The European Week of Regions and Cities (#EURegionsWeek), the biggest annual Brussels-based event dedicated to cohesion policy, takes place between 10 – 13 October.
A press release says that the event has grown to become a unique communication and networking platform, bringing together regions and cities from all over Europe, including politicians, administrators, experts and academics.
Over the last 19 years, it has done much to promote policy learning and the exchange of good practice.
In 2021, the second digital edition, reached a record number of almost 18,000 registered participants and 300 sessions over a week, involving more than 590 partners.
The 20th edition will provide the opportunity to debate, keeping communities connected, exchanging best practices and ideas between partners and participants on four themes: Green transition, Territorial Cohesion, Digital transition, Youth empowerment.
The 20th edition of EURegionsWeek is under the motto “New Challenges for Europe’s cohesion”.
This year’s hybrid programme (online and with physical presence) includes a virtual exhibition and sessions online and onsite dedicated to Green transition, Territorial Cohesion, Digital transition and Youth empowerment.
Over 1,000 speakers will take the floor from all over the EU and beyond during 386 hours of interactive conferences spread over 4 days, and more than 80 video clips will show stories and testimonials about concrete projects.
Source: Cyprus News Agency