The European Union is a mix of cultures and economies that will reach its full potential through mutual understanding and close cooperation. That is why the European Union supports cooperation in many ways. One of them is Interreg, an initiative specifically dedicated to helping European regions work together to find solutions to common economic, environmental, social and cultural challenges. There are more than 100 Interreg programmes managing thousands of cooperation projects throughout Europe who are dealing with these issues.
The Interact programme’s specific mission is to support these programmes in their daily work. So to help them successfully navigate the Interreg world, we provide advice, organise learning events and develop a wide range of tools on:
- How to manage a European cooperation programme or project and comply with EU rules on finance and controls.
- How to communicate funding opportunities, as well as programme and project results.
- How to use new cooperation tools.