20.10.2021, Porto and online
Interreg Atlantic Area annual event "Together for green and blue Atlantic regions"
We invite you to join our event in Porto! Check here the provisional agenda.
The Interreg Atlantic Area annual event will take place next 20th of October 2021, with registration starting at 9h30 (Porto time).
The Management Authority and the Irish Presidency of the Programme in 2021 are pleased to invite you to be part of this event, this year with the motto "Together for green and blue Atlantic regions". This event is a great opportunity to gather our Atlantic partners and all those interested in the opportunities and funding provided by the Programme.
The Interreg Atlantic Area is at an important implementation phase with our projects achieving very positive results that are contributing to greener and more blue Atlantic regions. Recently, we launched the third call for extension and capitalization of projects and, at the same time, we are preparing the next Atlantic Area programming period 2021-2027, thus looking at the future of our regions from a blue economy perspective. All these topics will be addressed at our annual event!
We would be very pleased to receive you in Porto but you can also follow the event online. Register here until the next 18th of October.
The event will have SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
Venue of the event:
Comissão de Coordenação e Desenvolvimento Regional do Norte - CCDR-Norte
Rua Rainha Dona Estefania, 251, Porto
For more information please contact: email@example.com
Published on: 2021-10-08
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