If you are looking for a good summer read, we have a recommendation for you: A new e-book 'Connecting Cultures, Connected Citizens' has just been published, featuring 100 pages full of examples of cultural heritage projects financed by Interreg Programmes.
Published by Interact together with Interreg Programmes, the book contributes to the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. It's not just an interesting read and a great journey around the world of Interreg cooperation, but also includes interactive links and features, so take your time and explore the great variety of activities taking place all over Europe.
The book features examples from different cross-border, transnational and interregional cooperation projects, including eight Interreg Europe projects:
You'll find Interreg Europe projects on pages 90-97.
The UK Government will guarantee funding to UK beneficiaries in ETC projects approved before the end of 2020.
The six finalists of an Interreg project slam during #EURegionsWeek have been selected. Interreg Europe project RaiSE is one of them.
Our implementation report was accepted by the European Commission and is now available for you to read.
RaiSE steering committee meeting & study visits in Scotland.
Interreg Europe organises a briefing in the Committee of the Regions on 13 September to introduce the good practice database for regions and cities.
The Committee of the Regions is calling for stakeholders' feedback on the future of European Territorial Cooperation. Have your say and contribute!