The European Week of Regions and Cities

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The European Week of Regions and Cities

The European Week of Regions and Cities is an annual event during which cities and regions showcase their capacity to create growth and jobs, implement European Union cohesion policy, and prove the importance of the local and regional level for good European governance. This year the event is virtual happening over three weeks.

The first week (5-10 October) “Let’s build the future together” out of three of this year’s #EURegionsWeek is dedicated to the thematic cluster Empowering Citizens. Check out the online programme and discover interesting working sessions on topics ranging from e-democracy, co-creation in public services, entrepreneurship and many more.

The second week (12-16 October) is dedicated to the thematic cluster Cohesion and Cooperation. This week includes the highest number of working sessions, together with all the political highlights.

Make sure to register to the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to regional policy, this year in a fully digital format, and to watch all the Key moments live.

Discover the interactive exhibition of projects and initiatives around Cohesion and Cooperation, which will be available on the EURegionsWeek website.

Join the #EURegionsWeek 2020 edition and add your selected sessions and key moments to your agenda!

The third week of this extended edition of the #EURegionsWeek (19 to 22 October) will revolve around the theme “Green Europe”.

On 19 October, the week will begin with the Opening of the Green Week (organised by DG Environment) in Lisbon with Commissioner Sinkevičius and Commissioner Ferreira as a handover moment with the European Week of Regions and Cities.

The programme of the third week is fully dedicated to the Green Europe theme, with a variety of working sessions on topics such as localizing the green deal, energy efficiency and biodiversity.

Check out our programme and register in order to have the sessions added to your agenda!


Source: The European Week of Regions and Cities

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