAH project organises an interregional debate hosted by the Committee of the Regions
Seven European countries' delegates spent in the Pilsen Region and in the Bavarian cities of Oberpfalz from March 27th to Friday 29th.
Study presented on Estonian-Latvian border region inhabitants readiness for a joint cross-border municipality; February 26th in Valga/Valka twin city.
Additionally the process of Capitalization of the Programme Interreg VA Italy-France “Maritime”
In the focus to promote the improvement of the policy instruments for cross-border cooperation process in the natural and cultural heritage protection.
“Do not cross the border, enjoy it!” EIXO ATLANTICO and AIMRD, both partners of EPICAH project promote the first common action plan for tourism.
Breaking! Our joint report http://docdro.id/5Yeajtu and the political recommendation is available now http://docdro.id/aXPi1pa
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EPICAH project "Effectiveness of Policy Instruments for Cross-Border Advancement in Heritage" in Kastoria and Prespa Lakes on June 04thand 05th 2018.
Dissemination of result meeting in Satu Mare.
Experts of the tourism sector from eight European cross-border regions will meet in Zamora on the 17th and 18th April.
Just a few weeks into the New Year (and a new decade), we take a look at what’s coming next in 2020.
Discover how the eIDAS regulation can help your region in digitalisation of business services.
For the first time, Croatia will preside over the Council of the European Union. They are also the newest member of our programme. So,what have they been up to?
An opportunity for clusters and regions looking for Japanese partners to establish collaboration. Apply by 17 January and be selected as the event participant.
Read all about this sustainable good practice to dispose of old Christmas trees.
The European Green Deal will set Europe on track to being the world’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050. Discover the the essentials.
The work on the next Interreg Europe has started! Preparations for the future programme are well on their way as we're getting ready for 2021-2027.
This is the story of how the arrival of the three wise men and a horse fair turned the Castile waterway in Spain into a visitor hotspot.
Improving regional policies while learning from others can take many forms and the Platform will continue to deliver diverse learning possibilities in 2020.
2019 was the year when our early projects started telling us all about the results that they had achieved so far. Find out more.