Are you working on a session or exhibition application for the European Week of Regions and Cities? Or otherwise interested to share your project results and good practices in the biggest European event on regional policy?
Good news! The deadline to propose sessions or activities has been extended to 17 April 2020.
The #EURegionsWeek organisers announced the deadline extension due to the latest developments of the COVID-19 pandemic. The extended deadline gives partners from all across Europe more time to work on their proposals in this challenging situation. Information for applicants and the application form are available here.
For Interreg Europe projects planning to be part of #EURegionsWeek, have a look at our webinar for tips and information on how to apply. And keep an eye also on our #EURegionsWeek page for other updates!
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