The 17th edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities takes over Brussels on 7-10 October 2019.
The #EURegionsWeek is a key event on EU Regional Policy offering plenty of content, inspiration and excellent networking opportunities. The event offers a programme with over 300 sessions. More than 6000 participants are expected to gather in Brussels to share experiences and discuss regional policy, focusing in particular on the theme of the year: 'regions and cities: pillars of the EU's future'.
Make use of the opportunities to meet and discuss with other local, regional, national and European decision-makers and experts in workshops, participatory labs, talks, questions and answer sessions and look for inspiration and new contacts in the exhibition.
See how Interreg Europe contributes to #EURegionsWeek here.
The #EURegionsWeek registration is open from 8 July until 27 September.
Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences is a key participant of the regional public policy called “Regiodeal - North East Friesland”.
Slovenian partners aim to improve their policy instrument to cope with the challenges of digital transformation and impact different strategic fields.
The results achieved in Piedmont led to tangible advances in the Circular Economy and created a network of stakeholders committed in a local circular transition
Finnish stakeholders will have a meeting where the latest project progress will be shared while being acquainted with fellow stakeholder’s CE related business
19 November, eight European cities and regions partnering in RCIA - The Regional Creative Industries Alliance.
REPLACE 1st learning event and 1st #circularity tour