This meeting, jointly organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the Committee of the Regions (CoR) will aim to demonstrate the mobilisation of actors like the civil society, cities and regions for COP 21 and their concrete action on climate as well as promote strong messages contributing to the shaping of the global climate agreement.
The Interreg MED Programme is pleased to inform you that the first call for modular projects of the programming period 2014-2020 is now open to programme priority axes 1, 2 and 3 and to the following types of projects:Studying (M1), Testing (M2), Capitalising (M3), Studying and testing (M1+2) and Testing and capitalising (M2+3). For more informatin please visit: http://interreg-med.eu/en/opening-of-the-1st-call-for-modular-project-proposals
The course is designed for local and regional authorities but is open to all those interested in the EU, its regions and cities.
Over the period of eight weeks about 50 politicians, experts and academics will discuss topics of interest to local and regional authorities such as EU cohesion policy, smart specialisation, migration and access to EU programmes - among others.
The course involves videos, factsheets and live debates to be web-streamed from the Committee of the Regions, plus a social forum for exchange and feedback. Those who finish 80% of the course can receive a Statement of Participation.