5 reasons to attend the INTERREG IVC event on policy learning

Posted on 3rd April 2014 | Category: Programme

The INTERREG IVC programme invites you to the Thematic Capitalisation Event 'Policy sharing, policy learning', which will be held on 22 May 2014 in Brussels. Below you will find 5 reasons to attend the event.


1. Build the event that suits your needs

During the event you will able to attend 3 workshops out of 12 that cover a variety of topics: innovation, sustainable energy, transport, rural development, demographic change, creativity. You will design the programme depending on your interest.

2. Find out about policy developments and trends

12 teams of experts have analysed hundreds of good practices all around Europe and presented results in thematic reports. This practical event is an excellent opportunity to meet the experts in person and to hear about the latest policy trends directly from the source. Do not miss this opportunity to consult with experts on your topic of choice.

3. Learn from others

What better way to overcome challenges your region is facing than by seeing exactly how others have overcome the same hurdle? INTERREG IVC has collected more than 800 good practices available on the good practice database. This event will give the floor to the good practice owners who will share their experience.

4. Make contacts

It is the place to meet hundreds of like-minded people to share ideas and to make contacts with potential prospects. This event will provide a space for networking that will serve as a good starting point for building future relationships or even project opportunities.

5. Get inspired

12 thematic workshops moderated by the experts in the field with the presence of practitioners will stimulate new ideas and give you inspiration for your daily work. No matter if you are a policymaker or a practitioner, will help to look with the fresh perspective to the things you do.

Benefit and register to the event now.

Other event related news you will find on the event website.

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