Cohesion policy is the main European investment policy to achieve the EU Treaty objective of economic, social and territorial cohesion. Communicating on vohesion policy projects is very important as it affect citizens' perceptions of the EU and can raise awareness on the positive impact the EU has on the everyday lives of people.
Local and regional authorities play a fundamental role in implementing cohesion policy and in ensuring the visibility of the EU funded projects. In the context of the ongoing preparation of the future programming period 2021-2027, the Committee of the Regions is preparing an Opinion on "Better Communication for Cohesion policy" (lead by Mr Adrian Ovidiu Teban, EPP/RO).
This communication stakeholders consultation meeting "Better Communication for Cohesion Policy" is an opportunity to share and exchange views between different actors involved in communicating cohesion policy. The meeting is also a part of the #CohesionAlliance activities promoting a strong, effective and more visible cohesion policy beyond 2020.
A group of travellers will explore Europe on a road trip across the continent this year. See what the 'Road Trip Project' is all about!
Got some great photos of your project? Would you like to see them on a postcard? See how!
#EURegionsWeek registration is open 8 July - 27 September. Select your session(s) and see you in October!
The 10th edition of EuroPCom, the European Public Communication Conference, will take place on 7 and 8 November 2019 in Brussels.
Interested in knowing how to help cities and regions cooperate and learn from each other? Join us for this workshop to see how we can support you!
The European Week of Regions and Cities takes over Brussels on 7-10 October 2019. The programme covers 300+ sessions and plenty of networking opportunities.