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European Week of Regions and Cities

Good management of EU cohesion policy for a strong EU democracy

Local projects financed by EU cohesion policy are the most visible aspect of the EU to Europeans. However, complex implementation can have a negative impact on public perception of the EU. This workshop aims to explore measures that local and regional authorities can take to enhance effective management of EU funds. Contributing to the debate on the future of cohesion policy, the workshop is a vital link between policy and academia and fosters the partnership approach across the EU.

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  • Territorial | Local and regional | EU/ European | Governance and Public administration | Cohesion | Investment and Finances | Research and Innovation
  • Code: Side241003


Ann-Kerstin Myleus

  • Deputy Head of Unit, Administrative Capacity Building and Solidarity Instruments (E1), European Commission, DG REGIO

Zerbinati Cristina

  • Municipal Councillor, Member of BELC Network, Researcher, Municipality of Fiesso Umbertiano, University of Padua


Fabian Gal

  • Representative, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Region

Practical information

Regions strengthening European Democracy