Three Atlantic Area projects applied for Regiostars 2020
This prestigious award, given by the European Commission, aims at featuring the best EU-funded cooperation projets
This year REGIOSTARS 2020 celebrate another edition, this time with 5 categories, one of which aims to mark the 30 years of Interreg. This prestigious award, given by the European Commission, aims at featuring the best EU-funded cooperation projets.
Three Atlantic Area projects applied for Regiostars 2020:
Category: Circular Economy for a Green Europe - INTEGRATE, Integrate Aquaculture: an eco-innovative solution to foster sustainability in the Atlantic Area
Category: Citizens engagement for cohesive European Cities - CLEANATLANTIC, Tackling marine litter in the Atlantic Area
Category: Youth empowerment for cooperation across borders - 30 years of Interreg – AYCH, Atlantic Youth Creative Hubs
An independent jury of high-level academics will assess the submitted project applications. The public will also decide on its own winner through a public online vote system.
The winners will be revealed during the Regiostars Award Ceremony, which is to take place in Brussels on the EU Regions Week (12-15 October 2020).
Published on: 2020-05-19
Be part of this annual event dedicated to cohesion policy by showcasing the Interreg best practices
This annual competition awards the best EU Cohesion policy projects. Interreg Atlantic Area projects are invited to apply until 9 May 2020
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