European Week of Regions and Cities
7-10 OCTOBER 2019 Brussels


Become a partner for the next #EURegionsweek

May we remind you the deadline of 29 March 2019 to apply online for becoming a partner of the European Week of Regions and Cities 2019. Applications must be submitted by Friday March 29 2019 . The application form to be used is available on the 'Become a partner'-section of the event website : .

2019 EURegionsWeek Master Class: application procedure has just been launched

As part of the 17th European Week of Regions and Cities, the Master Class on EU Cohesion Policy, targeting PhD students and early-career researchers, will be held for the seventh time. The Master Class is organised and led by the European Commission (DG for Regional and Urban Policy – DG REGIO), the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) and the Regional Studies Association European Foundation ( ...

Still looking for partners to form a Regional Partnership?

Some regions and cities have already expressed their needs to find or join a partnership. Have a look at our final overview of regions and cities looking for partners and get in touch. Application to become a partner of the European Week of Regions and Cities 2019 is open until 29 th March.

Partner search for Regional Partnerships open until February 18

Are you interested in becoming a member of a Regional Partnership at the EURegionsWeek 2019 but have not yet found your partner regions or cities? Or are you looking for a region or a city to complete your partnership? Fill in the online Partner Search Form no later than February 18 and let others know which thematic cluster(s) you are interested in. An overview will be published on the ...

Partner up for the EURegionsWeek 2019: Regions and Cities, pillars of EU's future

Preparations for the 17th European Week of Regions and Cities were officially launched today with a kick-off meeting at which more than 150 partners participated. In order to offer a platform for regions and cities to present their achievements and their specific expectations to the European Parliament (which will be newly elected this year), as well as the incoming newly constituted European ...

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Stay connected and have your say on the European Week of Regions & Cities

With our season’s greetings comes the opportunity for you to shape the next edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities from 7 to 10 October 2019. Via the link below, could you confirm that you want to keep receiving information related to the European Week of Regions and Cities and future editions of the event? You can also select your top 3 themes for next year. It will take you only 30 ...

Do you want to shape the EU Week of Regions and Cities 2019?

This is your last chance, fill in the survey that corresponds to you and share with us your impressions of this year's edition! Deadline to answer is extended to 31 October. Participants survey Partners surve y Speakers survey Exhibition survey Journalists survey Master class survey

'Re-Cereal': Boosting Local Innovation and Economy on a Cross-border Scale

Re-Cereal is one of the finalist projects nominated for this year’s edition of the RegioStar Award. The Interreg project between partners from two Italian and one Austrian region shows that overcoming border barriers and cooperating can help regions of the EU to be more competitive. The project: back to the roots "Creating new opportunities whilst revitalizing cultural heritage" is how the main ...

Cities and Regions: the Promise of Europe - #EURegionsWeek closing

The #EURegionsWeek 2018 was officially closed on Thursday afternoon with Corina Crețu, Commissioner for regional policy, Karl-Heinz Lambertz, President of the European Committee of the Regions, and guest speaker Anthony Gardner, former U.S. Ambassador to the European Union. Anthony Gardner, Former US Ambassador to the EU, delivered his keynote speech “Cities and Regions: the Promise of Europe'. ...