For two years, a team of thematic experts have been analysing, benchmarking, and capitalising on the wealth of knowledge generated by INTERREG IVC projects working on similar regional development issues. 12 policy themes, ranging from innovation to the environment, have been covered and are available online now!
INTERREG IVC project CHARTS calls for speakers for their final conference on 10-13 September, 2014, in Volos, Greece. The conference focuses on 'Engaging Culture and Heritage for Sustainable Tourism Development'. Interested speakers can submit an abstract of their presentation on any of the 12 good practice topics, ranging from climate change or place marketing to local products and gastronomy or cycling for tourists. Deadline for submission of the abstracts is 30 May, 2014. More information and an abstract form are available on the project website.
INTERREG IVC and a group of its project lead partners met on 15 - 16 April, 2014, in Lille, France, to discuss the current procedures linked to the project application, implementation and closure. Ideas and comments of the participants will help the programme shape the future INTERREG EUROPE project support.
Focus on Social Entrepreneurship
Inspiration for social entrepreneurs
“Europe is undergoing a deep unemployment and social crisis at present, but social economy and social enterprise represent an important source of inspiration and energy for a recovery.”*
INTERREG IVC projects contribute with their good practices, which may help policymakers assist their social economy to thrive.
Through this priority, regional and local authorities can improve their policies, methods and capacities in the field of Innovation and the Knowledge Economy.Read more
This priority helps regions across Europe develop environmental policies, and adjusting their regional policies in a more environmentally-friendly way.Read more