Last year Interreg Europe launched its Policy Learning Platform, which is the second action of the programme established to boost EU-wide policy learning and capitalisation on practices from regional development policies.
Today we are opening the doors to the online platform, where the Policy Learning Platform community will be able to access good practices, resources, experts and peers.
The platform offers a set of services that allow you to learn from the experiences and solutions of your peers and benefit from the policy know-how of our experts. As the policy learning community grows, so will the pool of good practices and the expertise in the four topic areas: research and innovation, competitiveness of SMEs, low-carbon economy, and the environment and resource efficiency.
The platform is open to all policymakers in Europe and other interested. If you are working with the design and implementation of public policies in your region, join the platform and become part of our community! It’s only few clicks away.
How to join?
- If you are new to the Interreg Europe online community, visit the registration page and complete the required questions.
- If you are already an Interreg Europe online community member, simply log in and upgrade your profile by providing some additional information about yourself and your organisation.
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