Are you working on regional policies? Have you developed or implemented an innovative solution in your region? Would you like to share your experience and let other regions know what you have accomplished? We would love to hear your story!
If you think that good practices from your region could inspire others, come and share your story with us and your peers from other European regions during #EURegionsWeek in Brussels.
During 10-12 October 2017, Interreg Europe will host a storytelling studio in the Committee of the Regions (JDE Atrium 5) and collect stories of good practices from across Europe. The stories will be recorded and shared via short videos that will be published throughout the week.
To pitch your story:
- Fill out this form and tell us a little bit more about you and your good practice
- Make sure that you’re registered for at least one of the workshops during the #EURegionsWeek
We will review the information and get back to you to confirm the precise schedule and other details. To have access to the studio, you have to be registered as #EURegionsWeek participant, so see the programme and pick your workshop(s).
There are still some places left in our workshops during the week, but be quick if you want to secure your seat, places are limited! Our sessions will be organised in the Committee of the Regions (Atrium 5) on 10 and 11 October:
- 10/10/2017 [11:15-13:00] Code: 10C14
Explore good practices with the Interreg Europe Policy Learning Platform
- 11/10/2017 [11:15-13:00] Code: 11C72
Interreg Europe: ‘transforming learning into actions’
- 11/10/2017 [14:30-17:00] Code: 11C120
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