The European Commission and Interact Programme co-organise a debate on youth and European Cooperation on 23 June (9:30 - 12:00 CEST). The online dialogue is part of the Interreg 30 campaign. It aims to celebrate cooperation and engage young adults to share their views on their role shaping the future EU cooperation policies.
Three main questions will be tackled:
- What is the added value of EU cooperation?
- What are the most important goals or challenges for young people that should be addressed by the European Territorial Cooperation?
- What solutions should be put in place to make sure young people are well-represented when shaping the EU Territorial Cooperation Policy?
The debate and inputs collected will feed into the Manifesto for Young People by Young People to Shape the European Territorial Policy. The Manifesto will be presented during the Interreg Annual Event on 15 October 2020.
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