In 2020, the 18th edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek) takes shape in a new format. The event will be fully digital. All sessions are accessible online. With an agenda featuring 500+ sessions, the #EURegionsWeek is spread over three weeks (5-22 October). 

Each of the three weeks focuses on a different topic:

  • 5-9 October: Empowering Citizens
  • 12-16 October: Cohesion and cooperation (including also the celebration of 30 years of Interreg)
  • 19-22: Green Europe (in cooperation with the Green Week)

Interreg Europe at #EURegionsWeek

We will again actively contribute to the #EURegionsWeek agenda - this time in online format. You can meet programme representatives, Policy Learning Platform experts, as well as many of our projects during the event. In the context of the 30th anniversary of Interreg, our sessions and activities take place mainly during the week of 12-16 October.

For a quick preview of what is to come, join us on 23 September (11:15 CEST) for a virtual coffee break and hear more about our sessions in a 'Coffee with partners' talk with the Committee of the Regions and the European Commission (DG Regio).

Here is a short overview of what will come - registration is required to attend, so pick your sessions and start building your agenda (registration is open 27 August - 27 September).

13 October

14 October

15 October

We are also part of the virtual #EURegionsWeek exhibition, so you can discover more also in between sessions.

Meet our projects during #EURegionsWeek

In addition to the sessions listed above, the #EURegionsWeek is a great chance to learn more about Interreg Europe projects and their activities. Various projects organise or contribute to many interesting sessions during the European Week of Regions and Cities:

7 October

13 October

14 October

15 October

20 October

21 October

Interreg Europe projects: if your session is not on the list yet and in case you would like to see it there, please share the date, time, title and a brief description with your Communication Officer at the Joint Secretariat.