EU week of regions and cities

The EU Week of Regions and Cities is the top annual event showcasing Interreg and Cohesion Policy.

This year is special as Interreg turns 30, which calls for special celebration! The year is also marked by the Covid-19 crisis, which is why the event is virtual and has been extended to three weeks packed with exciting online sessions that you can attend from anywhere. 

The registration is also extended, so you can register and sign up for any session where there are still seats available. 

Each week has its own theme:

  • 5-9 October: Empowering Citizens
  • 12-16 October: Cohesion and cooperation
  • 19-22 October: Green Europe, in cooperation with the Green Week

Two North Sea projects up for awards

This year, two North Sea Region projects are nominated for awards that will be announced at the EURegionsWeek. 

14 October 09.30 - 10.00: RegioStars finalists talk

Do not miss the live session with HyTrEc2, our RegioStars Awards contender in the category Industrial Transition for a Smarter Europe. With a range of impressive achievements under their belt, HyTrEc2 is ready to provide a powerful message.  

14 October 19.00 - 20.30: RegioStars Ceremony

Join this session to see who wins the highly prestigious RegioStars Awards!

14 October 14.30 - 16.00: Interreg Project Slam

The popular Interreg Project Slam 2020 features our Inno-Quarter project that uses festivals to help SMEs test their innovative products and services. With its focus on storytelling, the slam is sure to provide you with an entertaining experience. If you have never attended the slam before, now is your chance to get on board and enjoy the ride!

Other not-to-miss sessions 

Several other North Sea Region projects will share their experience, too.

And of course, the comprehensive programme has a lot else to offer, not just from the North Sea Region, but from all across Europe. Delve into the programme to discover the wealth of interesting topics and events to choose from!

Learn more and register for the EURegionsWeek