What is Interreg Europe? What happens in an interregional cooperation project? Who benefits from interregional cooperation and how? What are good practices? And what is the Policy Learning Platform or the policy learning community?
You will find answers to all these questions from one video. The clip is part of the materials for a European MOOC (massive open online course) on making the most of EU resources for your region or city, but serves also as an introduction to anyone interested in interregional cooperation.
Let Nicolas Singer from our joint secretariat explain how Interreg Europe helps regions to improve their regional policies and strategies. Many regions across Europe face similar challenges, but by coming together and sharing experiences, new solutions can be found.
Meet two of our projects, RaiSE and ERUDITE. RaiSE sketches out the path through a project journey and sheds light on the steps needed to achieve results at the local level. Jose Manuel San Emeterio, who represents one of the partners in ERUDITE, gives a concrete example of how exchange of good practices in the field of digital innovation can benefit an entire region and the local community.
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Ten presentations and three on-site experiences led to new connections, co-creation and a lot of inspiration.
The seventh knowledge exchange meeting dedicated to design impact measurement was the last of the first phase of Design4Innovation project.
All the project partners came together again, this time in Porto, to present the achieved progress. Action Plans now known and ready to be implemented.
Lodzkie Region, the Polish regional authority partner of Finch Project, will host 5th Interregional Workshop Meeting in October 2019
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Prague will host the first project meeting of RESINDUSTRY project.