The 18th edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities takes place on 12-15 October 2020.
If you want to be part of this year's event and contribute to the biggest annual event on European regional policy, mark your calendar for the #EURegionsWeek kick off meeting on 30 January.
The meeting itself will take in Brussels, but it is also possible to participate virtually and follow the discussion online. The meeting will be web-streamed and online participants can ask questions and join the discussion on social media with hashtag #EURegionsWeek.
You can find the webstreaming link on the event website on the morning of 30 January. Recording will also be available afterwards.
In the meantime - and while the preparations of the next edition are ongoing - have a look at what Interreg Europe did at #EURegionsWeek in 2019:
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