#EUinmyRegion is in full swing! You can get involved in this EU-wide campaign to encourage citizens to discover European projects near them.
Put your project in the spotlight and submit an event in your region. Share your project’s story, generate your own postcards and videos or take a quiz on EU-regions and win food!
You can also find some valuable training material to help you tell your project’s story in new and exciting ways.
Submit an event or visit a project
Let the public know what your project is doing for the region. Organise an open day and invite everyone to come.
Or browse the online map to see what is happening near you.
Enter the project story competition
Share your project’s stories and get a chance to win a high-level training course on communication in Brussels from 5 to 7 October.
Submit any media: photo, video, audio, blog post, social media post, etc. and in any language. As long as it’s permanent and public.
The jury will be looking for:
- Insight: does the story tell us something we didn’t know beyond the basic facts of the project being funded?
- Stories about people: does the story describe the project, or do you tell the story of the people involved in it?
The application deadline is 18 August at 23:59 CEST.
Take the quiz and win
How well do you know Europe? You can test your knowledge in this multiple-choice quiz for a chance to win a prize of European delicacies.
Then, share your score on social media to compare your results. We scored 15 out of 20 when we took the quiz. What did you get?
The quiz is open until 31 August.
Create a postcard or a video
Send a nice photo of your project with a short description and you could receive 300 promotional postcards for free.
20 projects also have a chance to win a one-minute, professionally produced video to share on their website or on social media. To participate, simply send:
- 5-10 high-quality pictures
- Video footage (if possible)
- A seven-step script with short sentences
Find out more about the video case studies
Take advantage of the training materials
Watch the free, online webinars on:
- Organising an event
- Making the most of Facebook
Learn how to move, captivate and entertain your audience. Make your event unforgettable. And maximise the impact of your social media.
What are the main policy drivers of the digital transformation of European industry and society, and how EU research and innovation can best contribute.
Interested in knowing how to help cities and regions cooperate and learn from each other? Join us for this workshop to see how we can support you!
The European Week of Regions and Cities takes over Brussels on 7-10 October 2019. The programme covers 300+ sessions and plenty of networking opportunities.