PAST PUBLIC EVENTS
10 October 2018
INTERREG CENTRAL EUROPE AT #EUREGIONSWEEK
At the 16th EU Regions Week representatives from more than 140 regions and cities came to Brussels to discuss future challenges of cohesion policy. We were there too, to show that we believe #cooperationiscentral for a stronger and better Europe.
Two of our transport projects showed that “Interreg makes the difference” at the TEN-T Days in Ljubljana. CONNECT2CE and TalkNET participated in a joint stand of Interreg projects. The projects work on smart, sustainable and safe mobility.
In 2018 Europe celebrates its diverse cultural heritage. CUSTODES and DANUBELIMES projects, funded by our programme in 2007-13, are already part of it. Do you want to join in the celebrations, too? Find out about the selected projects.
21-22 September 2017
LOOKING BACK AT 20 YEARS OF COOPERATION IN CENTRAL EUROPE
20 years ago the first transnational Interreg programme was launched for central Europe. We celebrated this anniversary with a major conference in Berlin where we took a closer look at what transnational cooperation has done for central Europe and discussed the role of our programme and projects beyond 2020.
19 June 2017
TRANSNATIONAL COOPERATION PRESENTED TO EP IN BRUSSELS
Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE presented transnational projects tackling climate change to the European Parliament. Speaking at a Committee for Regional Development workshop on climate change and cohesion policy, the programme managing authority said that cooperation helps improve urban adaptation and mitigation capacities.
20 October - 20 November 2015
PORTRAITS OF COOPERATION IN CENTRAL EUROPE
2015 marked the 25th anniversary of the Interreg community and we took this opportunity to reflect on and celebrate what was achieved so far through working together beyond the borders in central Europe. Our PORTRAITS exhibition was opened with a Vernissage in Prague on 19 October and stayed open to public for a month.
1-2 July 2014
The CENTRAL EUROPE Annual Conference 2014 linked the present to the future programme. Results of 124 projects implemented since 2007 were presented and discussed. At the same time, the new programme was introduced including information on the first call for project proposals.