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European Week of Regions and Cities

Mapping Solidarity: Progressive visions for the CAP and cohesion

According to the 9th Cohesion Report, challenges such as geopolitical tensions, the climate crisis, economic competition, demographic decline and technological transformation have the biggest impact on Europe's most vulnerable regions and their inhabitants. This workshop will explore progressive reform proposals that call for solidarity in action in the European internal market, focusing on the role of the future common agricultural policy and cohesion policy.

  • Territorial | Urban | Rural | Local and regional | EU/ European | Climate and environment | Sustainable | Cohesion | Demographics (depopulation and ageing) | Social inclusion and Equality | Digital and ICT | Jobs and Employment
  • Code: 08PW241835
  • Jacques Delors building, JDE 63


Vincent Mazzone

Christophe Rouillon

  • President of the PES Group, European Committee of the Regions

Guillermo Peláez Álvarez

  • Regional Minister for Finance and European Funds, Government of the Principality of Asturias

Arianna Censi

  • Deputy Mayor in charge of mobility, Milan City council

Matthias Wunderling-Weilbier

  • State Secretary for Federal and European Affairs and Regional Development, Ministry for Federal and European Affairs and Regional Development of the State of Lower Saxony

Vasco Alves Cordeiro

  • President, European Committee of the Regions


Angelo Di Mambro

  • Editor for EU agriculture and food policies, Euractiv

Practical information

Tue 08/10/2024, 09:30 - 11:00 CET
Jacques Delors building, JDE 63
CoR Political WorkShop
Smart and sustainable growth for regions
English, French, German