At Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE we believe that cooperation is central to make regions and cities more attractive. But what kind of cooperation exactly? In which areas do we need to take transnational cooperation forward to have a positive impact on central Europe in the 2020s? In this participatory session, we will collect and discuss initial ideas from policy makers, experts and practitioners.
Researchers from the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw) will present first results of their current study on territorial challenges, needs and potentials of transnational cooperation in central Europe. Starting from there, practitioners and policy makers will be able to share their views and ideas on the future orientation of the programme.
Roman Römisch (wiiw), Monika Vana (MEP)
The Future of the EU and the roles of the Regions and Cities
INTERREG Central Europe
Building SQUARE - Brussels Convention Centre, Room Hall 400.
Address: Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels