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On 30th May 2017 the informal Baltic Sea Group (iBSG) will host a seminar on the future of Cohesion Policy and its implementation in the Baltic Sea Area.
This is a great year for discussing EU policy. The European Commission is busy working on new proposals for the period 2021-2027, while Brussels is teeming with debate on the new policy, in everything from rural and urban development to financial instruments to cohesion. Cohesion policy is an indispensable tool for regional development - what should it look like in the future?
The informal Baltic Sea Group – a group of 50 Brussels based regional offices from the Baltic Sea Area – invites you to Rural and Urban Cohesion. Cohesion Policy matters - a seminar where you can engage with the European Parliament, the European Commission, regions and cities. We discuss what works (and what needs to change!) in Cohesion policy. Learn what makes successful projects around the Baltic Sea tick.
So, please join us for an afternoon filled to the brim with fresh ideas, thought-provoking debates and discussions with colleagues new and old on the future of Cohesion policy. See you in Brussels!
Registration is open until 26 May 2017.
To register yourself, please see the link.
Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.