The countdown is on for the European Week of Regions and Cities (5-22 October). To ease the wait, we gathered around a joint virtual coffee table with the Committee of the Regions and the European Commission (DG Regio) on 23 September to talk about the #EURegionsWeek.
If you missed the talk as it happened, you can catch up with a video recording. Grab your coffee, sit back, and let us share some highlights of what to expect in October:
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October will be jam-packed with interesting online discussions and sessions. The European Week of Regions and Cities spreads over three weeks and counts more than 500 sessions - all online and fully virtual.
There is certainly something for everyone. To help you navigate the agenda, we recommend these sessions:
- Keep up with interregional cooperation (13 October, 9:30-11:00)
- Interregional cooperation 2021-2027 (13 October, 11:30-13:00)
- Smart specialisation in lagging regions: interregional cooperation as a way to overcome challenges? (13 October, 11:30-13:00)
- Reuse and repair in a circular economy (13 October, 14:30-16:00)
- E-buses: from procurement to deployment (14 October, 14:30-15:30)
- #policylearning: inspiration & solutions (15 October, 9:30-10:30)
You can also meet 30+ of our projects during the event. Have a look at our #EURegionsWeek overview, pick your preferred sessions from a diverse list of options and complete your personalised programme with some additional inspiration from interregional cooperation.
If you haven't registered yet, you're in luck. The registration has been extended.
- Week 1: Empowering Citizens (closes 1 October)
- Week 2: Cohesion & Cooperation (closes 7 October)
- Week 3: Green Europe (closes 14 October)
So don't miss your chance to book your place in the first-ever all-virtual #EURegionsWeek. Register now.
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