The question of policy learning and capacity building have gained importance in the current programming period. They are now a recognised means to achieve the objectives of the EU 2020 strategy and the Cohesion Policy.
In this workshop, speakers from the Interreg Europe joint secretariat, interregional projects, and the European Commission will share their experience in this domain, tackling questions such as: what is interregional learning? Why is it important? How to ensure a successful learning process? Who should be involved in the learning process? What could be the place of policy learning in the future programming period?
This session is organised by the Interreg Europe programme and will take place during the European Week of Regions and Cities 2017 (#EURegionsWeek).
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