Interreg Europe point of contact in Poland together with Interact hold a project management camp in Warsaw on 26-27 January 2016. The event is on invitation only.
The objective of the meeting is to discuss the main aspects of project management associated with Interreg in the 2014-2020 period and identify available good practice.
The participants will focus on specific features of transnational and interregional cooperation programmes: Central Europe, Baltic Sea Region and Interreg Europe.
The Director of the European Institute for Innovation, Chris Ashe, represents ZEROCO2 at the Interreg Europe ''Europe, Let's Cooperate!'' 2019 in Brussels.
The annual implementation report 2018 is available. Here are the key highlights.
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