In order to support the local authorities in Östergötland and to make the most of the opportunities in the European Union, the East Sweden EU Office was established in Brussels in 1996. The office is today a part of the East Sweden Regional Development Council which consists of the region’s thirteen municipalities and the Östergötland County Council.
 
The main purpose of the East Sweden EU Office is to be the link between the region and Brussels and a node passing on information of particular interest to its regional partners.

The office supports the clients in EU-related issues and provides early warnings on upcoming EU policy developments and funding. The office also works with awareness rising - arranging lectures and study visits.

It is also offering advice about projects and encouraging more international contacts. As a part of the support concerning projects, the staff also helps the region in finding possible project partners. 

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As part of this network, the office organise joint events with other European regions to highlight the regions’ common interests in specific issues.

Furthermore, it establishes contacts and creates networks between organisations and individuals both in Brussels and in East Sweden. Finally, the office also helps to market East Sweden as an attractive partner for cooperation.

East Sweden EU Office has valuable experience in facilitating links and partnerships with other regions across Europe and it also has experience in creating networks between organisations, companies, individuals in Brussels and the East Sweden region.

Latest Updates

  • By Anonymous

No cost online platform to match regional workload shifts under Corona

Region Östergötland has initiated a new web service  www.matchajobben.nu  to mediate contact between companies with different needs, so that they can support each other through the crisis.

  • By Hilary Webb

Call for Regions: Consumer Involvement in Agrifood Innovation

The S3 Partnership/ ERIAFF working group is hosting an event open to ERRIN members and the wider community of regional representitives in Brussels. The event welcomes anyone for whom the transformation of food systems, sustainabilty and food production is part of their regional agenda.